Tami Stark's practice focuses on representing companies and individuals facing white collar criminal and regulatory investigations. Having spent over 8 years in the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Tami offers clients unique expertise in navigating government investigations and monitorships.
Tami served as Assistant Regional Director in the SEC's Enforcement Division, where she led enforcement efforts alongside other regulators and agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice, New York Attorney General's Office, FINRA and the Options Regulatory Surveillance Authority. She conducted and supervised investigations concerning: insider trading, financial/accounting fraud, investment adviser and broker dealer violations, best execution, and municipal securities fraud. She also recommended the selection of, and managed, compliance monitors and fair fund distribution consultants.
Before joining White & Case, Tami practiced at a boutique white collar criminal defense firm where she advised clients in major criminal and regulatory investigations relating to, among other things: the FCPA; financial/accounting fraud; insider trading; foreign exchange trading; the False Claims Act; fraudulent pharmaceutical sales; failure to disclose automotive defects; and defense contractor fraud. She managed the Monitorship of a major not-for-profit organization, which had been the subject of fraud investigations by city and state regulators, and the Auditorship of a pharmaceutical company, which had been the subject of an opioid investigation. Tami also clerked for the Honorable Carol B. Amon on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.