Cassidy Law provides practical, business-oriented solutions to challenging legal problems, helping clients navigate complex issues while growing smartly and ethically.

Business success is predicated on taking chances, but an experienced ethics and compliance attorney can help you mitigate risk by ensuring that you are complying with the law when interacting with governments. With extensive government compliance and corporate experience, Cassidy Law provides legal counsel to organizations operating in a global marketplace so they are better able to be profitable and reputable corporate citizens.

Cassidy Law guides clients proactively by executing risk assessments and mitigation strategies; reactively through internal investigations and crisis management; and, through the due diligence process for mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and other business arrangements.


As advisors to some of the best and brightest companies in the world, Cassidy Law has the expertise and resolve to help you solve issues before they become major problems. The firm has a track record of building successful, long-lasting relationships based on candor, empathy and integrity. When you work with Cassidy Law, you work with an attorney who not only understands the law, but speaks the language of business, helping you follow the law without slowing your day-to-day operations or placing undue burden on your employees.

Whether your business or its leaders and stakeholders are under investigation — or you simply want to get ahead of the curve by proactively addressing ethics and compliance strategies — Cassidy Law can help. Cassidy Law offers legal services that help companies increase value through compliance and help you avoid mistakes that can jeopardize your company’s future success.


Anti-Corruption Counseling

  • Anti-Corruption Compliance Programs
  • Anti-Corruption Audits & Assessments
  • Third-Party Due Diligence
  • Government Investigation and Enforcement Representation
  • Compliance with Conflict of Interest Laws and Regulations
  • The legal requirements for developing business and recruiting from the government

Federal Government Contracting

  • The U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulations
  • Government Procurement Processes
  • Compliantly developing business and interacting with government officials
  • Recruiting and hiring from the government
  • Identifying and managing subcontractors

Ethics and Compliance Programs

  • Advise boards, audit committees, and senior executives on identifying and managing legal risks
  • Executing a comprehensive legal risk assessment or prioritizing risks you have already identified
  • Developing an integrated c ethics and compliance program or improving an existing program
  • Create and deliver training and communications in the areas of anti-corruption, conflicts of interest, government contracting, False Claims Act, working with third parties, international trade compliance
  • Develop policies and procedures designed to mitigate risks of unethical or illegal conduct
  • Establish reviews and monitoring procedures to determine if your ethics and compliance program is effective

Know Your Business Partners: Trade Sanctions, Export Compliance, and Ethical Supply Chains

  • Developing and Implementing Compliance and Risk Management Programs
    Counsel on Prohibited Activities (e.g., Business with Syria or selling certain services or goods to Russia)
  • Government Investigation and Enforcement
  • Internal Investigations
  • Establishing a risk based third party due diligence program
  • Enhancing contracts to direct your business partners to engage in legal and ethical operations
  • Identifying and mitigating red flags that may indicate
  • Developing policies and procedures to mitigate the risks of trade or export violations as well as to comply with ethical supply chain mandates like anti-human trafficking laws.

Internal Investigations

  • Provide independent, objective insight into the scope of the problem
  • Develop and document an investigative plan
  • Craft and pose appropriate questions that elicit key information
  • Provide a straightforward assessment of the outcome of the investigation
  • Identify the laws at issue as a result of the conduct
  • Make practical recommendations on executing next steps
  • Interact with federal, state or local governments
  • Help clients manage the side effects of a government investigation (e.g., leadership crises, media attention, etc.)