1 Dick Thornburgh AREAS OF PRACTICE Mr. Thornburgh serves as an active advisor and counselor to the firm s government affairs clients with respect to matters concerning federal, state and local governments as well as international organizations. WASHINGTON DC P F PRIMARY PRACTICE Government Enforcement SECONDARY PRACTICES Appellate, Constitutional and Governmental Litigation Commercial Disputes Foreign Corrupt Practices Act/Anti- Corruption Global Government Solutions Internal Investigations Nuclear Public Policy and Law Securities Enforcement White Collar Crime/Criminal Defense PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND Identified by Washingtonian magazine recently as one of ten legendary Washington lawyers who will forever leave their mark on the District s legal landscape, Dick Thornburgh is currently counsel to the international law firm of K&L Gates LLP, resident in its Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Thornburgh served as Governor of Pennsylvania, Attorney General of the United States under two presidents and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations during a public career which spanned over 25 years. Elected Governor of Pennsylvania in 1978 and re-elected in 1982, Mr. Thornburgh was the first Republican ever to serve two successive terms in that office. He served as Chair of the Republican Governors Association and was named by his fellow governors as one of the nation's most effective big-state governors in a 1986 Newsweek poll. During his service as Governor, Mr. Thornburgh balanced state budgets for eight consecutive years, reduced both personal and business tax rates, cut the state's record-high indebtedness and left a surplus of $350 million. Under his leadership, 15,000 unnecessary positions were eliminated from a swollen state bureaucracy and widely recognized economic development, education and welfare reform programs were implemented. Pennsylvania's unemployment rate, among the ten highest in the nation when he was elected, was among the ten lowest when he left office. Following the unprecedented Three Mile Island nuclear accident in 1979, he was described by observers as "one of the few authentic heroes of that episode as a calm voice against panic." After his unanimous confirmation by the United States Senate, Mr. Thornburgh served three years as Attorney General of the United States ( ) in the cabinets of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. He mounted an unprecedented attack on white-collar crime as the Department of Justice obtained a record number of convictions of savings and loan and securities officials, defense contractors and corrupt public officials. Mr. Thornburgh established strong ties with law enforcement agencies around the world to help combat drug trafficking, money laundering, terrorism and international white-collar crime. The Legal Times noted that Mr. Thornburgh as Attorney General "built a reputation as one of the most effective champions that prosecutors have ever had." He currently chairs a panel of the National Academy of Public Administration examining the transformation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is a member of the FBI Director's Advisory Board. As Attorney General, Mr. Thornburgh played a leading role in the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act. He also took vigorous action against racial, religious and ethnic "hate crimes," and his office mounted a renewed effort to enforce the nation's anti-trust and environmental laws. In 2002, he received the Wiley E. Branton Award of The Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs in recognition of his "commitment to the civil rights of people with disabilities." All told, Mr. Thornburgh served in the Justice Department under five Presidents, beginning as United States Attorney in Pittsburgh ( ) and Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division ( ), emphasizing efforts against major drug traffickers, organized crime and corrupt public officials. In August 2002, he was appointed Examiner in the WorldCom bankruptcy proceedings to report on wrongdoing and malfeasance that led to the company's downfall. He was also chosen in 2004 by CBS to conduct an investigation into the 60 Minutes Wednesday segment on President Bush's service in the Texas Air National Guard. During his service at the United Nations ( ), Mr. Thornburgh was in charge of personnel, budget and finance matters. His report to the Secretary-General on reform, restructuring and streamlining efforts designed to make the United Nations peacekeeping, humanitarian and
2 development programs more efficient and cost-effective was widely praised. He also has served as a consultant to the United Nations, the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank on efforts to battle fraud and corruption. In 2006, Thornburgh received a Lifetime Achievement Award from The American Lawyer magazine for important contributions to public life while building an outstanding private practice. He has regularly been selected by his peers to be included in The Best Lawyers in America and the Pennsylvania Bar Association presented him with its Public Service in the Law Award in He currently chairs the Legal Advisory Board of the Washington Legal Foundation and served as a member of the American Bar Association s Task Force on the Attorney-Client Privilege. Throughout his career, he has traveled widely, visiting over 40 countries and meeting with leaders from Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Russia, Ukraine, India, Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Cambodia, Australia and Central and South America. He served as an observer to Russia's legislative (1993) and presidential (1996) elections. PUBLICATIONS Global Government Solutions 2011: Mid-Year Outlook, K&L Gates Publication, July 2011 U.S. Supreme Court: Key Decisions of Interest to Business This Term, Global Government Solutions 2011: Mid-Year Outlook, July 2011 Overcriminalization: Sacrificing the Rule of Law in Pursuit of Justice, Heritage Lectures, The Heritage Foundation, No. 1180, Delivered October 6, 2010, Published March 1, 2011 Global Government Solutions 2011 Annual Outlook: Supreme Court, K&L Gates Publication, January 2011 Global Government Solutions 2011: Annual Outlook, K&L Gates Publication, January 2011 Previews of Coming Attractions: The Future of the Dodd-Frank Act, September 30, 2010 Should Pennsylvania Have a Constitutional Convention?, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, September 21, 2010 Global Government Solutions 2010: Mid-Year Outlook, K&L Gates Publication, July 2010 The Government is Watching: Changes in the Political Landscape, presented to the Northwest Chapter, National Association of Corporate Directors, March 31, 2010 Global Government Solutions The Year Ahead, K&L Gates Publication, January 2010 The Challenge of Over-Criminalization and the Need for Reform, K&L Gates White Paper, January 2010 Over-Criminalization of Conduct/Over-Federalization of Criminal Law, House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary Hearing, July 22, 2009 Interview and Forum by the Center for Legal Policy at the Manhattan Institute, interview by The Manhattan Institute and Chief Executive magazine, June 8, 2009 Some Thoughts on Doing the Right Thing and Doing the Thing Right, Commencement Address to the Class of 2009 at the Fels Institute of Government, University of Pennsylvania, May 17, 2009 Three Mile Island - Looking Back On Thirty Years of Lessons Learned, presented to the Subcommittee on Clean Air and Nuclear Safety Committee on Environment and Public Works, March 24, 2009 Globalizing a Response to Disability Discrimination, Washington Law Review, Volume 83, Number 4, November 2008 The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: US Legislation with Global Implications, PLC s US Special Report, November 2008 Homeland Security and the Rule of Law: Methodology and Myth, November 2008 The Changing Legal Landscape for Intellectual Property, Washington Legal Foundation, Fall 2008
3 DOJ Issues New Guidance That Retreats From Aggressive Policies Followed in White Collar Cases, White Collar Crime/Criminal Defense Alert, September 24, 2008 Framing Legal and Human Rights Strategies for Change: A Case Study of Disability Rights in Asia, presented at the University of Washington Law School, April 2008 U.S. Supreme Court Rejects "Scheme Liability" Claims by Securities Class Action Plaintiffs, Securities Enforcement Alert, January 16, 2008 International Enforcement, 2008: The Long Arm of US Criminal and Regulatory Law, presented via webinar, December 7, 2007 Class Action Gamesmanship, The Washington Times, June 15, 2007 Puerto Rico's Future: A Time to Decide, 2007 Building and Retaining Trust in the Biomedical Community, Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, March 2007 White Collar and Corporate Prosecution After the McNulty Memorandum: An Overview with Comments and Insights by Former United States Attorney General Dick Thornburgh and Former ABA President Michael S. Greco, White Collar Crime/Criminal Defense Briefing, January 19, 2007 K&L Gates Diversity Newsletter, Winter/Spring 2007 Key Issues in Internal Investigations, July 2006 Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege: A Balanced Approach, Washington Legal Foundation, 2006 The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - US legislation with global implications, PLC Cross-border Quarterly, April-June 2006 Preserving the Integrity of Important Institutions, presented at the PricewaterhouseCoopers Intellectual Property and Commercial Litigation Leadership Forum 2006, February 16, 2006 Allow Television Coverage, National Law Journal, December 19, 2005 Homeland Security and Your Business, presented to The North-Central Regional Conference of the Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc, October 19, 2004 Six Lessons From WorldCom, Corporate Counsel, September 2004 Clearing Hurdles, enabledonline.com, July 28, 2004 Shedding Light on the Litigation Industry: The Case for Civil Justice Reform, presented to a Conference on Understanding and Addressing Threats to American Free Enterprise and Prosperity, June 28, 2004 Do The Right Thing, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 30, 2004 International Disability Rights: The Proposed UN Convention, presented to The Congressional Human Rights Caucus, March 30, 2004 A Crisis in Corporate Governance? The WorldCom Experience, presented to the Executive Forum, California Institute of Technology, March 22, 2004 Manage Your CEO Or Else, Chief Legal Executive, Fall 2003 Where the Evidence Leads, The University of Pittsburgh Press, September 2003 A Recent Supreme Court Punitive Damages Decision Unites Usually-Opposed Justices On the Need for More Guidance In This Area, Findlaw s Writ, May 28, 2003 Cure for Malpractice Premiums Lies With Congress, New York Law Journal, March 17, 2003 Fighting Corruption through Multilateral Financial Institutions, Orbis, A Journal of World Affairs, Winter 2003 Two Lawyers Say: Limit Damages, Fees, The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 8, 2003 A Chance to Rein in Unfair Asbestos Claims, The Bulletin (published by the Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association, December 5, 2002
4 Asbestos Litigation Has Gone Out of Control, The Patriot-News, November 22, 2002 Cure for High Premiums, The National Law Journal, September 23, 2002 Tools for the Fight Against Corruption, July 10, 2002 Youth, Pornography, and the Internet, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, July 2002 Well Before Sept. 11, Congress Overtaxed the F.B.I., New York Times, June 29, 2002 Just Say No to Toxic Tort Blackmail, April 15, 2002 Considering Employment Law, Civil Rights and Employee Benefits: A Status Report on the Supreme Court at Mid-Term (Part I), Appellate Briefs, March/April 2002 Just Say No to Tort Blackmail, The Wall Street Journal, January 21, 2002 Growing Technology-Based Economies: Observations and Reflections, December 3, 2001 What Role for the U.N. in the War Against Terrorism?, October 21, 2001 The Northwest Ordinance: No Precedent, The San Juan Star, October 11, 2001 Justice Department Should Study Criminalization of Business Conduct, Counsel s Advisory, September 21, 2001 Tools for the Fight Against Corruption, September 21, 2001 High Times in Sequoyah County, NewsOK.com, August 29, 2001 Disabilities and Civil Rights: The Challenges of Empowerment, July 20, 2001 Class Action Retrofit, The National Law Journal, July 16, 2001 Plan B for Disabilities, Legal Times, May 25, 2001 Plan B' For Disabilities, Legal Times, May 21, 2001 Enabling Behavior, The American Lawyer, May 2001 The McDade Law Creates a Cloud, The Federal Lawyer, March/April 2001 Puerto Rican Separatism and United States Federalism, Foreign in a Domestic Sense: Puerto Rico, American Expansion, and the Constitution, 2001 The Growing Federalization of Criminal Law, New Mexico Law Review, Winter 2001 PROFESSIONAL/CIVIC ACTIVITIES American Bar Foundation American Law Institute National Academy of Public Administration Washington Legal Foundation ADMISSIONS Bar of District of Columbia Bar of Pennsylvania Supreme Court of the United States EDUCATION LL.B., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 1957, (Order of the Coif; Case Editor, Law Review) Bachelors of Engineering, Yale University, 1954
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