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Mayling C. Blanco, Esq.

Mayling C. Blanco represents corporations and individuals in white collar defense, government investigations, and commercial litigation matters, notably concentrating her practice on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA") and corporate fraud, as well as matters implicating criminal tax exposure. 

Mayling has led numerous domestic and international, multi-jurisdictional investigations for clients with ventures in Latin America, Asia and Europe, including on bribery, kickbacks, money laundering, false claims and tax crimes. She has represented her clients before the U.S. Department of Justice's Criminal, Civil and Tax Divisions as well as before the U.S. Federal Courts, U.S. Tax Court and the state courts of New Jersey and New York on these issues. 

Mayling regularly advises corporations and financial institutions, in connection with anti-bribery and anti-money laundering compliance matters, particularly in relation to creating or optimizing compliance programs to mitigate civil regulatory and criminal exposure. Mayling's experiences in handling high profile matters for multi-national organizations allows her to provide real world practical advice to assist companies in efficiently responding to risks as they arise and minimizing disruption to their business operations. 

Mayling is a committee member for the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice of the New York City Bar. She serves as a regional deputy for the Hispanic National Bar. Is an Alumni Council member for Seton Hall Law School and an Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellow. She currently serves as a board member for a charter school in the South Bronx. 

Mayling previously served as a law clerk to the Honorable Mathias E. Rodriguez of the New Jersey Superior Court. Prior to law school, Mayling proudly served in the Teach for America program.

Programs by Mayling C. Blanco, Esq..

Today’s modern companies increasingly embrace the use of cryptocurrency and continue to integrate it into their businesses. Yet simultaneously, recent years have seen a dramatic increase in payments to cyber criminals, exceeding $400 million in...

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Banking & Finance LawBusiness Organizations & ContractsCriminal Law & ProcedureCriminal Law & White CollarCriminal Practice & ProcedureCryptocurrencyCybersecurityData Security and OutsourcingFederal CourtsFinancial RegulatoryFlorida EligibleIn-House CounselInformation Technology
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