Evan Lieberman


  • Americas
  • Investigation Services
  • Due Diligence

Evan Lieberman is a Principal within Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice in the Americas region. He has over thirty years of experience – first as a litigator and then as a consultant and as an investigator.

Leveraging his extensive experience, Evan manages and conducts investigations around the world.  With his deep understanding of the pressing issues faced by today’s legal and business communities, Evan plays a leading role in developing and implementing strategic initiatives to address industry trends – extending the firm’s reach into new markets.  

Recent tasks that Evan has worked on include:

  • Successfully leading a strategic initiative to support the defense of manufacturers, distributors, and commercial pharmacies in the Opioids Litigation.
  • Spearheading the anticorruption compliance efforts of a major Israeli defense contractor, including global due diligence and investigations.
  • Supporting the pre-listing and de-listing investigations - and related administrative hearings - on behalf of leading stock exchanges internationally.
  • Creating a strategic partnership for asset tracing with a global consortium of asset-recovery practitioners. 

    Prior to joining Control Risks, Evan spent a decade as a managing director and in-house counsel at a global investigations company and, most recently, as a managing director in a prominent litigation consultancy where he assisted in the successful launch of an expert-witness agency.  

    Earlier in his career, Evan practiced as a commercial litigator trying complex commercial matters involving contract, construction and insurance-coverage disputes.  He is admitted to the bar of New York State and of the U.S. District Courts for the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of New York. Evan holds a J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law and an A.B. in Economics and Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis.

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