Anthony Mirenda represents national and international corporations, and their officers, directors and others in federal criminal and regulatory investigations, particularly concerning allegations of health care, securities, and government contracting fraud, in international anti-corruption, sanctions and export control matters, in complex civil litigation, and in confidential internal investigations. He has tried complex civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts around the country. In addition, Tony is a senior attorney in Foley Hoag’s extensive pro bono program representing survivors of domestic violence and authoring amicus briefs on important issues of criminal justice and civil right. He regularly contributes to the White Collar Law & Investigations blog and the Cross Border Compliance Update.
Tony represents health care and high tech companies, manufacturers, government contractors, and financial services firms in federal and state criminal and regulatory investigations as well as civil litigation, including civil claims brought under the federal False Claims Act, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and the RICO statute. He represents public companies, board committees, and officers and executives in federal criminal, civil and administrative securities investigations, and defends auditors against federal securities and common law fraud and negligence claims. His work with health care clients includes representing providers, pharmaceutical, diagnostic testing and medical device companies, and others in cases involving alleged Medicare and Medicaid fraud, and FDA or other federal regulatory violations.More »