Jon Weingart focuses his practice on representing clients in government and internal corporate investigations, with a particular emphasis on matters involving the FCPA, anti-corruption compliance and risk assessment. He has wide-ranging experience managing and supporting teams representing major multinational corporations in cross-border internal investigations, as well as civil and criminal investigations and other enforcement matters before the DOJ, SEC and international regulators. His recent matters also include serving as a member of a DOJ-appointed independent compliance monitorship team.

Mr. Weingart also works with clients across industries and geographies to analyze and improve their compliance programs and to identify enhancements needed to mitigate risk, including initiatives to strengthen anti-corruption policies and procedures, ensure effective internal controls, and develop anti-corruption compliance training.

Prior to joining WilmerHale, Mr. Weingart was an associate at a multinational firm headquartered in New York City where, among other matters, he represented an international automotive parts company in follow-on antitrust class actions, represented a European financial institution in multi-year investigations conducted by the DOJ, OFAC and other regulatory bodies regarding compliance with US economic sanctions, and represented several pro bono clients in criminal appeals to the Fourth Circuit.


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  • Education

    • JD, The George Washington University Law School, 2015

      with honors The George Washington Law Review
    • BA, Public Policy Studies, Duke University, 2011

  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia

    • New York

    • US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

    • US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan



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