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					                       Jeffrey H. Rutherford




                                                       Practice Areas
                                                        White Collar & Regulatory
              Jeffrey H. Rutherford                      Enforcement
              Partner
              jrutherford@crowell.com

              Los Angeles
              515 South Flower St., 40th Floor
              Los Angeles, CA 90017
              Phone: 213.443.5596
              Fax: 213.622.2690



Jeffrey Rutherford is a partner in the White Collar & Regulatory
Enforcement Practice Group in Crowell & Moring's Los Angeles office. He
specializes in white-collar criminal defense. Mr. Rutherford has consistently
been recognized as a "Southern California Super Lawyer" in white-collar
criminal defense, and was named by The Los Angeles Daily Journal to the
"2007 Top 20 Under 40" list of lawyers in California.

Mr. Rutherford has defended individuals in a wide array of white-collar
criminal matters, including public corruption, tax fraud, health care fraud,
procurement fraud, money laundering, bribery, conflict of interest,
antitrust, theft of trade secrets, off-label marketing, FCPA, securities fraud
and cyber crimes. He has been lead counsel on 12 jury trials and has argued
and briefed numerous cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mr. Rutherford's recent representations include:

      Representation of vice-president of investment advisory firm charged
       with antitrust bid-rigging and fraud in connection with bond
       investment work.
      Representation of charter school founder and executive director on
       charges of misappropriation of public funds, embezzlement, tax fraud,
       and conflict of interest.
      Representation of Lockheed Martin Corporation in connection with qui
       tam action regarding major Air Force contract.
      Representation of executive in connection with DOJ and SEC
       investigation of medical device company for FCPA violations.
      Representation of executive in connection with DOJ investigation of
       payola payments in the radio industry.
      Representation of multiple physicians in connection with DOJ
       investigations and prosecutions of health care fraud.




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      Representation of former KPMG partner in connection with civil
       litigation regarding tax shelters.
      Representation of multiple individuals in connection with criminal
       antitrust investigation of price-fixing in the airline industry.

Mr. Rutherford's jury trials include:

      Defense of employee of international seafood company on criminal
       charges of importing and distributing mislabeled products.
      Defense of public official and health care executive on charges of
       bribery, conflict of interest, embezzlement, and tax fraud.
      Defense of tax preparer on charges of aiding and abetting tax fraud.
      Defense of multiple individuals on charges of bank fraud, wire fraud,
       passing counterfeit instruments, money laundering, cyber crimes, and
       narcotics distribution.

Mr. Rutherford previously was a Deputy Federal Public Defender in the Central
District of California. Before joining the Federal Public Defender, Mr.
Rutherford was a litigation associate with a major law firm and a Cooperating
Attorney with the ACLU of Southern California. He is a past recipient of the
Pro Bono Advocacy Award from the ACLU Foundation of Southern California
and the President's Pro Bono Service Award from the State Bar of California
for his work on litigation fighting gender discrimination in local municipal
sports and recreation programs. Mr. Rutherford also served as a law clerk to
the Honorable Consuelo B. Marshall, United States District Judge, Central
District of California.

Mr. Rutherford received his undergraduate degree from the University of
Michigan, and his law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School,
where he graduated with honors and was an Articles Editor of the Minnesota
Law Review. He served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Loyola Law School,
where he taught trial advocacy, and has been on the faculty of seminars for
lawyers on law and technology and complex criminal litigation. He is a
member of many bar associations, including the Criminal Justice American
Inn of Court and the Cutthroat Lawyers Bar Association. He was a lawyer
delegate to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference and is a member of the
Standing Committee on Discipline for the Central District of California. He also
serves as the President-elect of the Federal Bar Association in Los Angeles
and on the Board of Directors of the West Coast Regional Subcommittee of
the ABA White Collar Crime Committee.

Before joining Crowell & Moring, Mr. Rutherford was a partner in the Los
Angeles firm Lightfoot Vandevelde Sadowsky Crouchley Rutherford & Levine
LLP.




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Education

      University of Michigan, B.A. (1989)
      University of Minnesota Law School, J.D. (1995) with honors

Affiliations

Admitted to practice: California
U.S. Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Central District of
California, Eastern District of California, Northern District of
California, Southern District of California, Western District of Michigan

Publications

      "Federal Criminal Practice," James Publishing. (2009). Authors: Barry
       Boss and Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
      "Overpriced Security? An Review of the SEC's Proposed Rulemaking on
       'Pay to Play'," American Bar Association National Securities Fraud
       Institute (October 2009). Co-Authors: David Willingham, Arwen
       Johnson and Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
      "Issues that Arise in Connection with the Appointment of Counsel," 27
       CAJC Forum 67 (June 2000). Author: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
      "Forward: Reexamining Race and Racial Identity in the United States,"
       15 Law & Ineq. J. 1 (1997). Author: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
      "Dzuibak v. Mott: The Need to Better Balance the Interests of Indigent
       Accused and Public," 78 Minn. L. Rev 981 (1994). Author: Jeffrey H.
       Rutherford.

Speaking Engagements

      "DOJ on Line One, WSJ on Line Two: How to Make the Right Calls in
       the Worst Case Scenario," Association of Corporate Counsel, Southern
       California Chapter, August ACCess MCLE program (August 2010).
       Presenters: Kelly Currie, Michael Cypers, Janet Levine, Jeff Rutherford,
       Mark Troy and Katie Balderrama.
      "Pay to Play," American Bar Association, Fourth Annual National
       Institute on Securities Fraud, Washington, D.C. (October 2009).
       Panelist: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
      "Understanding Complex Financial Fraud Cases," National Defender
       Investigator Association, Scottsdale, Arizona (September 2007).
       Speaker: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
      "Law & Technology Seminar," Defender Services Training Branch,
       Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Los Angeles,
       California (June 2007). Faculty: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.




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   "Complex Litigation Seminar," Defender Services Training Branch,
    Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Atlanta, Georgia
    (September 2006). Panelist: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Complex Litigation Seminar," Defender Services Training Branch,
    Administrative Office of the United States Courts, San Francisco,
    California (Sept. 2005). Panelist: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Law & Technology Seminar," Defender Services Training Branch,
    Administrative Office of the United States Courts, San Francisco,
    California (June 2005). Faculty: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Understanding Complex Financial Fraud Cases," National Defender
    Investigator Association, Los Angeles, California (September 2004).
    Speaker: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Law & Technology Seminar," Defender Services Training Branch,
    Administrative Office of the United States Courts, San Juan, Puerto
    Rico (February 2004). Faculty: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Pretrial Issues in White Collar Crime Cases," American Bar
    Association, White Collar Crime Regional Subcommittee, Los Angeles,
    California (January 2004). Panelist: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Introduction to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines," Federal Bar
    Association, Los Angeles, California (September 2003). Panelist:
    Jeffrey H. Rutherford.
   "Law & Technology Seminar," Defender Services Training Branch,
    Administrative Office of the United States Courts), Williamsburg,
    Virginia (June 2003). Faculty: Jeffrey H. Rutherford.




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