Chase Goldstein represents international and domestic clients in white collar criminal matters, government enforcement actions and internal investigations. Chase also represents clients in business litigation disputes, involving breach of contract, intellectual property, privacy and various consumer protection statutes. Chase advises clients on federal and state law regarding the cannabis, hemp and CBD industry.

    Prior to joining the firm, Chase worked for a boutique firm in New York City representing individuals charged with white collar crimes in federal courts.

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    Investigations, White Collar Defense and Compliance

    • Representing a technology company in response to a California DOJ criminal investigation concerning alleged disclosure of personal data and securing declination to prosecute.
    • Conducting a review of a foreign bank’s compliance with Bank Secrecy Act/anti-money laundering (BSA/AML) laws and regulations pursuant to settlement with a US regulator.
    • Responding to various cybercrime incidents, including data breaches and cyber fraud, on behalf of corporate clients.
    • Conducting anticorruption, AML and sanctions compliance reviews, risk assessments and due diligence inquiries for numerous Fortune 500 companies.
    • Representing a leading private aircraft company in response to DOJ asset forfeiture action.

    Litigation and Dispute Resolution

    • Representing a technology company in a federal lawsuit alleging that it violated 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and the privacy rights of individuals by providing law enforcement access to their cell phone location.
    • Providing advice regarding trademark and trade dress infringement disputes to a Japan-based probiotic beverage manufacturer.
    • Representing a US subsidiary of a Japanese publicly traded company in an internal investigation identifying the theft of millions of dollars by a CFO and accounting manager and recovering the stolen funds through expedited litigation.
    • Defending an original equipment manufacturer in automotive breach of warranty actions.


    • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 2014
    • University of Southern California, B.A., 2010


    • California, 2018
    • New York, 2015

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