Steve Nickelsburg represents clients in cases involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA), the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), economic sanctions, antitrust and unfair competition, and general commercial disputes. He has appeared before a variety of federal and state agencies and in federal and state courts across the country.
Steve also advises multinational companies in connection with transactional risks and in designing and implementing their compliance programs.
Steve is a member of our global Business and Human Rights Risk team.
Global Intellectual Property Newsletter – 22nd Edition – IP Topics in Consumer Goods and other IP Topics
6 June 2019
U.S. Supreme Court: Antitrust 'Direct Purchaser' Rule Survives, But So Do Monopolization Claims Against Apple
17 May 2019
First Lawsuits Filed Under the Helms-Burton Act for Trafficking in Seized Cuban Assets
15 May 2019
District Court Decision Highlights Risks of Cooperating Too Closely with Government Investigations
10 May 2019
US DOJ Publishes Updated 'Guidance Document' on 'Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs'
6 May 2019
Career and qualifications
- Judicial Clerk, The Honorable Anthony M. Kennedy, Supreme Court of the United States (OT99)
- Judicial Clerk, The Honorable J. Harvie Wilkinson III, Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
- Duke University (BS, Engineering, magna cum laude) 1989
- Northeastern University (MS, Engineering) 1993
- University of Virginia School of Law (JD, Law Review, Order of the Coif) 1998
- Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in Virginia 2001
- Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in the District of Columbia 2002
- Joined Clifford Chance as a Partner 2007