Léa Dartevelle Erhel’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, as well as white collar criminal defense and investigations. Léa represents corporations, financial institutions and individuals in a variety of commercial, securities, internal investigations, and bankruptcy-related matters. She has experience in matters involving government and internal investigations, securities fraud, insider trading, bribery under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, RICO actions, as well as enforcement actions brought by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
A French native speaker with a dual law degree, Léa has been involved in transnational litigations, including representing individual foreign litigants in New York Courts and participating in the transnational discovery aspects of litigation.
Léa also has experience representing individuals and companies in various internal investigations and enforcement actions brought by the Department of Justice and defending whistleblowers in Securities and Exchange Commission investigations.