Brigham represents corporate and individual clients in white collar and regulatory defense matters, including involving the FCPA, securities laws, and the False Claims Act. Brigham frequently represents his clients before the Department of Justice, the SEC, state Attorneys General, and other regulatory agencies. He also regularly leads internal investigations, advises companies on the effectiveness of their compliance programs, and assists companies who are facing investigations by enforcement agencies outside the United States.
Brigham joined the Firm after spending more than four years as a prosecutor with the Department of Justice in the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division. He joined the Department of Justice as a Trial Attorney through the Attorney General’s Honors Program and led investigations and prosecutions into a wide variety of white collar crimes, including bank, wire, mail, and securities fraud, money laundering, and the FCPA.
2018, Legal 500, Next Generation Lawyer (one of seven), Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense
2014, Global Investigations Review 40 Under 40
2013, Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service
2011, Assistant Attorney General’s Exceptional Service Award
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2011District of Columbia
- United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
- Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law SchoolJ.D.cum laude2005BYU Law Review, Lead Articles Editor
- Brigham Young UniversityB.A.