Complex white collar criminal defense and civil litigation, with a particular emphasis on claims arising from allegations of health care fraud.
Concentrates practice on white collar criminal defense, representing health care providers in state and federal criminal matters. Has extensive experience in the areas of grey-market medications and devices, physician-owned distributorships, improper referrals, over-prescribing, medical necessity, and unlicensed practice.
National Vice-Chair, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Committee
Stanford Law School;
Former Adjunct Professor (White Collar Crime) - Loyola Law School and Southwestern Law School