In this episode of MoForecast, Morrison & Foerster partner James Koukios speaks with fellow partners Carrie H. Cohen and Megan Gerking about what to expect from State Attorneys General Offices under the new Biden Administration.
The MoForecast podcast series, produced by global law firm Morrison & Foerster, looks into what we saw in the legal landscape under the Trump administration and how policies might change under President Biden by leveraging the firm’s decades of private practice experience and insight from former government roles. Discover more MoForecast episodes.
About the Speakers
James Koukios is co-chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White Collar Defense Group and serves as co-head of the FCPA + Global Anti-Corruption Practice. James represents companies and individuals in high‑stakes government enforcement actions and complex internal investigations. He previously served as a federal prosecutor at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), where he was the lead prosecutor in two landmark FCPA related trials: United States v. Esquenazi and United States v. Duperval. While at DOJ, James also served as lead prosecutor in United States v. AEY Inc., a defense procurement fraud and export licensing case that served as the basis for the 2016 film War Dogs. He also previously served as Special Counsel to then-FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III.
James is joined in this episode by:
- Carrie H. Cohen, partner in Morrison & Foerster’s New York office, former Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York
- Megan Gerking, partner in Morrison & Foerster’s Washington, D.C. office, former trial attorney in the DOJ’s Antitrust Division
The Morrison & Foerster team is made up of talented defense lawyers, including many who once served as prosecutors and regulators. The team helps firm clients resolve their legal issues by immersing themselves in how their clients think and operate. Learn more about the firm’s Investigations + White Collar Defense and Antitrust Law groups.