Ilan T. Graff
Ilan Graff represents clients in connection with white-collar matters, regulatory and internal investigations, and complex commercial litigation.
Prior to joining Fried Frank, Ilan served for ten years in the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York, most recently as the Deputy United States attorney, overseeing the litigation of all criminal and civil cases brought on behalf of the United States in the Southern District and supervising more than 400 lawyers, paralegals, investigators, and staff members across the Office's criminal and civil divisions.
During his decade at the SDNY, Ilan spearheaded a series of high-profile cases, including criminal matters involving violations of securities laws and international sanctions, financial and other fraud, national and cyber security, and public corruption, as well as civil matters such as False Claims Act investigations and litigation. His work routinely required close coordination with a host of domestic and international law enforcement and regulatory authorities. Ilan also served as co-chief of the General Crimes Unit and co-chief of the Terrorism & International Narcotics Unit. He has extensive trial experience, having served as counsel on nine federal jury trials.
Media mentions |Ilan T. Graff Quoted by Law360 on 2023 New York Cases to Watch⟶
Media mentions |Ilan T. Graff Quoted by the Wall Street Journal on Data Issues⟶
Media mentions |David J. Greenwald Interviewed by Law.com Regarding the Firm’s Financial Performance⟶
News releases |Fried Frank Welcomes Former Deputy United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Ilan T. Graff as a Partner in the White Collar Defense, Regulatory Enforcement & Investigations Practice⟶
Client memorandum |United States Attorneys’ Offices Announce Voluntary Self-Disclosure Policy⟶
Client memorandum |DOJ Announces Revisions to the Criminal Division’s Corporate Enforcement Policy⟶
Articles |Managing Messaging Apps at a Public Company⟶
Client memorandum |DOJ Announces New Corporate Criminal Enforcement Policies⟶