Goldman Sachs enlisted a team of white-collar defense partners from five large firms as it came under scrutiny in a foreign bribery investigation that culminated Thursday with the bank agreeing to pay more than $2.9 billion as part of a record-setting global resolution.
Under the supervision of Goldman Sachs’ general counsel, Karen Seymour, lawyers from Sullivan & Cromwell, Paul Hastings and Kirkland & Ellis, along with Winston & Strawn and Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, handled various portions of the probe, which centered on the bank’s role in a Malaysian bribery scandal.
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