Andrew Levetown


Anddrew Levetown, Managing Director, Forensic and Litigation Consulting

Andrew Levetown is a managing director in the FTI Forensic and Litigation Consulting practice and is based in Washington, DC. Mr. Levetown specializes in conducting complex investigations for senior management, boards of directors, and in-house and outside legal counsel. He has over 17 years of experience performing complex domestic and international investigations. Mr. Levetown has been retained to investigate issues pertaining to corporate combinations and business expansion, regulatory compliance and dispute resolution, intellectual property protection, frauds, defamation and the destruction of evidence.

Mr. Levetown was most recently the president of a public company’s litigation consulting division, which included companies performing services in the fields of computer forensics, investigative due diligence, electronic discovery and data recovery.  Prior to that he was the co-founder and chief executive officer of CoreFacts, LLC, a leading computer forensics and investigative consulting firm.  Mr. Levetown was a senior managing director at DSFX International and a managing director and counsel for Kroll Associates. Mr. Levetown served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, where he spent four years investigating and prosecuting fraud, public corruption, narcotics violations and violent crimes He started his career in 1988 as a litigator and employment attorney in Reed Smith’s Pittsburgh office where he  litigated toxic tort, trade secret theft and white collar crimes matters.

Mr. Levetown has considerable experience investigating allegations relating to potential FCPA investigations, import and export matters and qui tam investigations.  In one investigation of a corporate opponent, Mr. Levetown’s team of investigators identified numerous instances of fraud against the federal government, violations of federal criminal laws, tortious conduct against private parties and violations of the election laws. The target company paid damages of approximately $1 billion to resolve the resulting claims.

Mr. Levetown speaks frequently on issues pertaining to corporate crimes, trade secret theft, the use of advanced investigative techniques, subpoena and discovery response, offensive and defensive e-discovery strategies and spoliation avoidance. His work has been documented in national and legal publications and in reported decisions. 

 

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