Arlo Devlin-Brown represents individuals and companies in sensitive government investigations and enforcement actions, with particular expertise in securities fraud, anti-money laundering and corruption matters. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Devlin Brown served in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York as one of its leading securities fraud prosecutors and most recently as Chief of its Public Corruption Unit. In his role as Chief, Mr. Devlin-Brown supervised more than 20 prosecutors, criminal investigators and other professionals responsible for investigating and prosecuting a wide range of domestic and foreign corruption offenses and cases involving fraud against the government.
Prior to being promoted to Chief, Mr. Devlin-Brown served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District’s Securities and Commodities Fraud Unit. He investigated and prosecuted some of the most notable financial services-related cases in recent years—among them were cases involving insider trading, Bank Secrecy Act, anti-money laundering violations, investment adviser fraud, offering fraud, and accounting fraud.
Mr. Devlin-Brown also handled a wide range of other matters during his tenure in the Southern District, including significant cybercrime, money laundering and health care fraud matters. He spearheaded the Department of Justice’s principal enforcement action involving the internet gambling industry. During his tenure in the Southern District, Mr. Devlin-Brown tried twelve cases to verdict and briefed and/or argued fifteen appeals to the Second Circuit.