White & Case
Tami Stark’s practice focuses on representing companies and individuals facing whitecollar criminal and regulatory investigations. Having spent more than eight years in the enforcement division of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Tami offers clients unique expertise in conducting internal investigations, navigating government inquiries and serving as a monitor.
Tami combines her extensive experience advising clients on white-collar matters with her experience inside the SEC to obtain quick, efficient and successful outcomes for her clients. Tami has advised clients in matters relating to, among other things, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, financial and accounting fraud, securities registration, insider trading, short and distort schemes, and private equity and hedge fund investment adviser conflicts of interest.
Tami served as an assistant regional director in the SEC’s enforcement division, where she led enforcement efforts alongside other regulators and agencies, including the US Department of Justice, the New York Attorney General’s Office, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Options Regulatory Surveillance Authority. She conducted and supervised various types of investigations and recommended the selection of, and managed, compliance monitors and fair fund distribution consultants. Tami also clerked for the Honorable Carol B Amon on the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York.