Jenner & Block

 
While not an exhaustive list, Ms. Schrantz’s recent representative matters have included:
  • Served as one of the team leaders conducting an investigation and producing an internal report to the board of directors for General Motors Company (GM) with regard to events leading up to certain recalls stemming from faulty ignition switches.  In a 70-day period, a multidisciplinary team collected and searched in excess of 41 million documents and records and conducted more than 350 witness interviews.  The firm team coordinated GM’s response to several federal agencies and Congress.
  • Leading the compliance team for the Monitor of Credit Suisse AG following the bank’s $715 million settlement with the New York Department of Financial Services, part of a broader $2.6 billion settlement that involved the U.S. Department of Justice and federal regulators.
  • Conducted cross-border compliance assessment for global distributor of telecommunications products.
  • Led global anticorruption risk assessment in 25 countries throughout South America, Asia, and Europe.
  • Led the development of a global anticorruption compliance program, including redrafting of global policies, creating third party due diligence protocols, and implementing training for global legal team and business personnel.
  • Conducted assessment of compliance program as part of a federal investigation, and counseled client on remedial measures.
  • Presented to Board of Directors and Audit Committee of multinational financial institution on corporate compliance efforts.
  • Developed comprehensive code of conduct and compliance procedures for client as part of consent decree by federal regulator.
  • Conducted internal investigation for real estate investment trust and advised client on compliance policies, procedures, training, and audit measures.
  • Developed and conducted “business crimes 101” training for multinational client following internal investigation into fraud schemes. 
  • Led the negotiation and implementation of anticorruption compliance program for U.S.-Chinese joint venture in China.

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