Philip T. Inglima
Partner, Crowell & Moring LLP, Adjunct Professor of Law
A.B., J.D., Georgetown
A.B., J.D., Georgetown. Philip Inglima is a partner in Washington, D.C.'s Crowell & Moring LLP, where he is co-chair of the firm’s White Collar &...Continue Reading
A.B., J.D., Georgetown. Philip Inglima is a partner in Washington, D.C.'s Crowell & Moring LLP, where he is co-chair of the firm’s White Collar & Securities Litigation Group. He represents individuals and corporations in connection with investigations and prosecutions conducted by the Department of Justice and other federal and state agencies and congressional committees. His expertise includes matters involving allegations of business frauds, securities violations and public corruption. He is experienced in the trial of both criminal and civil matters, and handles a wide array of regulatory enforcement matters and internal corporate investigations. His practice also has included a variety of civil litigation, and the defense of both individual attorneys and law firms in professional responsibility proceedings.
Mr. Inglima has spent most of his career in private practice, handling criminal and regulatory matters in venues across the nation. In recent years, he has represented corporate officers and senior executives in investigations relating to Enron, Reliant Energy, Halliburton, KPMG, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and governmental or political figures in several recent corruption probes. He previously served as a Senior Associate Independent Counsel for nearly two years, investigating campaign finance and public corruption allegations on the Independent Counsel team appointed In re Babbitt. More recently, he completed an appointment as an SEC/DOJ-approved delegee independent consultant in connection with those agencies’ proceedings relating to AIG, Inc.
A graduate of Georgetown University’s College (1984) and Law Center (1988), Mr. Inglima began his career as a law clerk to the Honorable June L. Green at the U.S. District Court in Washington. Mr. Inglima is an adjunct professor at Georgetown Law Center, where he teaches a course in Federal White Collar Crime. He also served for the past two years as President of the Georgetown University Alumni Association, and a member of the University’s Board of Directors. He is active in a number of professional associations, including the DC Bar, where he has served as Co-Chair of the Section on Criminal Law and Individual Rights. He is admitted to practice law in D.C., New York and his native New Jersey.