Jasmine Juteau is an experienced litigator, representing individuals and companies in regulatory enforcement and white collar criminal cases, complex civil litigation, and compliance matters.
Jasmine handles both criminal and civil cases, and has tried several federal and state court jury trials to verdict, involving alleged securities and accounting fraud, mail and wire fraud, business torts and related issues. Jasmine defended the former Dewey & LeBoeuf chairman in a multi-month criminal trial, resulting in numerous acquittals, a hung jury on all remaining charges, and no second trial. She has also represented officers of publicly traded companies in cases brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission, with results including summary dismissal of all claims. Jasmine has defended clients in investigations by the United States Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodities Futures Trading Commission, the New York District Attorney’s Office, the New York Attorney General’s Office, and FINRA, involving allegations of fraud, insider trading, collusion and market manipulation, internal controls and disclosure violations, and rogue trading. She has also represented companies and individuals facing securities class actions and litigated commercial disputes and appeals in New York State court.
Jasmine also has broad experience in business compliance oversight: matters such as a court-ordered monitorship of a multinational oil and gas company addressing FCPA violations, independent compliance review of thoroughbred racing operations for the New York Racing Association, and providing independent verification for Swiss banks participating in a Department of Justice non-prosecution program.
Jasmine has been recognized as a “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters. She is a member of the New York City Bar Association, and served as the Secretary of its African Affairs Committee for several years.