Ali Clark helps corporate and individual clients navigate a wide range of white collar enforcement actions and civil litigation matters.
She has notable experience conducting internal investigations, as well as advising clients in connection with criminal, civil, and regulatory government investigations. Ali has represented clients in matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), insider trading, bribery, securities fraud, and other regulatory violations.
Ali also has experience responding to subpoenas and civil investigative demands and managing the production of sensitive electronic discovery.
An important aspect of Ali’s practice is working with companies to evaluate and enhance anti-corruption compliance policies and procedures. Ali also regularly conducts anti-corruption training for clients spanning an array of industries and global regions.
Ali also focuses her practice on the shipping industry. Ali represents clients in a wide variety of domestic and international maritime, commercial, and insurance matters, including international and domestic commercial contract disputes; arbitrations under AAA, SMA and ICDR rules; charterparty disputes; bunker disputes; and recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitration awards and judgments.
While in law school, Ali served as a senior research editor for the Tulane Journal of International Comparative Law and a law clerk for the Tulane University Legal Assistance Program. During this time, she also studied Alternative Dispute Resolution in Berlin, Germany, and International Cultural Heritage Law in Siena, Italy. Ali is an alumni of the Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein Shipping & Marine Insurance Scholarship program.
Ali is passionate about providing pro bono representation within her community and is an active member of the New York Pro Bono Committee. She devotes time to Election Protection, a volunteer effort helping voters for all parties navigate the complex rules and regulations governing their right to vote. Ali has represented pro bono clients in a variety of other matters, including a federal human trafficking case.