- Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., magna cum laude (Order of the Coif, Notes and Comment Editor, The Georgetown Law Journal)
- Winthrop University, B.A., cum laude
- District of Columbia
- New York
D. GRAYSON YEARGIN
Grayson Yeargin concentrates his practice on government investigations, white-collar criminal defense, and complex civil litigation. He represents clients from a wide variety of fields, including technology, finance, pharmaceuticals, public policy, government relations, lobbying, and not-for-profit. Mr. Yeargin has significant experience in matters involving the False Claims Act; laws governing false statements and fraud (including pricing, accounting, financial, immigration, and honest services issues); export controls and trade embargoes; compliance requirements; laws governing lobbying and the regulation of foreign agents; and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Mr. Yeargin also provides regulatory and dispute-resolution advice to companies concerning government contracts issues. He has assisted clients with bid protests, suspension and debarment issues, compliance counseling, internal investigations, self-disclosures, and litigation with the Federal government.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Yeargin practiced as a litigator with another Washington, DC, law firm. From 1999 to 2001, he served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Cameron McGowan Currie of the United States District Court of the District of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina.
- Export Controls Reform Has Arrived
Law360 | April 22, 2013
Washington, DC government investigations & white collar defense partner Grayson Yeargin and associate Lindsey Nelson, global business & transactions associate Alexandra Lopez-Casero and private equity & investment funds associate Nick Rosenberg co-authored this column discussing the new rules and regulations implementing the multiyear Export Control Reform Initiative.
- Beyoncé, Jay-Z's Cuba Trip Highlights Embargo Restrictions
White Collar Law360 | April 9, 2013
This guest article written by Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin and associate Lindsey Nelson focuses on licensing requirements for travel to Cuba.
- Can Employers Force Arbitration of FCA Retaliation Claims?
White Collar Law360 | April 4, 2013
Washington, DC, Government Investigations partner Grayson Yeargin and associate Emily Harlan co-authored this column addressing whether a company can compel arbitration when a former employee brings a retaliation claim against the company under the False Claims Act.