Inbal Paz Garrity


Inbal Garrity concentrates her practice in the areas of white collar criminal defense, investigations, and complex corporate and commercial litigation. She represents both individuals and companies in a wide variety of matters, including:

  • criminal prosecutions and grand jury investigations involving securities fraud, antitrust, public corruption, FCPA, money laundering, OFAC violations, and bank and insurance fraud
  • corporate internal investigations
  • SEC and other federal regulatory proceedings
  • design and implementation of compliance programs

Outside the Firm

Inbal has a black belt in Kenpo Karate and is an avid runner and chef.


  • Managing directors at an investment bank, in DOJ Antitrust Division criminal investigation into bid rigging and kickbacks in municipal bond financing.
  • A major accounting firm, in investigation of $10 million embezzlement,
  • Public company employees, in a criminal antitrust investigation of the automobile parts industry conducted by DOJ Antitrust Division and European Commission.
  • A hedge fund, in an SEC high-speed trading ("spoofing") investigation.
  • A stock trader, in a federal criminal investigation into high-speed trading methods.
  • A national retailer, in an SEC investigation into circumstances surrounding restated financial disclosures.
  • A company, in DOJ Antitrust Division criminal investigation of film production companies and advertising agencies for bid rigging.
  • An internet gaming company, in federal criminal investigation and civil forfeiture case.
  • Part of trial team that obtained acquittal following 11-month trial of high-level Marsh executive in criminal antitrust case brought by New York State Attorney General.
  • The country’s largest mortgage due diligence firm, in connection with sub-prime mortgage investigations by New York State Attorney General, SEC, and Connecticut Attorney General.
  • A global chemical manufacturer, defended in multidistrict MTBE litigation.
  • A public official, defended in a federal public corruption case in Las Vegas.

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  • 2013–2019, New York Metro “Rising Star” in White Collar Criminal Law, listed in Super Lawyers


Professional Activities
  • Member of the New York Council of Defense Lawyers



  • New York
  • U.S. District Court - Eastern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court - Southern District of New York
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit


  • University of California, Los Angeles, BA, magna cum laude
  • Cornell Law School, JD