Eyal Ben Avi
Benjamin S. Fischer
CEO of EBA & Co.
Partner at Cravath,
Swaine & Moore LLP
Partner at Morvillo Abramowitz
Grand Iason & Anello PC
Kobre & Kim
Eyal Ben-Avi is the founding partner and CEO of EBA & Co. global consulting boutique firm which specialized in Risk, Forensic and Compliance services. Eyal’s compliance and forensics experience is unparalleled, having led as senior partner the Risk & Forensics practice at PwC Israel for more than a decade. Eyal brings more than twenty years of advisory services delivered to enforcement authorities, financial institutions and public companies in Israel and around the Fraud, FCPA and Sanction investigations.
Benjamin Gruenstein is a partner in Cravath’s Litigation Department and a member of the Firm’s Investigations and White Collar Criminal Defense practice. His practice focuses on the representation of U.S. and multinational companies and their senior executives in government and internal corporate investigations in such areas as trade sanctions, the FCPA, healthcare fraud, insider trading, criminal antitrust, accounting fraud and accompanying civil litigation. Mr. Gruenstein has handled both domestic and cross-border investigations, including in Latin America, Asia and Europe.
Benjamin S. Fischer is a partner at Morvillo law firm from New York, he is regularly represents corporate executives and corporations in criminal actions, regulatory investigations, and high stakes business litigation. He has significant experience litigating almost every aspect of criminal and civil cases in both federal and state court. Ben has tried criminal and civil cases to verdict and arbitrations to final decisions. He has led corporate internal investigations for multinational corporations, and also has represented individuals in internal investigations.
Nicholas Surmacz is an experienced trial lawyer and investigator who has served as lead counsel in numerous high-profile, cross-border matters involving fraud, bribery and other misconduct. He represents corporations, executives and high net worth individuals facing investigations, enforcement actions and asset forfeiture efforts by global criminal and civil regulators, including the various components of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), where he previously served as a senior member of the DOJ’s Fraud Section in Washington, DC.