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Arlo Devlin-Brown represents individuals and companies in sensitive government investigations and enforcement actions, with particular expertise in money laundering, sanctions, securities fraud, insider trading and corruption matters. He has represented numerous global international financial institutions in high stakes investigations involving the DOJ, the New York Department of Financial Services, the Federal Reserve and other regulators. He has also represented companies in connection with both foreign and domestic corruption allegations.

Mr. Devlin-Brown also advises financial institutions and companies on compliance with the Controlled Substances Act, anti-money laundering statutes and other laws governing the cannabis sector.

In addition to his work on behalf of corporate clients, Mr. Devlin-Brown specializes in the representation of individuals – including public figures – in high profile and potentially life-altering criminal investigations, and regularly advises on the intertwined legal, business and public relations issues that must be successfully navigated.

  • Representation of leading Asian bank in connection with investigation by DOJ, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”), the New York Department of Financial Services and others regarding sanctions violations.
  • Representation of global financial institution in connection with DOJ and internal investigations of alleged money laundering, corruption and tax evasion issues.
  • Representation of global technology company in connection with sensitive internal public corruption investigation.
  • Representation of leading consumer products company in multi-year accounting fraud investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, resulting in a declination.
  • Representation of various Fortune 500 companies in internal and DOJ/SEC insider trading investigations, and advising on insider trading compliance issues.

Notable individual representations have included:

  • A former Am Law 100 partner in a money laundering trial involving a cryptocurrency;
  • A former U.S. Congressman in a high profile sexual misconduct prosecution;
  • A senior banker at global financial institution in connection with DOJ money laundering and corruption investigation;
  • A parent charged in the so-called “Varsity Blue” college admissions scandal; and
  • Inmates at the Metropolitan Correctional Center (“MCC”) in Manhattan in a class action against the federal jail relating to its failure to protect vulnerable inmates from Covid-19.

Previous Experience

  • United States Attorney’s Office, Chief, Public Corruption Unit; Assistant United States Attorney
  • Attorney General’s John Marshall Award
  • Director’s Award for Superior Performance
  • New York County Lawyers Association’s Public Service Award