Phil Inglima is a partner in Crowell & Moring’s White Collar & Regulatory Enforcement Group. He has litigated a broad range of criminal and civil matters in trial and appellate courts, with an emphasis on criminal frauds and parallel civil and regulatory enforcement proceedings.
Phil frequently conducts internal investigations for corporations, with recent efforts focusing on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Federal False Claims Act, and alleged procurement fraud, bribery, false statements, and environmental crimes. He counsels companies in the development and implementation of compliance programs, and guides clients through regulatory reporting and disclosure processes and congressional investigations. In high-stakes, high-profile matters, he has achieved outstanding results for a wide variety of corporate and individual clients over the past 25 years.
Phil’s background includes two years as a senior member of the Independent Counsel team appointed In re: Bruce Babbitt, and a clerkship for U.S. District Judge June L. Green. An alumnus of Georgetown University’s College and Law Center, Phil remains active in the University community, and has served as an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law.