Mark Srere

Bryan Cave (Washington, DC)

MARK SRERE is the leader of the White Collar Defense & Investigations/Securities Enforcement and Litigation Client Service Group at Bryan Cave.  His practice concentrates in the criminal area and he provides counseling to corporate clients on compliance issues and internal investigations.  He also provides a full range of services to individual and corporate clients that are targets of criminal prosecution, from grand jury appearances to trials. Mr. Srere has extensive experience related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).  He provides a full range of counseling for clients in anti-corruption compliance areas, including drafting policies, implementing compliance programs, and addressing due diligence issues that arise from mergers and acquisitions, hiring of agents and joint ventures, as well as designing training programs in the anti-corruption and anti-money-laundering areas.  Mr. Srere also conducts internal investigations related to anti-corruption issues, counsels clients on disclosure issues and defends against government investigations. Mr. Srere has represented companies and individuals in SEC investigations related to reporting issues, securities fraud allegations, aiding and abetting issues, books and records violations, Sarbanes-Oxley violations, and Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Complaints.  His SEC-related matters include both criminal and civil actions. Mr. Srere's experience includes environmental and energy investigations, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and export/import investigations, Department of Transportation and NTSB proceedings, Nuclear Regulatory Commission investigations, Drug Enforcement Agency issues and major fraud investigations, including tax fraud. He has represented numerous companies in investigations conducted by the inspector general's offices of many government agencies, including the Department of Agriculture, the EPA and the Defense Investigative Service of the Department of Defense. He has dealt with issues of debarment from government contracting as well as those related to national security, including security clearances.