Brice Jastrow

Brice represents individuals in domestic and cross-border criminal investigations involving allegations of bribery, fraud, and other financial misconduct, as well as small- to medium-sized businesses involved in ongoing or threatened civil litigation.

Clients value Brice’s quick thinking and attention to detail. By exhaustively researching and cataloging intricate fact patterns—including those related to complicated businesses and complex financial transactions—Brice effectively prepares individual clients for high-stakes interviews with federal prosecutors and in internal investigations.

In addition to criminal investigations, Brice works on civil regulatory actions, where his representations have included a C-suite executive of a multinational corporation in an SEC investigation. He also represents attorneys and law firms in legal ethics cases, including a large international law firm in a complicated financial investigation, in which he worked closely with forensic accountants to “follow the money” and create a detailed accounting report documenting the evidence for the client’s executive committee. In his other civil cases, Brice has drafted various motions, including a successful motion to dismiss in the Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court – New York County. Brice also has experience drafting other litigation-related material such as interview outlines, demand letters, and settlement agreements.

Prior to joining LSW, Brice served as a judicial law clerk at the federal trial level for the Honorable P. Kevin Castel in New York City.

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Representative Matters

  • Participated in pool counsel representation of multiple employees of international energy corporation in context of federal grand jury investigation; advised and prepared individual clients for internal investigation interviews and proffers to U.S. Department of Justice; coordinated with foreign counsel regarding parallel non-U.S. investigation.
  • Assisted in defense of attorney before Attorney Grievance Committee that resulted in overturning finding of misconduct.
  • Assisted in the preparation of multiple attorney proffers to Department of Justice in mail fraud case.
  • Assisted in settlement negotiations with plaintiff’s counsel over threatened litigation before a New York City administrative agency.
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New Criminal Rule 5(f) Could Alter Brady Disclosure Timing, Law360 (November 30, 2020) (co-author with John S. Siffert)

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