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Reginald R. Goeke

Reginald R. Goeke

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Secrets of a Successful Trial Strategy

Securities Investigations: Internal, Civil and Criminal

Securities Investigations: Internal, Civil and Criminal

Current Issues in Internal Corporate Investigations


Reginald Goeke is the co-leader of Mayer Brown’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice in the Washington DC office, and is the co-leader of the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice. He is a skilled trial lawyer who represents national and multinational corporations in a variety of industries, with an emphasis on the financial services industry. He has tried cases to judgment in jury trials, bench trials and arbitrations. He also represents clients before federal regulatory agencies, including the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the US Department of Justice, HUD, the CFPB, the US Department of Labor, and the International Trade Commission.

Reginald is experienced in representing clients in a range of commercial litigations, including complex contract disputes, trade secret and other intellectual property matters, false claims act actions, joint-venture and post-acquisition disputes, real estate disputes, securities and shareholder derivative actions, ERISA class actions, and antitrust claims. In addition, he has represented Boards of Directors and Special Committees in numerous internal corporate investigations, including investigations into accounting misstatements, securities law violations, and corporate malfeasance claims. He often represents clients at the intersection of complex regulatory and litigation issues, including securities law violations, fiduciary obligations, and model risk, conduct risk and sales practice risk issues.

Reginald brings a sophisticated understanding of a clients’ business goals, having previously served as a management consultant to corporate Boards of Directors, and as a strategy director for a global satellite communications company.
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