Joseph Simpson

Associate

Washington, D.C.

(202) 747-0796

(202) 861-1905

Joey focuses his practice on representing companies and individuals in criminal matters and parallel civil proceedings, as well as internal investigations. He has significant experience advising clients facing a variety of legal challenges, including those involving antitrust, U.S. export controls & sanctions and anti-money laundering regulations, and data privacy laws, as well as those arising under the False Claims Act. Joey also maintains an active pro bono practice and has appeared in state and immigration court on behalf of clients seeking asylum.

Joey received his J.D., cum laude, degree from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, and his Bachelor of Science in business management from the University of Maryland R.H. Smith School of Business. While at Georgetown Law, Joey was a staff member of the Georgetown Technology Law Journal, where he published an article on the role of artificial intelligence in expanding access to mental health.

He was also a Barrister’s Council Appellate Advocacy member and was named Best Oralist at the 2017 New York University’s National Immigration Law Competition. In his final year at Georgetown, Joey was a student attorney with the Center for Applied Legal Studies Immigration Clinic, where he represented persons seeking asylum in immigration court.

Publications

DOJ Prosecutes Fashion Company For Skirting Customs Tariffs - Could This Be The Hot New Trend? [Alert]

September 02, 2020

Danielle Garno, Rachel Collins Clarke, and Joseph Simpson discuss the DOJ's action against Ambiance Apparel and what it could mean for other fashion companies.

Companies Receiving PPP Funds Should Prepare for Audits, and Implement Compliance Now [Alert]

May 08, 2020

Nicole H. Sprinzen and Joseph Simpson discuss steps companies who took PPP funds should take now to prepare for audits by the SBA, Treasury, DOJ, or the FBI.

Amazon Echo Data at Center of Another Legal Battle [Cyber Law Monitor Blog]

December 10, 2018

Amazon, Inc. is on the receiving end of another court order demanding it release the data and recordings associated with one of its Echo smart devices. For the uninitiated, Echo smart devices support voice interaction, music playback, and other administrative tasks for its users. The device...

Education

  • Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2018
  • University of Maryland, B.S., 2008
  • District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court -- District of Columbia