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Brooke Schultz represents companies in civil and criminal enforcement actions around the world and in complex business litigation nationwide. Her practice focuses on defending matters involving possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the False Claims Act (FCA), and other anticorruption, securities, and consumer protection laws. San Diego Super Lawyers has recognized Brooke as a "Rising Star" for the past five years.

Brooke has defended multinational companies, boards of directors, audit committees, and individuals against civil and criminal litigation and investigations by the Department of Justice (DOJ), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), various U.S. Attorneys' offices, and other federal and state agencies. She has represented major public and private companies in investigations involving highly sensitive topics across a variety of jurisdictions and industries. Brooke also advises companies on risk management, disclosures, monitorships, and on developing their corporate ethics and compliance programs.

As a securities and commercial litigator, Brooke helps companies litigate securities fraud actions and consumer protection actions. Her trial experience includes prosecuting cases as a volunteer prosecutor with a local district attorney's office.

Brooke has published and spoken on matters relating to compliance and investigation best practices and ethical issues, FCPA enforcement, and securities and whistleblower trends. She is a founding member and on the leadership team of the Women's White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA) San Diego Chapter and is a member of the Federal Bar Association.


  • Hospital system successfully resolves false claims for transport servicesJones Day represented a hospital system in a False Claims Act investigation into false claims for transport services.
  • Oil and gas company conducts internal investigation into allegations of corruption in AsiaJones Day represented a publicly-traded oil and gas company in an internal investigation into allegations of corruption in Asia.
  • Procter & Gamble sells Pringles snacks business to Kellogg for $2.7 billionJones Day advised The Procter & Gamble Company in the sale of its Pringles snacks business to The Kellogg Company in a $2.7 billion all-cash transaction.
  • Speaking Engagements

    • January 23, 2020
      Jones Day's 2020 MCLE University
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