Courtney Hague Andrews

Partner, Los Angeles

Biography

Overview

Courtney Hague Andrews is a partner in the Firm’s Global White Collar Practice. She focuses her practice on white collar and 
compliance matters.

Courtney's white collar experience includes conducting internal investigations and representing and advising multinational companies in civil and criminal matters, including in the context of enforcement actions undertaken by the US Department of Justice, the US Securities and Exchange Commission, and other US and foreign enforcement authorities. She has substantial experience in matters involving the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"), including conducting investigations, negotiating resolutions, and complying with post-settlement disclosure and reporting obligations. She also has experience in providing strategic advice regarding third-party relationships, proactive transaction monitoring, creating and assessing compliance and training programs, conducting risk assessments and compliance audits, and conducting and evaluating anti-corruption due diligence in the context of mergers and acquisitions.

Prior to joining White & Case, Courtney was a Fellow at the International Human Rights Clinic at The George Washington University Law School. She then worked for a stint as a foreign associate with a major firm in Ecuador.

Courtney spent more than six years in the Firm’s Washington, DC, office before transferring to Los Angeles.
 

Bars and Courts
California State Bar
Education
JD
The George Washington University
BA
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Languages
English
Spanish

Experience

Representation of a multinational technology company and its Hungarian subsidiary in connection with an FCPA settlement with the US Department of Justice and the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

Conducting internal investigations regarding transactions in various countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan and China, some of which were under active review by the US Department of Justice and/or the US Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as by one or more non-US enforcement authorities.¨    

Representation of a multinational company in connection with investigations into potential trade sanctions violations by its Russian subsidiary.

Representation of a multinational company in connection with an investigation by the European Anti-Fraud Office.

Representation of a multinational company in connection with a review by the French Anti-corruption Agency.

Representation of a multinational company in connection with its reporting obligations to US authorities.

Representation of a multinational hardware distributor in connection with potential FCPA violations involving a subsidiary in Latin America.

Representation of a bank in connection with investigations into possible violations of federal and state antitrust and fraud laws as well as of the Commodity Exchange Act.

Representation of a multinational company in connection with potential FCPA violations in Russia and Germany.

Advising the Board of Directors of a private equity fund in an internal investigation involving possible FCPA violations by the Latin American subsidiary of a US portfolio company.
 

Speaking Engagements

"Las Acciones de Clase en Materia de Derechos Humanos en los Estados Unidos", 2010: Acciones de Grupo y Clase en Casos de Vulneraciones a los Derechos Humanos, sponsored by the Defensoría del Pueblo de Colombia and the Grupo de Investigación en Derechos Humanos de la Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia

Publications

Co-Author, "Las Acciones de Clase en Materia de Derechos Humanos en los Estados Unidos," in Acciones de Grupo y Clase en Casos de Vulneraciones a los Derechos Humanos, Universidad del Rosario, 2010 

Co-Author, Survey of Latin American Arbitral Institutions, 2011