Ross Garber is Co-Chair of the firm’s Government Investigations and White Collar Crime Group and he oversees the firm’s International Trade practice.
Ross regularly conducts internal investigations into allegations of misconduct. His clients have included multi-national corporations, public agencies, and non-profits.
Ross has also represented numerous corporations, executives, professionals, and public officials and agencies in connection with investigations by law enforcement, regulators and legislative bodies. Among his clients have been three governors facing impeachment proceedings: Gov. Robert Bentley of Alabama, Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina and Gov. John Rowland of Connecticut.
In his International Trade practice, Ross oversees a team that helps U.S. exporters navigate the complex and challenging regulatory environment so that they can expand their sales abroad. In 2015, the U.S. Secretary of Commerce presented Ross and his team with the Presidential “E Award” for their work in growing U.S. exports.
Ross has conducted crisis management training for the National Governors Association and the U.S. Conference of Mayors, investigations training for Congressional staff, and seminars for the Associated Press and Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) on covering high-profile investigations. He regularly conducts training for the U.S. Department of Commerce on issues related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He is a contributing author of the book Ethical Standards in the Public Sector (ABA Press 2008).
Ross was chief counsel to two governors of Connecticut and was a member of the current governor’s transition team. He has served as Chair of the Connecticut Judicial Review Council, which is responsible for the investigation and discipline of state judges, and was a member of the state’s Judicial Selection Commission. He was appointed by Chief Judges for the U.S. District Court to serve on Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panels and on the District’s Attorney Grievance Committee.
Ross was a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny.
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