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Maxwell Carr-Howard is a member of Dentons' Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice specializing in White Collar and Government Investigations, including the Global Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations practice areas.
As a former assistant United States attorney, Max is experienced in conducting complex transnational investigations and defending cross-border enforcement actions involving anti-corruption, antitrust and money laundering regulatory schemes, as well as those involving US economic sanctions, embargoes and export controls.
Max has strong relationships with criminal and regulatory defense counsel around the world. These enable him to build strong teams deep in relevant experience for conducting effective internal investigations, developing straightforward compliance programs for multinational corporations and defending against civil and criminal enforcement actions.
As a result of his track record, Max has been asked to speak on cross-border investigations and compliance at various multinational gatherings, including the American Bar Association's inaugural International White Collar Crime Conference in London.
Max has conducted transnational internal investigations and he has successfully defended foreign individuals and entities charged and investigated by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and US economic sanctions. Max has also successfully defended domestically based federal criminal and civil charges of mail and wire fraud, securities law violations, breaches of the False Claims Act and violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. In addition, he regularly defends individuals and businesses investigated or charged by the US Department of Homeland Security, including its Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency and Homeland Security Investigations agency.
As a federal prosecutor, Max led Project Exile, a violent crime task force comprising federal and state enforcement agencies dedicated to pursuing violent criminals who illegally possessed explosive devices and controlled firearms. He coordinated the efforts of federal and state law enforcement authorities and successfully prosecuted hundreds of career violent felons during the course of this service. Before joining the DOJ, he served as staff attorney to US District Judge C. LeRoy Hansen for the District of New Mexico and co-chaired the district dourt's Legal and Policy Advisory Council.
Some specific examples of Max's prior experience include:
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