Christopher Cain

Associate, New York



Christopher Cain is an associate in the Firm's Global White Collar Practice Group. Chris has experience advising clients in connection with internal investigations and other matters involving violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organizations Act, Securities Exchange Act, and Commodity Exchange Act.  Chris also has experience in conducting compliance risk assessments and developing group-level compliance policies across a range of areas.

He represents multinational corporations, financial institutions and government entities in various sectors. Chris advises corporates and individuals on investigations and prosecutions by the United States Department of Justice, Securities Exchange Commission, and Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

He was also a law clerk to Magistrate Judge Gabriel Gorenstein of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
US District Court for the Southern District of New York
US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Cornell Law School
Dartmouth College


Representative matters include:

Representing a multi-national company based in Brazil in connection with a DOJ investigation into possible violations of the FCPA.

Defending an individual charged with conspiracy to commit securities fraud in connection with his role with a revenue cycle management company.

Representing a multi-national company in connection with an industry-wide DOJ investigation into possible improper marketing practices.

Conducting an internal investigation on behalf of a company to assess whistleblower allegations of purported violations committed by the company's employees.

Advising foreign company charged with violating export control laws, including sanctions with Iran.*

Representing private equity fund adviser in connection with S.E.C. investigation of suspected compliance violations.*

Representing bank executive in connection with internal investigation into possible violations of the FCPA.*

Defending international banks in civil class actions alleging violations of antitrust laws and the CEA.*


* Prior to joining White & Case