James M. Griffin


  • Sunday, November 17, 2013
    While deciding to self-report criminal violations raises significant concerns for any company, and particularly for financial institutions with extensive regulatory oversight, seeking leniency may be the most prudent course when the company has substantial evidence of a criminal antitrust violation.
  • Tuesday, November 2, 2010
    Editor: Please tell our readers about your practice area. Sullivan: Jim and I focus primarily on cartels. We are part of a group that covers a full range of antitrust issues ranging from advising clients how to structure their business operations, to handling merger due diligence and antirust clearance, to undertaking internal investigations and...