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Jasmine Juteau

Jasmine Juteau


New York

Jasmine Juteau specializes in representing individuals, corporations and non-profit entities in white collar criminal investigations and trials, enforcement actions and complex civil litigation. 

Jasmine has substantial experience litigating in federal and state courts on criminal and civil cases. She has federal criminal trial experience and has defended cases alleging securities fraud, accounting fraud, mail and wire fraud, civil RICO and related issues. Jasmine was on the team that successfully represented Afshin Mohebbi, former Qwest Communications President and COO, winning a complete dismissal of the SEC's claims against him. She has also represented numerous public companies in various phases of class-action securities litigation. Jasmine has defended clients under investigation by the Department of Justice, the District Attorney’s Office, the SEC, the CFTC, FINRA and various other federal and state authorities. She has handled a wide variety of investigations, including alleged fraud, insider trading, market collusion, internal controls violations, disclosure violations, rogue trading and illicit trading fees.

Jasmine also focuses on independent corporate compliance oversight. She has participated in an FCPA monitorship, provided legally-mandated integrity oversight for a horse racing entity and performed independent verification for several banks participating in the Department of Justice Program for Non-Prosecution Agreements or Non-Target Letters for Swiss Banks.

Jasmine was named a 2014 “Rising Star” by Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers. She is a member of the New York City Bar Association where she served as the Secretary of its African Affairs Committee for eight years, and is also a member of the New York Criminal Bar Association.