- Diploma in European Competition Law, King’s College School of Law, University of London, 1997.
- J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 1984, Grand Chancellor, Order of the Coif.
- B.A., University of Kansas, Lawrence 1978. Highest Honors.
- 3M, Assistant General Counsel, General Counsel to Display and Graphics Business, 1989-2011
- Dorsey & Whitney LLP, Attorney, 1986-1989
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Law Clerk, 1984-1986, the late Judge Sam D. Johnson
Peggy Kubicz Hall focuses her practice on international law matters including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act , due diligence and internal investigations, and antitrust and competition law issues. She joined Greene Espel after serving 3M Company as Assistant General Counsel and general counsel to 3M’s Display and Graphics Business.
In addition to investigating potential misconduct and due diligence, Peggy assists clients with the full range of issues associated with potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.K. Bribery Act matters including developing and assessing the effectiveness of compliance policies and procedures, counseling on related remediation, reporting obligations, and senior management and board interactions. In addition to bribery-related issues arising under the FCPA and the U.K. Bribery Act, Peggy’s matters have included tender law violations, bid rigging, market allocations, financial mismanagement, trade secrets misappropriation, counterfeiting, and embezzlement.
Peggy brings substantial international, antitrust and competition law knowledge which reflects “real world” corporate experience to Greene Espel’s business litigation practice. She has a diploma in European Competition Law from the University of London-Kings College of Law and is well-versed in Asian competition law. Her experience includes antitrust investigations and counseling on distribution, monopolization, intellectual property, pricing, and other antitrust matters.
Peggy graduated from the University of Texas, School of Law in 1984, was awarded a diploma in European Competition Law from the University of London in 1997, and clerked for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in 1984–86.
U.S. Supreme Court
Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
Minnesota Federal District Court
State Bar of Minnesota
State Bar of Texas
International Association of Defense Counsel
White Collar Committee: Vice Chair—Anti-Corruption and Money Laundering
Minnesota State Bar Association
Section Vice-Chair, Antitrust Council
American Bar Association
ABA Section of International Law Corporate Counsel Committee: Steering Committee Member
ABA Section of International Law International Corruption Committee: Steering Committee Member
Minnesota Women Lawyers
Texas State Bar Association
TEACHING AND LECTURING
- I’ve Looked at Fees from Both Sides Now:, A perspective on alternative fee arrangements. William Mitchell Law Journal (Publication scheduled for January 2013).
- Anti-Corruption Compliance: What we can learn now from Wal-Mart. 2012.
- Costs of Corruption: Is the Current Debate Missing the Point? Humphrey Institute Presentation 2012.
- World-Wide Enforcement of Anti-Corruption Laws —Navigating The International Business Minefield. International Association of Defense Counsel 2012.
- International Anticorruption. Law Library of Congress (November 2011).
- International Aspects of IP and Competition Law. Minnesota Bar Association (May 2011).
- Multinational Discovery: Privacy and Process. E-Discovery Challenges and Solutions for 2011. LegalTech Forum NYC (February 2011).
- Developments in International Anti-bribery Regulation. Minnesota State Bar Association (October 2010).
- Mentors Speak! How Mentoring Improved their Leadership. Human Capital Institute (Nov. 2009).
- Developments in Asia Competition Law. Minnesota Bar Association (February 2009).
The Infinity Project, Board Member
Menttium 100 Mentor
University of St. Thomas Law School, Mentor