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Mark Finucane
Mark T. Finucane
Associate
Washington +1 202 662 5601 mfinucane@cov.com Download V-card

Mark Finucane’s practice focuses on representing institutions and individuals in white-collar matters and complex civil litigation. He specializes in internal investigations and civil and criminal government investigations relating to financial fraud, anti-corruption, and securities enforcement. Mr. Finucane has extensive experience representing clients in the financial services industry.

  • Representing a major financial institution in multi-agency investigation of foreign bribery relating to hiring practices.
  • Representing a special committee of the board of directors of a global non-profit organization in internal investigation of foreign bribery issues.
  • Representing a major financial institution in investigations into debt collection and foreclosure practices by state and federal regulators.
  • Representing two major financial institutions in criminal investigations related to alleged tax shelters.
  • Representing a major financial institution in U.S. Department of Justice investigation into the creation and underwriting of mortgage-backed securities.
  • Representing an energy production company in preliminary injunction litigation arising out of a consent solicitation.
  • Representing a private equity fund in litigation arising out of the fund’s successful acquisition of a company in a bidding war.
  • Representing an energy services company in insurance litigation over damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
  • Representing a major sports league in insurance dispute and underlying litigation. 

Pro Bono

  • Completed a full-time pro bono rotation at the Neighborhood Legal Services Program, representing low-income DC residents in family law matters.
  • Representing a political party under investigation by the Department of Justice.