John Vukelj represents clients in complex business litigation and internal investigations, including securities litigation and enforcement matters, class actions, and white collar and corporate crime matters.

John's litigation practice includes representing banks, investment advisors, hedge funds and public and private companies and their executives in commercial disputes, securities class actions, shareholder derivative actions, mergers and acquisitions litigation and enforcement actions by the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has experience in federal and state trial and appellate practice.

John's investigations, corporate crime, and compliance practice includes helping clients with Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), insider trading, corporate governance and fiduciary duty matters. He represents companies and individuals in investigations conducted by the US Department of Justice, the SEC and other federal and state agencies. He also assists companies with the design, enhancement and implementation of compliance programs and he has trained directors, officers and top executives on these issues.

John serves as the Litigation Training Partner for DLA Piper's New York Office and is a member of the firm’s Litigation Innovation Committee.