Thomas C Green has, for many years, managed Sidley’s federal and state investigation and white-collar defence practice group in Washington, DC. Mr Green is a nationally known and highly regarded trial lawyer who has tried countless complex criminal and civil cases.
Much of Mr Green’s practice is devoted to counselling corporate officials in connection with state and federal criminal investigations, conducting internal investigations of alleged corporate wrongdoing and advising on the implementation of compliance and anti-fraud programmes. In recent years, Mr Green has assisted the World Bank in the development of its anti-fraud and corruption unit and has conducted significant investigations for the bank regarding the integrity of its lending programmes. Mr Green has also conducted similar investigations for the Inter-American Development Bank.
Mr Green has represented members of Congress and other public officials in responding to some of the best-known and significant federal and congressional investigations of official misconduct. He represented former assistant attorney general Robert Mardian during the Watergate trial, as well as a prominent businessman and political figure in the prosecution of former Maryland governor Marvin Mandel.
Currently, Mr Green represents Richard Syron, former chairman and CEO of Freddie Mac in connection with a congressional inquiry, a SEC investigation and other litigation arising from the appointment of a conservator at Freddie Mac and the events leading up to the credit crisis.
Mr Green received his LLB from Yale Law School in 1965 and a BA from Dartmouth College in 1962. Admissions include: US Supreme Court; various US Courts of Appeals; various US District Courts; and the District of Columbia.
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