Gray Stratton is a white collar enforcement and compliance lawyer and litigator.

Gray's practice focuses on regulatory compliance, internal investigations, and investigations and enforcement actions initiated by securities regulators, the Department of Justice and State Attorneys General offices. He has conducted numerous internal investigations and defended numerous investigations and regulatory enforcement actions, including qui tam suits. Gray is experienced in guiding clients through multi-front litigation, including civil, regulatory and criminal proceedings. Among his clients are public and private companies, officers and directors, energy companies, chemical companies, trading companies, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, logistics companies, technology companies, insurance companies, banks, hedge funds, private equity firms, broker-dealers and investment advisers.

Gray has an active regulatory compliance practice, advising public and private companies on bribery risks and controls in cross-border and M&A transactions and the design and implementation of anti-bribery, anti-money laundering and export controls policies and procedures, among other things.

Before entering private practice, Gray served as Senior Counsel in the Division of Enforcement at the US Securities and Exchange Commission, where he led investigations and enforcement proceedings concerning foreign corruption, financial fraud, hedge fund operations, insider trading and market manipulation. While with the Commission, he was involved in several high-profile civil and criminal actions that arose from the SEC's investigations of Tyco International Ltd., Refco Inc. and Cendant Corporation. During his work with the SEC, he was awarded the Enforcement Division Director's Award for outstanding contribution to the enforcement of the federal securities laws.