Tony closely monitor business, regulatory and legal trends affecting organizations across all industries. He regularly contributes to the White Collar Law & Investigations blog and the Cross Border Compliance Update.
Tony represents healthcare and high tech companies, defense and other 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. His work with healthcare clients includes representing pharmaceutical, diagnostic testing and medical device companies, healthcare providers and others in cases involving alleged Medicare and Medicaid fraud, and FDA or other federal regulatory violations. Tony defends clients facing investigations by federal agencies in matters involving government contracting and alleged false claims, sanctions, export controls and controls over classified information, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other international anti-corruption regimes, and alleged cyber-espionage and theft of technology or proprietary information. He also counsels financial institutions and individuals in connection with investigations concerning bank fraud, FDIC regulatory violations, and money laundering allegations. He has tried complex civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts around the country.
In addition to his defense and trial work, Tony counsels clients on a range of corporate compliance issues, he plans and executes internal investigations, and he assists clients in developing and implementing anti-corruption and other cross-border compliance programs. He helps organizations that have been the victims of criminal wrongdoing to pursue remedies including criminal referrals, civil actions against the wrongdoers, and fidelity insurance claims.
Tony has authored amicus briefs filed with the U.S. Supreme Court and other appellate courts on behalf of civil rights and criminal justice organizations. He is a senior attorney supervising Foley Hoag’s pro bono Domestic Violence Prevention Project, assisting survivors of domestic violence to obtain and enforce restraining orders and in related criminal proceedings, organizations including the Women’s Bar Foundation, Jane Doe, Inc., and the Domestic and Sexual Violence Council, Inc. as amici in cases raising issues of concern to victims of domestic violence.
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