“Companies Cannot Put Their Proverbial Heads in the Sand” — Paul Calli on the Trafigura Bribery Settlement

In March 2024, multinational commodities trader Trafigura Beheer BV entered into a settlement with the Department of Justice over the company's bribes to Brazilian officials with ties to state-owned oil company Petrobras. The company admitted the bribery and agreed to pay approximately $127 million. The...

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ESPN Quotes Paul Calli’s Analysis of Jacksonville Jaguars, FanDuel, DraftKings Case

ESPN quotes Paul Calli in its recent coverage of the ex-Jacksonville Jaguars finance manager who pled guilty in federal court to stealing $22 million from the NFL franchise. The manager was a high-volume and high-stakes daily fantasy sports gambler on FanDuel and DraftKings.  In...

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Paul Calli Quoted in Reporting on Sports Betting Company Entain’s Deferred Prosecution Agreement

Anti-Corruption Report's recent analysis of sports betting giant Entain's deferred prosecution agreement extensively quotes Paul Calli. Entain entered into a deferred prosecution agreement to resolve its exposure under the U.K.'s Bribery Act for alleged bribery arising in its Turkey business. In its analysis of the...

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Paul Calli Quoted by Anti-Corruption Report Regarding FCPA Enforcement Against PokerStars Owner

Anti-Corruption Report quoted Calli Law Managing Partner Paul Calli's analysis in its June 21, 2023 article on the SEC enforcement action against PokerStars owner Flutter Entertainment.  According to Mr. Calli, observers should ask whether FCPA enforcement is "merely a tried and true cash cow...

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The Washington Post and Politico Report on Calli Law’s First Amendment Defense of Journalists

Media outlets including The Washington Post and Politico have recently reported on on Calli Law's defense of investigative journalists and news organization Project Veritas. Washington Post quotes the firm's Managing Partner Paul Calli: "Project Veritas and its journalists never participated in or directed any crime....

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Condemning “Government Thuggery”: Paul Calli Quoted by Just The News

News website Just The News recently quoted Paul Calli in its article 'Intimidate, humiliate, and embarrass': Growing outcry against DOJ strong-arming of Biden critics (July 14, 2022). Just The News writes: The government is investigating whether Project Veritas stole a diary belonging to then-presidential candidate Joe Biden's...

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Paul Calli Quoted Regarding Credit Suisse Foreign Bribery Settlement

The Anti-Corruption Report quoted Calli Law Managing Partner Paul Calli in its recent analysis of Credit Suisse’s $547 million settlement arising from foreign bribery allegations. As Anti-Corruption Report summarizes: In the FCPA world, it can take quite a while for the other shoe to fall....

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“Fierce, hard-working” Paul Calli Ranked for Ninth Consecutive Year by Chambers USA

For the ninth consecutive year, Chambers USA Guide has ranked Paul Calli as one of the nation’s leading business lawyers in the area of white collar criminal defense and investigations. In its 2021 edition, Chambers USA describes Mr. Calli as “fierce, hard-working and a...

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Paul Calli Ranked in Chambers USA 2020 Guide to America’s Leading Business Lawyers for the Eighth Consecutive Year

For the eighth consecutive year, Paul Calli has been ranked in the 2020 edition of Chambers USA Guide as one of the country’s leading business lawyers in the area of white collar criminal defense and government investigations. Chambers USA highlights his "expertise representing clients in white...

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Chas Short Recognized as a 2019 Super Lawyers Rising Star in the Field of White Collar Criminal Defense

For the second straight year, Chas Short has been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star in the field of white collar criminal defense. Mr. Short is one of only seven honorees in the state of Florida. The Super Lawyers selection process includes both independent...

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