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Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations - California
"Anthony has a very creative legal mind. He will always think of the normal way to do things, but has the courage not to take the standard move and to move creatively." "His subject matter expertise is unparalleled and he has his unique methodology for ensuring that his clients' interests are protected." "Anthony knows the law and thinks strategically."
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Mr. Pacheco is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division. Mr. Pacheco participated in all aspects of federal criminal investigation and prosecution, particularly regarding grand jury proceedings, federal trial practice, intercepted wire communications, and the international investigation and prosecution of criminal organizations.
Mr. Pacheco’s clients include public and private companies, medical centers, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, laboratories, software companies, brokerages, financial institutions, municipalities, universities, studios, post-production companies, high-level executives, doctors, lawyers, accountants and nonprofit entities. He has handled over 100 internal investigations and has managed sensitive public relations issues dealing with federal and state criminal, quasi-criminal, civil, regulatory, administrative and parallel proceedings.
Mr. Pacheco has substantial experience with health care fraud and abuse, False Claims Act, Stark and anti-kickback laws, HIPAA, data privacy and cyber security, whistleblower claims, securities and financial fraud, insider trading, campaign finance, environmental crimes, tax, antitrust, defense contractor fraud, elder abuse, bank fraud, money laundering, obstruction of justice, extortion, consumer protection, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, executive/employee misconduct, extradition, #metoo, and wire and mail fraud.