Sarah Crowder is a dual-qualified New York attorney and English Solicitor who helps clients navigate complex cross-border investigations and enforcement proceedings relating to allegations of corruption, export control and economic sanctions violations, fraud, and money laundering. Ms. Crowder has substantial experience advising clients on issues arising under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act, and she has handled numerous white collar matters before major international enforcement authorities. Ms. Crowder also assists clients in suspension and debarment matters before the World Bank and other international financial institutions.
Ms. Crowder has significant experience managing complex e-Discovery projects in connection with internal and government-facing investigations. She routinely advises clients on the preservation, collection, and review of large data sets, and she works with members of the firm's Data Privacy practice group to advise clients on data privacy issues arising from cross-border document reviews. In addition, Ms. Crowder is bilingual and she frequently conducts witness interviews and document review in French as well as English.
In addition to supporting investigations and enforcement matters, Ms. Crowder helps clients develop compliance programs, conduct anti-corruption risk assessments and transactional due diligence, and deliver compliance training.