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Diana is a litigator who represents individuals and corporations in white-collar criminal matters and internal investigations. She has been involved in government investigations in a range of industries including petrochemical, banking, automobile, multinational retail and electronics.
Diana has worked on a number of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations, involving allegations of bribes and kickback schemes in exchange for licenses and permits issued by foreign government entities or contracts with state-owned entities. She has also worked on various antitrust matters. For instance, Diana was involved in an internal investigation of an automobile parts manufacturer for potential antitrust violations, and previously worked at the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, where she helped investigate and prosecute both domestic and international cartels, particularly in the electronic components industry. Diana was also part of a trial team that prosecuted an executive of a multinational corporation for price fixing.
During law school, Diana interned at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, EDNY, where she helped prosecute drug crimes and mortgage fraud cases.
She has also devoted time to various nonprofits, including legal aid organizations, where she worked as a fellow representing indigent clients on immigration petitions, and international human rights organizations, helping to establish a program to investigate violations of international criminal law.
Diana is a graduate of New York University School of Law, where she was an Associate Casebook Editor on the Moot Court Board, and a graduate of Yale University, where she earned her B.A. with a major in Philosophy.
NYU School of Law, J.D. (2011)
Yale University, B.A. (2006)