Elizabeth (Liz) C. Lockwood
Global clients track regulatory changes to understand how new rules impact their businesses. Liz Lockwood advises clients on government investigations and related civil litigation, including issues involving Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations, bribery, domestic and international cartels, data breaches, and data privacy.
Liz committed four months to the firm's pro bono practice, and continues to assist clients in a broad range of matters, including representing death row prisoners in an Eighth Amendment challenge to prolonged detention in solitary confinement.
While in law school, Liz interned at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia and Human Rights First, and worked as a summer associate at Hogan Lovells. Liz also served as a Notes Editor for the Georgetown Journal of International Law. Prior to law school, Liz worked as a Special Projects Manager for the Chicago 2016 Olympic Bid Committee and as a Projects Manager for Ryan Specialty Group, LLC.
Represented major insurance company in multi-district litigation related to sophisticated cyber attack.
Represented major Brazilian utility company in internal investigation of corruption and cartel allegations.
Represented The Home Depot in supporting managing internal investigation of a US$50m payment card data breach.
International nonprofit in advising response to sensitive third-party subpoena.