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Evan Andrew Parke

Washington DC
(202) 316-7324


Washington, D.C.


Government Investigations, Intellectual Property, IP Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Investigation, White Collar and Fraud



Northwestern University School of Law (J.D.)
University of Minnesota (M.S., Immunology, Medical Pathology and Microbiology)
University of Illinois (B.S., Biochemistry)



Evan is a dedicated trial attorney and counselor experienced with intellectual property, white collar and tech-intensive litigation and government investigation matters. This includes high stakes cases or investigations where parties faced millions and sometimes billions of dollars of potential exposure. His work has been covered by Dateline NBC, The Washington Post and other news outlets.

Evan previously served as an award-winning Assistant Chief of the Federal Communications Commission's Investigations and Hearings Division. In that role he coordinated with officials at state and federal agencies on high profile investigations. Evan has advised private clients on a wide array of government-related matters concerning the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the International Trade Commission (ITC). He also has represented clients under investigation by Main Justice and other law enforcement agencies.

As a few examples, Evan has

Evan also advises individuals and organizations in the cannabis and medicinal psychedelics sectors. He understands the complex business landscape facing innovators in these fields and is quick to provide leading edge advice on civil, white collar and regulatory issues.

Evan graduated Northwestern University School of Law in 2003, is registered before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and has graduate and undergraduate degrees in several scientific disciplines including biochemistry, immunology and medical pathology. He is an active member of the D.C. Bar and has served two terms on the D.C. Bar's Lawyer Assistance Committee. Evan is admitted to the Federal and Ninth Circuits and before several federal district courts.