Shelita M. Stewart

Shelita M. Stewart

Washington, D.C.

Email [email protected]​

Phone +1 202 637 6960

Fax +1 202 637 5910

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Shelita Stewart focuses her practice on corporate compliance, investigations, and crisis management.

Shelita has extensive experience advising clients in building and implementing compliance programs, defending government enforcement actions, identifying and assessing legal and regulatory risks, and developing remediation and incident response plans. She has developed multiagency experience with the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, state attorneys general, and international enforcement agencies.

Shelita also advises on compliance matters for mergers and acquisitions, including deal terms, due diligence, and post-deal integration.    

Before joining Hogan Lovells, Shelita spent six years at Comcast Corporation developing the Company’s corporate compliance program.

Before her six years in house, Shelita was an investigations associate at Hogan Lovells.

Education and admissions


J.D., Columbia Law School, 2008

B.A., Yale University, 2004

Bar admissions and qualifications

District of Columbia

New York


Representative experience

Conduct compliance risk assessments for multi-national businesses, including evaluating effectiveness, identifying vulnerabilities, and recommending program enhancements.

Advised the world's leading data and analytics company on allegations of bribery and data privacy violations at its Chinese subsidiary.

Represented a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company in DOJ and SEC investigation of alleged bribe payments in Mexico.

Advised a leading global financial institution in DOJ and OFAC investigation of alleged U.S. sanctions violations.

Counsel global mergers, acquisitions, and investment teams in compliance due diligence, deal terms, and post-deal integration for transactions in the UK, Europe, and Asia.

Counseled leading home development retailer in containment, response, and remediation of one of largest payment card data breaches in U.S. history, affecting over 100 million customers. 

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