Dimitri Nionakis

Dimitri Nionakis is a partner in Howrey's Washington DC office. He focuses his practice on government and internal investigations, and white collar criminal defence, with an emphasis on antitrust, securities and other complex civil and criminal matters. These matters involve issues related to antitrust, securities fraud, accounting issues, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, health care fraud, telecommunications, and the Office of Foreign Assets Control.His clients are leading corporations and prominent individuals across a wide range of industries, including health care, energy and petrochemical, computer technology, financial services, distribution, government, telecommunications, food and beverage and utilities. Mr Nionakis has represented his clients in multifaceted matters before the US Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Labor, Congress, state and federal courts, as well as in the media. He is also experienced in working within the political environment, assisting clients on matters involving sensitive Congressional and other government investigations. From 1997 to 2001, Mr Nionakis served as associate counsel to President Clinton. In that post, he served as impeachment counsel in addition to working on other high-profile matters involving campaign finance, executive privilege, civil litigation, and government ethics. He counselled and represented the president and senior White House officials on a variety of congressional, independent counsel, and Department of Justice matters. Mr Nionakis devotes considerable time to a variety of community service and pro bono projects, including serving on the board of Hope House DC.

Content from this author

Get unlimited access to all Global Competition Review content