Paul Hastings provides innovative legal solutions to many of the world’s top financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies in markets across Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the United States.
We offer a complete portfolio of services to support our clients’ complex, often mission-critical needs—from structuring first-of-their-kind transactions to resolving complicated disputes to providing the savvy legal counsel that keeps business moving forward.
Since the firm’s founding in 1951, Paul Hastings has grown steadily and strategically along with our clients and the markets we serve. We established successful practices in key U.S. and European cities, creating a broad network of professionals to support our clients’ ambitions. In addition, we were one of the first U.S. law firms to establish a presence in Asia, and today we continue to be a leader in the region. Over the past decade, we have significantly expanded our global network of lawyers to assist our clients in financial centers around the world, including the emerging markets of Latin America.
Paul, Weiss is a firm of more than 1,000 lawyers with diverse backgrounds, personalities, ideas and interests who provide innovative and effective solutions. We take great pride in representing our clients in their most critical legal matters and most significant transactions, as well as individuals and organizations in need of pro bono assistance.
Jennifer D. Riddle is of counsel in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Her practice focuses on compliance with and disputes relating to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) and other international anti-corruption laws.
Ms. Riddle conducts internal investigations on behalf of senior management, boards of directors, and audit committees with respect to the FCPA, international anti-corruption laws, fraud, and kickbacks. She has acted as the senior associate leading investigations in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.
Prior to joining Paul Hastings, Ms. Riddle advised clients on compliance with U.S. securities laws and regulations, conducted internal investigations relating to suspected infractions of U.S. securities laws, and coordinated all phases of discovery in complex litigation cases.
Matthew Driscoll is an associate in the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. His practice focuses on white collar matters, internal corporate investigations, and compliance counseling. He regularly represents clients in FCPA and corruption-related internal investigations, designing and implementing compliance programs, and transactional anti-corruption diligence. Matt received both his J.D. and his Master of Global Policy from the University of Texas at Austin.