Former Justice Department
Justice Department Prosecutor. Corey Steinberg recently left the U.S. Department of Justice where she served as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in the Southern District of Florida, the Northern District of Georgia, and the District of Massachusetts. During her 19 years with the Justice Department, Ms. Steinberg represented the United States in a wide array of cases, including complex RICO, narcotics and violent crime investigations, Title III wiretaps, and matters involving money laundering, extortion and wire and mail fraud.
Wall Street & SEC Experience. Ms. Steinberg began her legal career on Wall Street working in- house at several major brokerage firms, including Merrill Lynch, CIBC World Markets and UBS (formerly PaineWebber). During her tenure on Wall Street, Ms. Steinberg was responsible for providing continuing education to listed and over-the-counter traders, coordinating annual regulatory examinations of trading desks conducted by the SEC, the NYSE and NASD, and investigating investor complaints. Additionally, Ms. Steinberg served as the anti-trust compliance officer for UBS/PaineWebber tasked with ensuring on-going compliance with the terms of a DOJ antitrust settlement agreement.
Education & Admission. Ms. Steinberg received a Bachelor of Arts from Union College and a Juris Doctor from New York Law School. She is admitted to practice in Florida and New York.
Ms. Steinberg serves the Firm as independent local counsel. With her varied and diverse background and experience, she offers a unique perspective when assisting clients with government investigations and regulatory matters, including subpoenas from state and federal agencies, internal corporate investigations and civil and criminal enforcement proceedings.