Matthew Hall and
George Terwilliger are recognized again among the world’s top government investigations
lawyers in Who’s Who Legal: Investigations 2020.
The annual report is based on recommendations from clients and peers, along
with independent research conducted by Global Investigations Review and Who’s Who Legal. This
year’s honorees will be profiled in Who’s Who Legal: Investigations 2020, published in March.
Brackett and Terwilliger are members of McGuireWoods’ nationally recognized
Government Investigations & White Collar Litigation Department, which
ranks among the world’s premier practices in Global Investigations Review’s
GIR 100 guide.
Brackett of Richmond, Virginia, handles internal investigations for large
corporate clients and defends them in criminal and regulatory
investigations into alleged healthcare and financial fraud, environmental
crimes, bribery and violations of sanctions and export control laws.
Hall is a London-based lawyer who counsels multinational and domestic
clients on all aspects of EU and UK antitrust and competition law, both
contentious and non-contentious. He has held various leadership positions
with the American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section, including his
current position as a presenter on the Section’s “Our Curious Amalgam”
Terwilliger is one of Washington, D.C.’s most sought-after attorneys for
high-stakes corporate investigations and high-profile white-collar defense
cases. He spent 15 years in the U.S. Department of Justice, starting as a
law clerk and concluding his service as acting attorney general. He
recently led a McGuireWoods team that claimed victory for
former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock, ending the highly publicized federal case alleging misuse of campaign and
The Legal 500 United States, a premier list of the country’s best law firms, commended McGuireWoods
for the “exceptional quality” of its powerhouse white collar litigation
practice. In addition,
The American Lawyer
named the firm a Global Legal Awards finalist for litigation/dispute
resolution of the year.