Moore & Van Allen Attorney Frank Schall Named to 2023 Benchmark Litigation 40 & Under List
Moore & Van Allen PLLC (MVA) is pleased to announce that firm Member Frank E. Schall has been named to the 2023 Benchmark Litigation 40 & Under list – a guide to the most notable up and coming litigation attorneys in the United States.
Now in its 8th edition and assembled through a process involving peer reviews and case examinations, the 40 & Under list recognizes accomplished attorneys who are 40 years old or younger. Benchmark Litigation, which is the only publication on the market to focus exclusively on litigation in the United States, each year sets out to identify the best and brightest litigators across the United States and Canada. For more information, visit www.benchmarklitigation.com.
“We are very proud of Frank’s work and achievements on behalf of our clients, and we congratulate Frank on his prestigious recognition by Benchmark Litigation as one of the nation’s top litigators under the age of 40,” said John Fagg, Co-Head of MVA’s Litigation Team and Co-head of MVA’s White Collar, Regulatory Defense, & Investigations Practice.
Frank focuses his practice on internal investigations and white collar defense matters, including cross-border investigations, antitrust matters, and investigations and consulting regarding Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) issues, Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) filings, and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions. He also regularly handles matters involving manipulative sales practices, manipulative trading, public corruption, anti-money laundering concerns, “Know Your Customer” (KYC) and due diligence violations, and False Claims Act cases.
With his background as a prosecutor and working for a large international financial institution in Hong Kong, Frank has extensive experience conducting internal investigations for clients in the United States and abroad pertaining to a wide range of issues. In his white-collar practice, he defends individuals in state and federal criminal court trials and appeals. He also consults on merger and acquisition matters regarding FCPA and CFIUS related concerns.
Frank also is actively involved in pro bono work, including serving on the board of directors for the Charlotte Metro Human Trafficking Task Force.