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Practice Areas

white collar criminal prosecutions, government investigations, complex civil litigation, securities, parallel proceeding, civil claims arising from health care fraud allegations

Professional Memberships

Visiting Faculty, Harvard Law School: Trial Advocacy Workshop

Member, American Bar Association: Criminal Justice Section, Health Law Section, Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law, Section of Litigation

Member, Federal Bar Association: Federal Litigation Section, Criminal Law Section, Health Law Section, Securities Law Section

Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Board Member, Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice

Publications

Co-Author, “When and Why to Consider Self-Disclosure of Criminal Conduct,” American Bar Association, March 21, 2019

Co-Author, “Six Ways To Avoid Being Co-Opted Into a Trade-Based Money Laundering Scheme,” Bloomberg BNA, May 14, 2018

Co-Author, “Backpage Dismissal Does Not Solve Websites’ Woes,” Law360, December, 2016 (with Julian Burns)

Co-Author, “United States: White-Collar Criminal Defence,” Global Investigations Review, October, 2015 (with Gary Lincenberg)

Co-Author, “United States: White-Collar Criminal Defence,” Global Investigations Review, October, 2014 (with Gary Lincenberg)

Co-Author, “FedEx Indictment Creates Bad Incentives,” Daily Journal, August 5, 2014 (with Benjamin Gluck)

Author, “Ruling in Chevron’s Ecuador Case Inspires a RICO Refresher,” Daily Journal, March 31, 2014

Personal

Visiting Faculty, Harvard Law School: Trial Advocacy Workshop