Mr. Haigh has extensive experience on Weil teams counseling both corporate and individual clients in connection with matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery and corruption issues, including in the investigations and transactional contexts. Most recently, he worked on a Weil team that conducted a global review of a multinational pharmaceutical company’s anti-bribery compliance program. Mr. Haigh also conducts bribery and corruption-related due diligence for corporate transactions, in collaboration with Weil M&A teams.
Aside from his FCPA engagements, Mr. Haigh has experience conducting internal corporate investigations on behalf of companies in the pharmaceutical, transportation, food and beverage, and entertainment industries, among others. His work has involved a variety of topics, including allegations of employee misconduct, as well as corporate compliance with regulatory reporting requirements at both the state and federal level.
Mr. Haigh also has an active pro bono practice focusing on engagements within the Washington, D.C. community, including matters related to the criminal justice system and reproductive rights.
Mr. Haigh received his J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law, where he served on the American University Law Review. He earned a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts, where he majored in Legal Studies and minored in Philosophy and Political Science.