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Representative Cases and Clients


  • Inside and Outside members of the Board of Directors of publicly traded companies
  • Inside and Outside Board members of federally regulated financial institutions
  • Board members of not for profit and tax exempt entities
  • Board members of governmental entities
  • Associate and acting Laboratory Directors and other scientists employed with National Laboratories and engaged in research funded by federal agencies, foundations and defense organizations
  • Scientists affiliated with other countries
  • Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
  • Senior-level and supervisory investigative agents of federal law enforcement agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF); Internal Revenue Service (IRS); Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); Department of Homeland Security (HDS); U.S. Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE); Department of Energy (DOE); Joint Federal, State and Local Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)
  • Superintendent’s and Chiefs of Police
  • Officers with the State of Illinois
  • Officers and Directors with the City of Chicago
  • Officers and Board Members of Scientific Research Organizations
  • Officers in the nuclear and gas industries
  • Officers and Managers of the Federal Reserve Bank
  • Officers of the Chicago Police Department
  • Officer of Pharmaceutical Research Organization
  • Pharmaceutical Research Organization
  • Medical and other doctors
  • Businesses which are the subject of investigations by the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • Officers and Directors of federally insured financial institutions
  • Employees with institutions which are subject to federal regulation


  • In 2013 through 2017 successfully represented a surgeon in credentialing and licensing matters.
  • In 2011 through 2013 successfully represented a shareholder/surgeon in obtaining a temporary restraining order, in a “for cause” hearing in arbitration, related court and administrative proceedings and in obtaining in excess of a million in compensation and attorneys fees and costs.
  • In 2008, Ms. Bogart successfully defended a business owner charged with attempted extortion.
    Additionally in 2008, Ms. Bogart successfully defended an officer and director charged with RICO, RICO conspiracy, and violations of various fiduciary duties.
  • In 2006, Ms. Bogart was successful before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in vacating a 20-year sentence imposed on a business owner convicted of money laundering and conspiracy charges.
  • In 2003, she successfully obtained a jury verdict in favor of a manager at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in his race and other discrimination claims.
  • In 2000, she was found most qualified by  bar associations, law enforcement agencies, community groups and the Federal Defender for the N.D. of Illinois to lead the United States Attorney’s Office.
  • In 1999, Ms. Bogart won a million dollar settlement against the Chicago Police Department and City of Chicago on behalf of several high ranking female officers in the first successful sexual harassment action against the department which resulted in the change of the Department’s policies and procedures governing sexual harassment investigations.
  • In 1998, she served as one of the lead outside counsels to the Judiciary Committee, U.S.  House of Representatives, Majority, in the successful impeachment of President William Jefferson Clinton before the U.S. House of Representatives and as sole lead outside counsel in the 1999 impeachment presentation by the Managers of the House Judiciary Committee before the U.S. Senate.
  • From 1994 through 1998, she successfully represented a 30-year officer and director of a savings and loan who was fired when she reported loan deficiencies and irregularities to the federal regulatory authorities.
  • In 1993, Ms. Bogart successfully defended an outside director of a federal savings and loan in a suit by the Resolution Trust Corporation seeking in excess of $30 million in losses.
  • In 1987, she became the first female to chair a high profile federal prosecution in which leaders of the El Rukn street gang were convicted of conspiring to commit terrorist acts in the United States on behalf of the foreign government and leader, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.  For this prosecution Ms. Bogart was awarded the U.S. Department of Justice Special Achievement Award
  • In 1986, as lead prosecutor, she successfully prosecuted the first Savings and Loan failure case, convicting all bank officials of RICO and other federal offenses.