Peggy Kubicz Hall focuses her practice on internal investigations and counseling—guiding clients through sensitive financial fraud, competition law and international law matters including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, anticorruption, due diligence, internal investigations, and antitrust and competition law issues.
She joined Greene Espel after 22 years at 3M Company as Assistant General Counsel, general counsel to 3M’s Display and Graphics Business, and Director of 3M’s North Asia legal operations.
In addition to bringing decades of practical experience to investigating potential misconduct and conducting due diligence, Peggy assists clients with the full range of issues associated with the creation and implementation of effective compliance programs including anticorruption compliance. She represents clients before the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission, develops and assesses the effectiveness of compliance policies and procedures, counsels on related remediation, SEC reporting obligations, board interactions, and trains executive management and corporate boards. In addition to anti-corruption matters, Peggy’s antitrust and competition law work includes pricing matters, monopolization issues, tender law violations, bid rigging, and market allocation matters. She investigates financial fraud issues including financial mismanagement, trade secrets misappropriation, counterfeiting, and employee theft.
Peggy brings substantial knowledge which reflects “real world” corporate experience to Greene Espel’s business litigation practice. She is skilled at designing remediation approaches that are appropriate, practical and implementable.
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