Joshua S.Roseman (Josh)

Partner

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Josh Roseman conducts internal investigations, advises on ethics and compliance, and defends companies, directors, and management in high-stakes criminal and civil matters. Josh has led numerous internal investigations of alleged misconduct and also has defended U.S. and foreign clients from investigations by DOJ, SEC, World Bank, state AG's, and other federal and state authorities.

Josh has led investigations into, and defended against, allegations of accounting fraud, corruption, insider trading, embezzlement, and many other matters. Josh recently completed internal investigations for the boards of two Fortune 10 companies. Relatedly, he counsels boards and compliance officers on ethics and compliance programs. Josh previously represented a corporate monitor where he assessed compliance and accounting controls and reported to DOJ. As a securities litigator and trial lawyer, Josh has defended some of the largest shareholder class actions, derivative cases, and proxy contests.

Josh was part of a trial team that won a jury verdict The National Law Journal named a "Top 10 defense verdict" of the year. As an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas County he tried more than 20 cases to jury verdict. He is a regular speaker on internal investigations, ethics and compliance, and corporate culture. Josh is a Certified Fraud Specialist and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. D Magazine named him among the "Best Lawyers in Dallas" three years in a row, and Texas Monthly named him a Super Lawyer Rising Star seven times. He serves on the boards of the Dallas chapters of JDRF and the ADL.

Experience

  • National retailer defends allegations of corruption in Latin America and AsiaJones Day is representing a national retailer in an internal investigation into allegations of corruption in multiple countries in Latin America and Asia and related DOJ and SEC investigations.
  • U.S. holding company conducts internal investigation of officers of Mexican telecom subsidiaryJones Day conducted an investigation of alleged accounting fraud by corporate officers in Mexico following ethics violations reported to a U.S. holding company through its ethics hotline.
  • U.S.-based telecom holding company conducts investigation of ethics allegations in Argentine subsidiaryIn response to ethics violations reported through a company hotline, Jones Day conducted a targeted investigation of alleged misconduct and potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations by a U.S.-based holding company in Argentina.
  • Former president of foreign subsidiary defends against investigation by SECJones Day is representing the former president of a foreign subsidiary of a Fortune 500 company in connection with an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission into allegations of improper revenue recognition and accounting fraud.
  • Former controller represented in SEC investigationJones Day represented a former controller in connection with SEC investigation into alleged earnings management and accounting fraud.
  • Government contractor conducts internal investigation into potential FCPA violationsJones Day represented a government contractor in connection with an internal investigation into potential FCPA violations in connection with third party real estate transactions in Baghdad, Iraq.
  • FCPA monitor appointed pursuant to DOJ settlementPeter Romatowski, supported by a team of Jones Day attorneys, serves as the FCPA monitor selected by the company and approved by the Deputy Attorney General pursuant to a $30 million settlement and deferred prosecution agreement with the DOJ and SEC to resolve an investigation of payments to government officials in Africa and South America.
  • Individual defends investigation by SEC alleging insider tradingJones Day represented an individual in connection with an investigation by the SEC alleging insider trading.
  • Special Committee of the Board of Directors of MoneyGram International defeats motion for preliminary injunction seeking to block recapitalization of MoneyGramJones Day represents the Special Committee of the Board of Directors of MoneyGram International Inc. in a lawsuit brought by three shareholders challenging a recapitalization of MoneyGram.
  • Multinational company conducts independent review of anticorruption compliance programJones Day conducted an independent review of the anticorruption compliance program for a leading oil and gas service provider with operations in over 20 countries and presented findings and recommendations to the board of directors.
  • Fortune 500 oil and gas refining and marketing company creates anticorruption compliance programJones Day assisted a Fortune 500 oil and gas refining and marketing company in creating and implementing an anticorruption compliance program covering global operations.
  • Private company updates anticorruption compliance programJones Day helps a private company craft updated anticorruption program including FCPA and UK Anti-bribery Act and provides training and advice with respect to international activities.
  • Potash Corporation successfully defends historic $43.1 billion hostile takeover bidFollowing an arduous three-month battle, Jones Day's client, Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan, Inc., successfully repelled BHP Billiton's hostile $43.1 billion tender offer for all of PotashCorp's shares in November 2010.
  • Dell obtains dismissal of securities litigationJones Day represented Dell Inc., the individual defendants and present and former directors of Dell's Board in securities litigation, derivative cases, and ERISA class actions filed in the Western District of Texas, Travis County state court and Delaware Chancery court.
  • EDS successfully defends nationwide class actions involving incorrectly administered and/or scored Series 7 broker examinationsJones Day successfully obtained and defended the dismissal of a nationwide class action complaint against its client, Electronic Data Systems Corporation ("EDS"), in this litigation concerning administration of an examination for individuals who seek to become securities brokers (the "Series 7 exam").
  • EDS resolves consolidated securities fraud action and ERISA class actionJones Day represented Electronic Data Systems Corporation and certain of its current and former officers and directors in a consolidated securities fraud action arising out of EDS' disclosure in September 2002 that its earnings would be lower than anticipated.
  • Audit committee of power generation equipment manufacturer represented in expense recognition investigationJones Day represented the Audit Committee in conduct of internal investigation and report to auditors and the SEC concerning alleged manipulation of expense recognition on percentage of completion contracts.
  • Michaels Stores obtains dismissal of securities litigationJones Day represented Michaels Stores, Inc. and several of its directors and officers in a Rule 10b-5 consolidated action for alleged misrepresentations and omissions relating to an announced revision of sales and earnings projections and the use of an accounting reserve.
  • Piper Jaffray defends shareholder actionJones Day represented Piper Jaffray as a third party in connection with shareholder action to enjoin a going private transaction.
  • Speaking Engagements

    • August 8-9, 2019
      Why Culture Matters, Annual TXCPA Forensic, Litigation and Valuation Services Conference
    • February 28, 2019
      Anatomy of an Ethics and Compliance Scandal, SMU Certificate in Ethics and Compliance
    • November 7, 2018
      SMU Dedman School of Law Corporate Counsel Externship Program, guest lecturer, Internal Investigations
    • October 16, 2018
      Texas General Counsel Forum Beyond the Basics: Recent Developments and New Best Practices for Compliance and Investigations
    • September 19, 2018
      Internal Investigations for Non-lawyers, Deloitte Virtual Classroom
    • August 2-3, 2018
      The VW Investigation: Back on the Road Again, 30th Annual Texas Environmental Superconference
    • May 4, 2018
      Mitigating Pitfalls in Internal Investigations, 28th Annual DFW Fraud Conference
    • February 21-22, 2018
      Internal Investigations, SMU Certificate in Ethics and Compliance
    • September 24, 2014
      Updates Every Corporate Counsel Should Know, State Bar of Texas: Corporate Counsel Section
    • October 2, 2013
      The General Counsel Forum - Conducting an Internal Investigation
    • September 7, 2012
      Controllers Share Forum Anti-Corruption Compliance for Controllers
    • October 20, 2011
      Jones Day Dallas CLE University
    • October 5, 2010
      Corporate Compliance Programs in the New Era of Government Enforcement
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