Evelyn Fanneron | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Evelyn Fanneron
Evelyn Fanneron

Evelyn Fanneron

Associate, New York

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Overview

Evelyn Fanneron is an Associate in Commercial Litigation, where she has represented a variety of clients in diverse industries, including international banks, sovereign states, transnational corporations, hedge funds, and small, medium, and large businesses. Evelyn has engaged in litigation in federal, New York, and Delaware courts as well as arbitrations addressing business disputes. Her experience encompasses corporate governance issues, disputes arising out of mergers and acquisitions, the foreign sovereign immunities act, employment and whistleblower disputes, consumer protection claims, and creditors' bankruptcy claims.

Evelyn also has experience in white collar and anti-corruption/anti-money laundering work, having participated in federal criminal white collar investigations and litigations, assisted in FCPA investigations, and helped develop a compliance program for a foreign, partially state-owned company.

Additionally, Evelyn has achieved successful results in various pro bono matters, including litigating and settling divorce and family law cases as the White & Case extern at Her Justice, obtaining an asylum award for an Iranian client, and working with Legal Aid Society to obtain a settlement on behalf of disabled homeless New Yorkers in Butler v. City of New York.

Bars and Courts

  • New Jersey State Bar
  • US District Court of New Jersey
  • New York State Bar
  • US District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Education

  • JD, Boston College Law School
  • BA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Experience

Publications

  • Evelyn Fanneron, Eunice N. Sahle, & Kari Dahlgren, "Transitional Justice, Gender-Based Violence, and Women’s Rights," in Human Rights in Africa: Contemporary Debates and Struggles 89-144 (Eunice N. Sahle ed., 2019).