King & Spalding Appoints Global Investigations Partner Olivia Radin in New York
King & Spalding, a leading American international corporate law firm, has announced the appointment of Olivia Radin as a partner on its Special Matters and Government Investigations team. She will be based in the firm's New York office.
Radin is an experienced attorney who brings a holistic approach to assisting global companies in addressing their legal challenges. She acts as a trusted strategic advisor, conducts internal and regulatory investigations, and advises on remediation and compliance enhancements. Additionally, she defends clients during enforcement actions and disputes.
Radin has experience in a wide range of industries, including technology, consumer goods, financial services, and transportation, and has handled matters involving allegations of fraud, bribery, workplace misconduct, accounting and securities fraud, market manipulation, mis-selling, and anti-money laundering violations.
She has a deep understanding of the regulatory landscape and has extensive experience defending clients before government agencies such as the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, state attorneys general, the New York State Department of Financial Services, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and other regulators.
Mark Jensen, leader of King & Spalding's Special Matters and Government Investigations team termed Radin a world-class lawyer, builder and leader who expands and deepens the firm's global investigations and disputes capabilities.
"She brings great entrepreneurial energy to our team and will be invaluable to companies in any sector facing enforcement and third-party scrutiny," Jensen said.
Radin is a highly experienced lawyer and leader, with a background that includes serving as managing partner of the New York office at Freshfields, being a member of its global board, earning her J.D. from Columbia Law School, and holding an undergraduate degree from Harvard University.
She also has experience working as a clerk on the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and as an investment banker at Morgan Stanley before attending law school.
"The impressive trajectory of King & Spalding, its government investigations team and its New York office, as well as its culture of collaboration and high performance, will help expand the ways I can serve clients with their investigations and disputes," Radin said.
Radin further added that she was eager to join forces with lawyers who share a holistic approach to assisting global clients with their complex disputes requiring an integrated regulatory, investigations, and litigation team.