Diana represents individuals and corporations in white collar and antitrust matters as well as in internal investigations, balancing her clients’ needs with obligations to government authorities. She represents banks and served on the WMH monitorship team of a New York branch of an international bank. Diana also represents clients in corporate compliance matters.
Diana brings an extensive knowledge of antitrust law to her practice. She has worked on several Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations, including those involving allegations of bribes and kickback schemes in exchange for foreign government-issued licenses and permits or contracts with state-owned entities. Her government investigations work spans a range of industries, from petrochemical to banking, pharmaceuticals, automobile to multinational retail, and electronics.
In addition, Diana contributes her time to various nonprofits. She has represented indigent clients on immigration petitions for legal aid organizations and helped an international human rights organization establish a program to investigate violations of international criminal law.
During law school, Diana interned at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York (EDNY), where she helped prosecute drug crimes and mortgage fraud cases.
Diana was born in Brazil and speaks fluent Portuguese.