Established in 1977, Sullivan & Cromwell’s Washington, D.C., office offers clients our hallmark multi-disciplinary approach enhanced by an insider’s knowledge of the federal government.
Decades of Insight and Experience
Our litigators are experienced in government investigations, appellate practice, antitrust, labor law and complex commercial litigation. On the corporate side, we regularly advise on matters involving financial services, corporate finance, cybersecurity and international investment, trade and sanctions.
Many of our attorneys have held high-ranking government positions, including at the Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the White House and the Internal Revenue Service.
- Bank Hapoalim in tax investigations by the Department of Justice, Federal Reserve, and New York Department of Financial Services;
- BHP Group as it transferred its oil and gas portfolio to Woodside Energy, taking a major step to weight its portfolio more towards commodities with a decarbonization upside;
- BlockFi in resolving investigations by the SEC and 32 state regulators into its interest-bearing cryptocurrency product;
- The Clearing House, an association of 10 major large banking organizations, on numerous matters, including legislation, regulation and litigation;
- JPMorgan in achieving resolutions with the DOJ, the CFTC and the SEC involving investigations into alleged “spoofing” by traders in the precious metals and U.S. treasuries markets;
- S&C Critical Insights – U.S. Sanctions Considerations for Virtual Currency Industry
- S&C Lawyers Author Article on Biden Administration Approach to Climate-Related Financial Risk
- Alana Longmoore, Ann-Elizabeth Ostrager and Kamil Shields Author Article for Financier Worldwide
- S&C Critical Insights – Antitrust Issues in No-Poach Agreements and Employee Compensation
- Bloomberg Law: Supreme Court Taps Morgan Ratner to Argue Habeas Case
- Amanda Davidoff Talks to Law360 About New Role as Managing Partner of Washington, D.C., Office
- Renata Hesse Talks to Bloomberg on How Pandemic Changed Work for Lawyers
- Renata Hesse Interviewed on Media & Technology Trends
- National Homelessness Law Center Honors S&C for Pro Bono Work