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Brian Wilmot is an associate in the Investigation and White Collar Defense practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Wilmot’s practice focuses on complex, multi-jurisdictional government investigations and enforcement activities. He also advises clients regarding their anti-corruption compliance programs and transaction-related due diligence activities. Mr. Wilmot assists clients from a wide-range of industries, including life sciences, manufacturing, technology, financial services, and telecommunications. Mr. Wilmot received his law degree from The University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Kip B. Randall is an Attorney at Husch Blackwell, an industry-focused, full-service law firm, with more than 700 attorneys in 18 offices across the United States. Kip focuses his practice on white collar defense, government investigations and complex commercial litigation. He has defended elected officials, executives and service members in various proceedings and investigations, including those initiated by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In his commercial litigation practice, Kip represents clients large and small across multiple industries on complex matters. A graduate of West Point and former U.S. Army Captain, he serves on the Junior Board of the Military Bowl Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization benefitting current and former U.S. service members.