May 18, 2021
White Collar Defense, Regulatory and Investigations partner Holly Loiseau has been named to Global Investigations Review’s “Women in Investigations 2021,” a series recognizing 100 outstanding global female practitioners in the field.
Holly was among a select group of 42 honorees from the U.S. profiled for “achieving great things” at the very forefront of the industry. Holly’s profile highlighted her accomplishments in corporate investigations and white collar criminal defense, the growing use of artificial intelligence in conducting investigations, the evolution of her practice over her 25-year career, and the ongoing effort to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in the profession.
“I truly enjoy learning my clients’ business needs and challenges and working with them to develop workable programs and solutions to create a culture of compliance,” Holly said. “It is also gratifying to achieve a result like declination of prosecution in a major investigation that allows my clients to make required changes but move forward with their business objectives. Additionally, mentoring and sponsoring more junior attorneys as they navigate the practice and their careers is very fulfilling.”
She also noted the support she received from colleagues at Weil in furthering her practice. In order for more female lawyers and attorneys of color to excel in the law, professionals across government, private practice and the in-house bar must continue to work together to develop emerging talent, the profile noted.
GIR’s “Women in Investigations” spotlights female practitioners from across the globe, from a variety of professional backgrounds and career levels, who have made a mark in the field of investigations. The finalists were selected by the GIR editorial team and represent some of the top names in the worldwide investigations community.
Global Investigations Review covers global trends in investigations and anti-corruption and anti-bribery enforcement, as well as issues relating to financial services misconduct, antitrust, fraud, and money laundering, among others.
To read the full profile, please follow this link (subscription may be required).