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DOJ’s Updated Corporate Crime Policies: Practical Considerations in the Environmental Context


Ms. Simson has counseled global and national corporations and institutions, mid-sized or privately-held companies, partnerships, start-up entities, and individuals in both federal and state cases across the country.  The matters she has litigated concern a variety of issues, including contractual disputes (with specific expertise on those governed by New York or Delaware law), disputes arising out of M&A transactions, alleged fraud and/or breach of fiduciary duty claims, purported product defects, failure to warn allegations, false advertising and deceptive trade practices claims, business torts, bankruptcy, financial products, insurance coverage, purported toxic exposure claims (involving various forms of chemicals or dust as well as asbestos), various environmental statutes and regulations, and alleged False Claims Act violations.  Her experience also spans a wide range of industries, including the consumer products, pharmaceutical/medical device, financial services, energy, chemicals, technology, insurance, building materials, and fashion, beauty, and luxury goods sectors.


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