Bryan Parr is a partner in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. His practice focuses on white-collar defense and regulatory compliance matters around the world, with particular emphasis on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) and anticorruption.
Mr. Parr routinely represents clients in conjunction with investigations and defense, risk assessments and due diligence, independent compliance monitorships, and compliance programs, and has acted as the senior lawyer on matters around the world, with a focus in Brazil and Latin America. He has significant experience in matters involving life sciences, mining and extractive, and aerospace and defense industries.
Mr. Parr has defended a range of companies and individuals in Department of Justice, SEC, and CFTC investigations and enforcement actions. Mr. Parr has also represented clients in civil matters, both in federal courts and in commercial arbitrations.
Mr. Parr is proficient in Portuguese, French, and Spanish, and works professionally in all three languages on a regular basis.
Investigations and White Collar Defense
FCPA Risk Assessments, Diligence, and Counseling
Litigation and Arbitration
Paul Hastings Wins National Law Journal’s Washington, D.C. White Collar Litigation Department of the Year Award
May 29, 2020
Evolution not Revolution: DOJ and SEC Update The FCPA Resource Guide
July 08, 2020
Todos os olhos em mim: dicas práticas para compliance durante e após um período de crise
April 27, 2020
All Eyes on Me: Practical Tips for Anti-Corruption Compliance In and After a Time of Crisis
April 27, 2020
Delayed Consequences—Mexico Seeks Damages Long After FCPA Resolution
November 14, 2019
Latin America’s Headline: Anti-Corruption
December 05, 2016
Recognized as the National Law Journal’s Washington, D.C. White Collar Litigation Department of the Year
Paul Hastings' Investigations and White Collar Defense Practice was named Washington D.C.’s White Collar Litigation Department of the Year by The National Law Journal. The publication noted the firm’s challenging, high-profile representation of Gordon Sondland, U.S. Ambassador to the EU, in the impeachment proceedings against President Trump. The feature noted how the practice advanced their client’s interests in “a pivotal moment of the impeachment proceedings.” NLJ’s feature also noted the firm’s successful representation of an international bank in a settlement with the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) which included no admission of liability and a 98% reduction of OFAC’s penalty demand.
May 27, 2020