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Mr. Sloman served as the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida from May 2009 until May 2010, where he led the federal effort to protect the safety and security of the more than six million people residing in the region. As U.S. Attorney, he focused on financial crimes, including health care and mortgage fraud, public corruption, violent crime, narcotics, and organized crime. Under his direction, the U.S. Attorney’s Office achieved a record number of convictions, including cases involving the prosecution of the largest Ponzi-schemer in Florida history, a court-appointed receiver and trustee, numerous Medicare and bank fraudsters, corrupt elected public officials, the heads of Colombia’s drug cartels, and high ranking members of international and traditional organized criminal organizations. As a prosecutor, Jeff tried approximately 50 cases to verdict.

Since leaving the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mr. Sloman has continued to try and win significant multi-million dollar verdicts on behalf of clients against the world's largest tobacco and security companies. Currently, he focuses on representing individuals and corporations at all stages of federal criminal and civil financial fraud matters primarily involving violations of healthcare, FCPA and securities laws as well as violations of FDA and environmental rules and regulations.