Member Profile

Pamela J. Marple

Greenberg Traurig, LLP, 2101 L Street, NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20037 marplep@gtlaw.com

marplep@gtlaw.com

Washington DC

Phone: (202) 331-3174

Practice Areas

Antitrust

Complex Commercial Litigation

Compliance Counseling

Congressional Investigations

Government Investigations

Internal Investigations

Education

University of Virginia, B.A., 1986 University of Wisconsin School of Law, J.D. cum laude, 1991, Editor, Wisconsin Law Review

Pamela Marple

Professional Profile

For more than 25 years, Pam has focused on government investigations, corporate compliance matters and litigation. Pam has litigated cases and managed responses to government investigations before a broad range of courts and agencies, as a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, as senior investigative counsel for Congress, and as a litigation partner in private practice. Ms. Marple also counsels companies on compliance matters and serves currently as Compliance Monitor for a global medical device company.

Representative Matters

• Represented generic pharmaceutical executive and automobile manufacturing executive during separate U.S. government antitrust investigations. • Represented global bank in U.S. government tax investigation. • Represented Fortune 100 company in tax litigation seeking over $40 million in damages against the U.S. government. • Represented insurance company, insurance company executives as well as Fortune 100 company executive in separate FCPA investigations. • Represented CEO of Caryle Group entity in billion-dollar receiver action based on allegations arising from the RMBS liquidity crisis. • Represented software company and executives, non-profit organization, and education company and executives in separate Inspector General investigations.

Other Distinctions

Listed in “Super Lawyers” for Washington D.C. from 2016 to present.

Publications

• “Beware of Inspectors General – New Corporate Watchdogs,” Bloomberg BMA: Daily Report for Executives, October 2012. • “Section 1603 Aftermath: Were Renewable Energy Developers Shortchanged?” North American Windpower, October 2012. • Benchmark Women in Litigation Form, Presenter, September 2014. • “Insider Trading in Congress: Taking the Stock Act Seriously,” Los Angeles Daily Journal, February, 2012. • “Cash Grant Disputes: Strategies for dealing with the Treasury,” North American Clean Energy, November 2011.

Prior Experience

Government Experience Special Impeachment Counsel, U.S. House Judiciary Committee (2010) Chief Counsel, Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations (1998-1999) Deputy Chief Counsel, Senate Governmental Affairs Committee (1997-1998) Nominations Counsel, Senate Judiciary Committee (1996-1997) Honors Program Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice (1991-1996)