“Leverages experience gained from her former role as a federal prosecutor”

“Her expertise in internal and FCPA investigations has earned significant market recognition”

According to clients: “Definitely knows what she’s doing”

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2020

Catherine E. Palmer


Catherine E. Palmer retired from the partnership on March 31, 2020. She advised clients on white collar and antitrust matters.

Ms. Palmer represented multinational companies involved in criminal or regulatory investigations throughout the world, with an emphasis on global corruption/bribery investigations, global antitrust cartel investigations, and investigations related to US trade and economic sanction issues. As part of her practice, Ms. Palmer has interacted with regulators throughout the world on behalf of clients, including regulators in the US, EU, UK, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Australia. Formerly resident in Latham’s New York office, Ms. Palmer has drawn on a sophisticated understanding of the US regulatory landscape. She worked closely with the firm’s FCPA and White Collar team to leverage the firm’s global platform throughout Asia and other parts of the world.

  • Education
    • JD, Columbus School of Law, Catholic University Law School, 1980
      Research Editor, Law Review; summa cum laude
    • BA, Boston College, 1977
      summa cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa
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