Representing large and midsized companies and individuals in white collar litigation, Dallas Kaplan handles a variety of matters involving government investigations, congressional inquiries, and legal reform efforts. He counsels multinational clients during governmental and internal corporate investigations on a diverse array of white collar issues ranging from the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) to securities litigation. Dallas has represented several companies before the DOJ and SEC, as well as other US federal agencies.
In addition to white collar litigation, Dallas has counseled clients on corporate compliance matters and risk assessments of their anticorruption compliance programs. He has conducted internal investigations and corporate compliance reviews on clients’ operations in China, India, Hong Kong, South Korea, Russia, Germany, Poland, and the Middle East. He has also represented individuals and companies in matters involving the Hobbs Act, public integrity, and the Federal Elections Campaign Act.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Dallas was an associate at another international law firm. He clerked for Judge Frank D. Whitney of the US District Court for the Western District of North Carolina. During law school, Dallas interned in the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office in Buckingham County, Virginia. There, he argued several misdemeanor and felony cases as a representative of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Dallas served as a legislative aide for the US Senate Committee on the Judiciary before attending law school. In that role, he provided legislative analysis to senior committee staff and to Senator Arlen Specter.
Davidson College, 2005, B.A.
University of Virginia School of Law, 2010, J.D.
District of Columbia
Clerkship to Judge Frank Whitney of the US District Court for the Western District of North Carolina (2010 - 2011)