Based in Los Angeles and Practicing Nationwide
WE'VE DONE IT AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL.
My colleague, Indira Cameron-Banks, and I have over 20 years of collective experience as former federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, the most populace federal district in the country (the Central District of California). We have each conducted internal investigations of large public organizations and private entities, and led expansive government inquiries comprised of investigators from a multitude of federal and state agencies.
WE HAVE EXPERIENCE WHERE IT MATTERS.
And, importantly, Indira and I each share the rare distinction of having served in both the Civil Division and Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office. The Criminal Division is, of course, responsible for federal prosecutions—ranging from drug trafficking, to violent crime, to white collar fraud. By contrast, the Civil Division is responsible for representing federal agencies and government officials in affirmative and defensive lawsuits—ranging from labor and employment, to medical malpractice, to funding fraud and abuse.
Indira and I have each been singularly responsible for leading cases from pre-suit investigation, to formal filing, to formal discovery, to formal dispute resolution, to trial, and appeal—and we have done it on both the civil and criminal side. There isn’t much we haven’t done—and done well—at the highest level. For that reason, we are uniquely qualified to stand at the intersection of civil exposure and criminal culpability, and offer the type of experience and perspective on the best way to move forward that others cannot.