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Jean-Pierre Denour
Washington +1 202 662 5849 jdenour@cov.com Download V-card

Jean-Pierre Denour represents clients across a variety of complex international government enforcement and regulatory matters, with a focus on white collar criminal defense. Mr. Denour has experience representing multi-national corporations in multi-jurisdictional civil and criminal investigations. Mr. Denour also maintains an active litigation practice, primarily focusing on False Claims Act litigation.

Mr. Denour speaks Arabic, English, and French fluently, and has lived in France and the United Arab Emirates. During law school, he worked at the World Bank Group. Prior to entering law school, Mr. Denour worked in compliance in the United Arab Emirates.

  • Successfully represented a Fortune 50 company in a Foreign Corrupt Practice Act investigation led by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
  • Represents government contractor in investigations by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice.
  • Advised Middle Eastern country on anticorruption and transparency reform.
  • Represents a major healthcare company in pending False Claims Act litigation.
  • Represents major pharmaceutical company in multidistrict litigation involving a novel oral anticoagulant used to reduce the risk of stroke.
  • Represented government contractor in civil litigation in the Middle East.

Pro Bono

  • Successfully represented an African man seeking asylum in the United States based on LGBT violence suffered in his native country.
  • Successfully represented a permanent resident and father of two in immigration removal proceedings.