Nicholas M. Berg
A creative and accomplished litigator, Nick Berg focuses his practice on anti-corruption investigations and other international risk issues, SEC enforcement matters, and complex litigation in state and federal courts around the country. Clients rely on Nick for his innovative, efficient, tireless advocacy and, as they tell The Legal 500, his “outstanding understanding of the complexities of investigations spanning multiple jurisdictions.”
Nick has substantial experience advising clients in a broad array of industries in connection with government and internal investigations involving the FCPA, the U.K. Bribery Act, export control and economic sanctions laws and regulations, and other international risk issues. He has also spent well more than a decade representing clients in federal securities fraud and consumer class actions, private equity disputes, and transaction-related litigation and arbitrations.
In addition, Nick routinely advises clients in connection with SEC and Special Committee investigations involving allegations of accounting errors and misstatements, insider trading, fraud, embezzlement, and bribery.
Beyond his commercial practice, Nick is deeply committed to pro bono work, having litigated the first civil rights case under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in East v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, et al.—an action that successfully addressed the disparate impact on people living with HIV from insurers’ anticipated rejection of federal Ryan White funds.