Our White Collar Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations Group represents clients around the United States and routinely draws on the talents of our Litigation & Business Disputes, Health Care & Life Sciences, and Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practices for experience in responding to matters within their areas of focus. We represent clients in criminal and civil government investigations at every stage of the process—from grand jury subpoenas or civil investigative demands through trials and appeals.
Epstein Becker Green's multidisciplinary approach provides our White Collar Criminal Defense teams with the type of strategic vision during the initial investigative phases of a matter that seeks to prevent our clients from being charged with civil or criminal violations. We work hard in the early stages of an investigation to avoid an unfavorable charging decision. Our attorneys are extremely credible in the investigative stage because government adversaries recognize our ability to obtain advantageous results for clients at trial.
Epstein Becker Green's litigators include the former head of the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Division, who later served as acting Attorney General of the United States, as well as former Assistant U.S. Attorneys, state prosecutors, and criminal defense attorneys who have successfully represented clients in a plethora of cases, ranging from financial crimes—such as False Claims Act violations, health care fraud, financial institution fraud, insider trading, and tax and securities fraud—to public corruption and crimes under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).
Range of White Collar Criminal Defense Matters We Handle
We offer comprehensive legal support for clients in the following areas:
- False Claims Act Defense in Health Care & Life Sciences
- Qui Tam/Civil & Criminal False Claims Act Defense
- Internal Corporate Investigations
- Individual and Corporate Criminal Defense
- Customs & Homeland Security
- Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- Government Contracting
- Public Corruption