Amy Chang is a counsel with the firm's Litigation practice and a member of the White Collar & Investigations group.
Amy has represented individuals and corporate clients in connection with investigations by various state and federal authorities, including the DOJ, SEC, FTC, and FDA. These matters have involved allegations of public corruption, securities fraud, consumer fraud, and other violations of local and federal law.
Amy has also conducted numerous internal investigations for corporate clients in the US, Europe, and Asia, including those involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), financial fraud, anti-trust violations, and issues of employee misconduct. She has also advised clients on compliance issues, including compliance with the FCPA and other anti-corruption laws, and has assisted clients in the development and implementation of robust corporate compliance programs and internal controls.
Amy also currently represents an FCPA corporate monitor appointed by the DOJ and SEC to oversee a large multinational corporation’s governance reforms in connection with its deferred prosecution agreement and settlement with the U.S. Government.
Prior to joining Perkins Coie, Amy served as a law clerk to the Honorable W. Scott Bales of the Arizona Supreme Court.
- Arizona Asian American Bar Association, Member
- National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Member
- Perkins Coie, Phoenix, AZ, Associate, 2010 - 2012
- Harvard Sports Law Clinic, Cambridge, MA, 2008
- Cravath International Fellow, South Africa, 2008
Hon. W. Scott Bales, Supreme Court of Arizona, 2009 - 2010