Jeffrey C. Corey

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Jeffrey C.Corey
Phone: 801.532.1234
Direct: 801.536.6926

Jeff Corey’s practices focuses on litigation, regulatory compliance, and white collar matters.  Jeff regularly helps clients conduct internal corporate investigations and respond to government enforcement actions.  Jeff’s work often involves helping clients with sensitive internal matters and contentious business disputes, including contract, tortious interference and business defamation cases.  

Jeff also advises companies in heavily regulated industries on compliance risks and avoiding litigation.  He has advised clients in the financial, health care, and environmental industries on risks created by government enforcement actions.  This work includes advising clients on liability under federal environmental laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, and other legal regimes that can give rise to criminal and civil liabilities for actors in heavily-regulated industries.    

Prior to joining Parsons Behle & Latimer, from 2009 to 2013 Jeff served as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Alexandria, Virginia. As an AFPD, Jeff represented clients at every stage of the criminal process, including at jury trials, evidentiary hearings, pre-charge negotiations, as witnesses testifying before grand juries, and on appeal.

Jeff is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. Following law school, he served for two years as a federal District Court law clerk in the U.S. Virgin Islands.


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Georgetown University Law Center (J.D., 2003)

University of Florida (B.S., 2000)


Assistant Federal Public Defender, Office of Federal Public Defender for the Eastern District of Virginia, 2009-2013

Associate, Hunton & Williams LLP, 2007-2009

Associate, Parsons Behle & Latimer, 2005-2007

Law Clerk to The Hon. Curtis V. Gomez, District Court of the Virgin Islands, 2005

Law Clerk to the Hon. Thomas K. Moore, District Court of the Virgin Islands, 2003-2004


District of Columbia


Georgetown University Law Center