Stacey M. Sprenkel

Stacey M. Sprenkel

Partner

San Francisco, (415) 268-6040

Education

University of California, Berkeley (B.A., 2000)
The London School of Economics and Political Science (M.Sc., 2002)
Columbia Law School (J.D., 2005)

Bar Admissions

California

Stacey Sprenkel is the head of the Litigation Department in Morrison & Foerster’s San Francisco office and is a member of the firm’s global anti-corruption and compliance team. She has extensive experience conducting corporate internal investigations on a broad range of issues both domestically and internationally, and she regularly assists clients with conducting global risk assessments, and with developing compliance programs, including reviewing and implementing anti-corruption and other compliance policies, controls, and training programs. She conducts anti-corruption due diligence in connection with M&A and private equity transactions, and provides counseling on a broad range of compliance issues.

As a member of the Securities Litigation, Enforcement and White-Collar Defense Group, Ms. Sprenkel also represents companies, audit committees, special litigation committees, officers and directors in connection with securities class actions, derivative actions, SEC and DOJ investigations and enforcement proceedings, and other complex commercial litigation involving False Claims Act, civil RICO, and antitrust matters.

Ms. Sprenkel was named among the Top Five Associates to Watch in California in 2013 by the Daily Journal, as part of the publication’s annual 20 Under 40 list highlighting California's emerging legal leaders. She was also recently recognized by The Recorder as among its Lawyers on the Fast Track, a list of attorneys practicing for less than 10 years in California whose early accomplishments indicate they will be tomorrow’s top lawyers and leaders. She is recognized by Legal 500 US 2015 for shareholder litigation. EuroMoney Legal Media Group recently selected Ms. Sprenkel as one of eight women recognized on the 2014 shortlist of litigation rising stars for the “Americas Women in Business Law Awards,” which honors the achievements of women leading the legal sector across the Americas. She has also been recommended as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers every year since 2009.

Ms. Sprenkel has long been a champion for veterans’ rights. She briefed, argued and won a motion to certify a high-profile class action on behalf of veterans who were exposed to chemical and biological substances during their time in service as a result of secret human testing programs conducted by the U.S. military. Ms. Sprenkel was also a member of the trial team in VCS v. Peake, an action brought on behalf of veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder against the Department of Veterans Affairs for failure to provide statutorily mandated benefits and health care to returning troops. Ms. Sprenkel serves on the Board of Directors of Swords to Plowshares, a veterans’ rights organization.

During law school, Ms. Sprenkel was the Editor-in-Chief of the Columbia Journal of European Law, and served as a research assistant to Professor George Bermann. She is admitted to practice in California.

Ms. Sprenkel was named among the Top Five Associates to Watch in California in 2013 by the Daily Journal, as part of the publication’s annual 20 Under 40 list highlighting California's emerging legal leaders. She was also recently recognized by The Recorder as among its Lawyers on the Fast Track, a list of attorneys practicing for less than 10 years in California whose early accomplishments indicate they will be tomorrow’s top lawyers and leaders. She is recognized by Legal 500 US 2015 for shareholder litigation. EuroMoney Legal Media Group recently selected Ms. Sprenkel as one of eight women recognized on the 2014 shortlist of litigation rising stars for the “Americas Women in Business Law Awards,” which honors the achievements of women leading the legal sector across the Americas. She has also been recommended as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers every year since 2009.

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