Patrick Campbell represents companies and individuals in complex civil, regulatory and criminal law enforcement investigations and proceedings. Patrick represents clients in a range of industries, before different federal and state regulators, as well as in parallel investigations and proceedings brought in the U.S. and abroad. He also has experience representing clients in complex commercial and bankruptcy litigation, most notably serving as a litigation team leader in the Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC liquidation – one of the largest financial frauds in U.S. history. Patrick approaches matters calmly, analytically and with a view toward developing fact-based strategies that most resonate with regulators, judges and juries. In addition to his litigation practice, Patrick provides proactive advice to clients. He assesses corporate client risks in various industries and provides advice on ethics and compliance policies, procedures and internal controls tailored to the client's risk profile. Patrick also advises on anti-corruption due diligence for complex domestic and cross-border acquisitions. Patrick is the Chair of the New York City Bar Association's Compliance Committee and regularly speaks and writes on "best practices" ethics and compliance matters. Patrick is also involved in the development of associates at BakerHostetler, and he is a member of the New York office's Mentorship Committee. Over the past several years, Patrick has formally and informally mentored many of the New York office's associates, created and delivered national associate training programs and serves as one of the assignment coordinators for the New York office's summer associates.