Robert A. Zink has joined the Washington, D.C. office as partner. Most recently Zink was Chief of the Fraud Section in the Criminal Division and Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General responsible for supervising fraud and foreign bribery cases in the Criminal Division at Main Justice in Washington, D.C. Zink spent 11 years at Justice. His work resulted in the resolution of over 40 corporate criminal cases totaling over $17 billion in global fines, penalties, and payments. He spearheaded the Department’s efforts to prosecute commodities offenses, prescription opioid distribution offenses, healthcare fraud, and pandemic-related fraud. Zink speaks regularly on white collar matters at conferences around the world and has served as a guest lecturer at several law schools, including Harvard, Georgetown, and George Washington University.