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What do you do when you get one of these . . . - Nixon Peabody


									What do you do when
   you get one of these? . . .
    . . . You contact one of us.
                              Nixon Peabody’s Government Investigations &
                              White Collar Defense group helps clients protect
                              their businesses, reputations, and legal rights in
                              all forms of investigations and litigation.

                               J. William Codinha  Partner
                             Extensive litigation experience in handling and defending high-profile white
                              collar criminal matters and investigations  Chief counsel, “Whitewater
                              Investigation,” U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban
                              Affairs (1994–1995)  Chief counsel, “Vietnam POW/MIA Investigation,”
                              U.S. Senate Select Committee (1991–1993)  Significant trial experience,
                              including more than 100 jury trials tried to verdict as First Assistant District
                              Attorney in Massachusetts  Massachusetts Special Assistant Attorney General
                              (Ward Commission)

                               David A. Feldman  Deputy Practice Group Leader,
                               Corporate Integrity
                             Significant experience in representing corporations, high-level executives, and
                              corporate managers in criminal litigation and SEC enforcement actions	
                               Counselor of clients in government investigations, FINRA disciplinary
                              proceedings, and Bar Grievance Committee matters, and in connection
                              with corporate internal investigations  Successful representation of prom-
                              inent business executive and stockbroker in SEC market manipulation
                              enforcement action dismissed in August 2008  Recognition in “Ten Under 40”
                              feature by Securities Law 360
                              Brian K. French  Partner
                            Extensive experience representing pharmaceutical and medical device companies
                             and their employees in government investigations involving alleged violations
                             of fraud and abuse laws  More than 13 years of experience in complex civil
                             litigation and class action lawsuits, including multidistrict litigation and State
                             Attorney General actions involving drug pricing and reimbursement issues,
                             financial services litigation, and lawsuits involving fraud, breach of fiduciary
                             duty, and unfair business practices  Adviser to companies on developing,
                             enhancing, and implementing their internal compliance programs

                              Kelly B. Kramer  Partner
                             Extensive experience representing companies and executives in criminal investi-
                              gations, securities inquiries, and class action litigation  High-profile clients
                              include members of Congress, high-ranking government officials, lawyers, lob-
                              byists, and political consultants  Significant international enforcement experi-
                              ence in criminal tax, fraud, antitrust, and corruption investigations  Led suc-
                              cessful effort to dissolve restraining orders entered at foreign request involving
                              over $500 million in assets  Plaintiff and defense-side experience in civil RICO
                              actions involving Native American tribes, employee health plans, major phar-
                              maceutical companies, and national gaming companies  Regularly conducts      internal investigations on behalf of corporations, non-profits, and associations

                              Alex Lipman  Partner
                             Substantial experience both in private practice and government with a focus on
                              securities litigation, regulation, and corporate governance matters  Defense
                              of individuals and organizations in SEC enforcement investigations relating
                              to insider trading, corporate financial irregularities, and securities sales practice
                               Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of
                              New York (2004–2007)  Branch Chief United States Securities and
                              Exchange Commission (2001–2004)  Senior Counsel SEC (1998–2001) 
                              Staff Attorney SEC (1997–1998)

                           Laura Ariane Miller  Practice Group Leader,
                              Corporate Integrity
                           	One of the “50 Most Influential Women in America,” National Law Journal	
                               Secured rare presidential pardon for client  Former law clerk to U.S.
                             Supreme Court Justice Byron R. White  Former Deputy Commissioner of
                             the U.S. Administration for Children, Youth, and Families  Special Assistant
                             to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services 
                             Experience with the Office of Management and Budget  Former aide to
                             House Minority Leader Gerald R. Ford  National recognition for represent-
                             ing lawyers and chief executives
                                      Mark A. Molloy  Partner
                                   	More than 11 years of experience in representing corporations, executives,
                                     and individuals during internal and government-led criminal investigations
                                      Significant experience in representing and counseling corporations on federal
                                     and statutory compliance matters, including drafting compliance policies/
                                     programs and training companies on implementation of compliance plans
                                      Former law clerk to Hon. William J. Zloch, the former Chief Justice for the
                                     U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

                                      Edward C. O’Callaghan  Practice Group Leader,
                                      Government Investigations & White Collar Defense
                                   	Fifteen years litigation experience in civil and criminal matters  Assistant U.S.
                                     Attorney for the Southern District of New York (1999–2008); Co-Chief of the
                                     Terrorism and National Security Unit (2005–2008)  Recipient of Attorney
                                     General’s Award for Distinguished Service (2008) and Director’s Award
                                     for Superior Performance (2000)  Significant experience handling interna-
                                     tional financial fraud investigation and prosecutions for the Department of
                                     Justice; RICO prosecutions; numerous bank and securities fraud cases; Foreign
ph4212-940-3754                      Corrupt Practices Act matters; and  export violation  prosecutions  Served         as Senior Advisor for Senator John McCain’s 2008 Presidential Campaign

                               Our services include:
                               4 Internal investigations                  4 Trials

                               4 Internal audits                          4 Appeals

                               4 Investigative requests                   4 Regulatory/enforcement
                               4 Grand jury subpoenas
                                                                          4 Compliance programs
                               4 Grand jury
                                 representation                           4 Sarbanes-Oxley
                                                                            compliance programs
                               4 Agency investigations

                               4 Congressional investigations
                                Mark D. Seltzer  Partner
                              	Special focus on defending pharmaceutical companies and their executives in
                                investigations of alleged violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute; Food, Drug,
                                and Cosmetic Act; False Claims Act; and Medicaid Rebate Statute  Federal
                                prosecutor for 13 years  Former Director of the New England Bank Fraud
                                Task Force of the U.S. Department of Justice in Boston (1994–1998)	            	
                                 Former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Criminal Division, Southern District of
                                Florida in Miami (1985–1994)  Representation of executives of medical
                                device manufacturers in government investigations of health care fraud
                                 Representation of senior executives in securities enforcement investigations       and financial institutions in various regulatory matters

                                David A. Vicinanzo  Partner
                               Former federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C., and New England  Former
                                Chief Prosecutor and Adviser to the U.S. Attorney General, obtaining 24
                                convictions during the campaign-finance investigation following the 1996
                                presidential election  Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey
                                during investigation of U.S. Senator Robert Torricelli  Appointment as SEC
                                receiver in a major investment fraud case in Boston; recovered $17 million for
                                defrauded investors  Representation of global medical device manufacturer
                                in groundbreaking industry settlement in New Jersey involving use of deferred
                                prosecution agreements and federal monitors  Recognized as one of the top     business crime lawyers with exceptional standing in the legal community

                                D. Grayson Yeargin  Partner
                               Significant litigation experience in resolving disputes with the federal gov-
                                ernment in criminal and civil arenas  Representation of multiple clients in
                                investigations and litigations, brought by both the government and qui tam
                                relators, concerning the False Claims Act  Extensive experience in repre-
                                senting and counseling  clients in  matters involving the Foreign Corrupt
                                Practices Act, various false statement and fraud statutes, and export controls
                                 Advisor to companies concerning disputes involving government con-
                                tracts  Former law clerk to Hon. Cameron McGowan Currie, U.S. District
                                Court for the District of South Carolina

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