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Marta Cook advises a diverse range of clients on anti-corruption compliance issues. She has worked closely with clients to provide industry-tailored anti-corruption guidance, support risk assessments, and perform due diligence in the context of proposed investment transactions. Ms. Cook has particular experience in playing a lead role to help clients develop and enhance their global compliance programs across a range of regulatory compliance areas, including anti-corruption and trade controls.

Ms. Cook also advises clients on government and internal investigations in white collar matters.

Pro Bono

  • Represented putative class of African American and impoverished Detroit homeowners challenging property tax assessment and foreclosure practices under the Fair Housing Act and constitutional due process standards.

Previous Experience

  • Augusta County, Virginia, Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, Legal Intern (2013-2014)
  • Research Assistant, Center for American Progress (2009-2011)