Washington, DC, May 20, 2011—Patton Boggs LLP recently expanded its Litigation practice with the addition of Kwame J. Manley as a partner to the firm’s Washington office.
Mr. Manley focuses his practice on white-collar criminal matters, internal and government investigations and complex civil litigation. A former federal prosecutor, Mr. Manley defends individuals and companies in money laundering, mail and wire fraud cases, as well as actions and investigations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. His experience also includes defending matters involving allegations of securities and accounting fraud, bank fraud, medical malpractice and cases involving complex civil litigation.
Before joining Patton Boggs, Mr. Manley served as Assistant United States Attorney and Deputy Chief at the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, where he prosecuted white-collar, money laundering and violent crime cases. Prior to his work as a federal prosecutor, Mr. Manley practiced law at Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C., where he focused on defending individuals and companies in criminal and civil litigation. Mr. Manley attended Harvard Law School, where he served as Notes Editor of the Harvard Law Review.