Chris Greer is an associate in the Firm's Disputes and White Collar Practice Groups. He represents individual executives and companies in criminal, regulatory and civil matters.
Chris has considerable experience advising clients in connection with prosecutions and investigations by the United States Department of Justice, Securities Exchange Commission, and other government agencies.
Chris regularly advises scientists, scientific societies and non-profits on environmental issues. Before joining White & Case, Chris was an associate at a boutique white collar criminal defense firm. Prior to that, he was an associate in the litigation and real estate groups at another international law firm.
Trial counsel for Macau real estate developer charged with bribing ambassadors to U.N. in connection with plans to build a U.N. conference center in Macau.
Represented major international law firm in connection with USAO investigation into fatalities caused by defect in products manufactured by law firm's client.
Represented CEO of auto parts manufacturer in criminal price fixing investigation.
Represented registered representative in securities fraud enforcement action involving complex products.
Investigation of allegations of money laundering by crypto-currency company.
Investigation of allegations of sales of fraudulent / mismarked parts by aerospace and military parts distributor