MSA Appoints Katherine Lemire as President of MSA Investigations.
Most recently, Ms. Lemire served as Counsel to the Police Commissioner at the New York City Police Department, where she spearheaded management reform efforts and overhauled significant police operations while also serving as the primary legal advisor to the Police Commissioner. Before joining the NYPD, Ms. Lemire worked as a local and federal prosecutor in New York City. As an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York, Ms. Lemire investigated and prosecuted complex criminal cases including fraud, money-laundering, corruption, computer crime, racketeering, domestic and international narcotics trafficking, and violent crime. Her extensive experience includes investigations targeting elected officials, high-ranking members of the U.S. military, and construction industry contractors. Ms. Lemire began her legal career at the prestigious New York County (Manhattan) District Attorney's office where she investigated and prosecuted criminal cases from grand jury proceedings through trial.
MSA CEO Patrick Timlin said of the hire, "Katie is a highly respected attorney with multi-faceted expertise. Her talents and experiences will solidify MSAI's position as an industry leader."
Ms. Lemire received her B.A. from Brown University and her J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law. The recipient of many awards, Ms. Lemire received the New York Federal Executive Board Award, presented by former United States Attorney General Michael B. Mukasey.
About MSA Investigations
As an industry leader, MSA Investigations provides its public and private sector clients with a broad array of services, including due diligence and background investigations, internal corporate fraud, digital forensics and cybercrime, theft of intellectual property, and executive protection.
SOURCE MSA Investigations
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Date:||Apr 22, 2013|
|Previous Article:||"Harlem Shake - Baby Delivery Version" Receives More Than a Million YouTube Views In Less Than A Week.|
|Next Article:||Supreme Court Lets FDA Move Forward with Graphic Cigarette Warnings And Other Tobacco Regulations.|