Mr. Gluck is regularly recognized by leading legal publications as one of the top white collar criminal defense attorneys in the nation. Chambers and Partners USA, one of the primary arbiters of achievement in the legal profession, has referred to him as "one of the smartest people doing criminal defense work" and “just unstoppable; a great strategist and team player who thinks outside the box.”

Mr. Gluck devotes a significant portion of his practice to representing health care providers in state and federal criminal matters. He regularly leads defense teams in multi-defendant health care fraud cases involving hundreds of millions of dollars in alleged fraud. He has deep experience in cases relating to compound pharmacies, telemedicine, toxicology testing, co-pay waivers, alleged kickbacks and improper marketing, grey-market medications and devices, coding, physician-owned distributorships, over-prescribing, medical necessity, unlicensed practice, and many other areas. He has developed effective methods to challenge improper searches, seizures, and investigative tactics related to health care providers and has obtained numerous dismissals of charges based on prosecutors’ misapplication of healthcare standards and regulations.

Mr. Gluck also practices in the area of complex civil litigation, including civil claims arising from allegations of health care fraud. He handles matters in state and federal courts and in arbitration.

Mr. Gluck has taught white collar crime at several local law schools. He is currently writing a book about conspiracy law.

Education

  • Stanford Law School, J.D., distinction, Executive Editor of Stanford Law Review, 1998
  • I.S.T.R.E., Brunoy, France, M.A., 1991
  • I.S.T.R.E., Brunoy, France, B.A., 1989

Honors & Awards

  • Ranked, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations, Chambers and Partners USA, 2017-present

  • Top Health Care Lawyers, Daily Journal, 2020

  • Global Leader, Business Crime Defence, Who’s Who Legal, 2020
  • Local Litigation Star, Benchmark Litigation, 2018-present

  • Best Lawyers in America, Criminal Defense: White-Collar; Health Care Law, 2017-present

  • Top 100 Southern California Super Lawyers, White Collar Criminal Defense, Los Angeles Magazine, 2017-2019, 2021

  • Southern California Super Lawyers, White Collar Criminal Defense, Los Angeles Magazine, 2012-present

  • Criminal Justice Award Honoree, ACLU Foundation of Southern California, 2013

  • Southern California Rising Stars, White Collar Criminal Defense, Los Angeles Magazine, 2005-2010

Representative Cases

  • Health Care-Related Matters

    Achieved a complete dismissal of all counts of a 20 count criminal complaint against a doctor that the state has described as “Public Enemy No. One” of the Medi-Cal system. The complaint alleged millions of dollars in fraud but following a lengthy preliminary hearing, the Court found the state failed to establish probable cause and dismissed the entire complaint.

  • Won dismissal of the 21 most serious charges in a high profile grand jury indictment against two physicians, a chiropractor, and eight employees and associates of a workers compensation healthcare provider. Each of the 21 now-dismissed counts carried a potential life sentence. Prosecutors alleged the defendants “permanently disfigured” 21 workers compensation patients in the course of committing insurance fraud by allowing a Physician’s Assistant to conduct all or portions of surgical procedures. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has described this case as the largest health care fraud in California history.

  • Successfully obtained a pre-trial dismissal of murder charges against the founder of a publicly traded company that runs substance abuse facilities. The case, which was prominently featured in local and national media, stemmed from a resident’s death at one of the company’s facilities in the state, and marked the first time in California history that murder charges were brought on such a theory of corporate liability.

  • Obtained dismissal of 89 out of 90 counts, including counts of insurance fraud and involuntary manslaughter, on behalf of client accused of allegedly masterminding a $100 million medical workers’ compensation fraud scheme. Mr. Gluck argued  that the indictment, which had previously been amended, violated their client’s constitutional and statutory rights based on the grounds that it’s illegal to add additional counts to an amended indictment without returning to the grand jury. Furthermore, the grand jury never found probable cause, a requirement for a criminal defendant to be prosecuted for a felony. After obtaining an order from the California Supreme Court requiring the review of the Orange County District Attorney’s grand jury practices, the Court of Appeal granted Mr. Gluck’s writ petition, ultimately resulting in the Court dismissing all but one count.

  • Reached a settlement with the SEC in our representation of the co-president and COO of the second largest publicly traded health care company. Mr. Gluck defended the executive in allegations of $2 billion in False Claims Act violations, and securities and health care fraud. In addition, he defended the executive in the DOJ criminal investigation, which resulted in no charge, and achieved a favorable civil settlement with the SEC.

  • Advised and represented a major cancer hospital in an internal investigation triggered by billing practices of a doctor.

  • Preserved an oncologist’s practice at trial on claims of unapproved medication use. The government declined to offer a reasonable settlement and demanded our client receive eight years in prison. Mr. Gluck took the case to trial and achieved an outcome of straight probation with no cessation of practice. The doctor’s story is in development for a Hollywood movie.

  • Represent numerous clients in false claims actions involving compound medications, durable medical equipment, in-home health assessments, psychiatric referrals, cardiac testing, and many other health care related areas.

  • Represented the country’s largest Internet pharmacy service provider. The government announced its intent to charge our client with 83 felony drug trafficking counts, which carried decades of prison time. Mr. Gluck made several persuasive presentations showing that the government’s theory was legally defective. The government dropped the threat and the matter was resolved for a single strict-liability misdemeanor and some community service. Afterwards, the National Federation of State Boards of Pharmacy and other government regulatory groups invited Mr. Gluck to give this same presentation to them.

  • Represented a licensed nurse at a skilled nursing facility who, along with twelve other nurses, was indicted and arrested on charges of felony elder abuse. The Attorney General’s Office had conducted five days of video surveillance of the nurses’ activities. Mr. Gluck crafted and presented a motion to dismiss, which was granted by the court, and charges against all twelve defendants were dismissed. The Attorney General’s Office re-filed the charges under a different theory but Mr. Gluck successfully convinced the Appellate Department to order those charges dismissed as well. This decision established new, favorable law for all providers in California and Mr. Gluck was invited to speak about it to various industry groups.

  • Defended a doctor charged with drug trafficking arising from his alleged prolific prescribing of opiate pain medicine. The sentence imposed was a fraction of what the government demanded and was criticized for its leniency by the Los Angeles Times. The government was so upset by the sentence that, in an exceedingly rare move, it appealed our result.

  • Represented a durable medical equipment provider who was arrested and charged with defrauding Medi-Cal out of more than $4 million. In presentations to the prosecutors, Mr. Gluck argued that his client’s conduct was within regulations. Based on these arguments, the prosecutors dismissed the fraud charges and allowed the client to settle a non-health-care-related misdemeanor and time payments of less than a tenth of the amount at issue.

  • Represented successfully a chain of kidney dialysis centers against qui tam allegations that the chain overcharged Medicare for drugs.

  • Defended claims of unlicensed and unapproved products / medications on behalf of oncologists, dermatologists, cardiologists and other medical specialists against claims of using unlicensed products, including “generic” Botox, Viagra, cancer medications, IUD’s, and other non-FDA certified products.

  • Additional Representative Matters

    Defended West Coast branch of a company specializing in the international transportation of valuables, and accused of money laundering. The trial ended in a jury hung 10-2 for acquittal. Another defendant had previously been convicted in a trial in New York and received thirteen years in prison. Eventually, Mr. Gluck helped obtained a complete dismissal of criminal charges against his client.

  • Defended one of the largest merchant-side credit card processors in a claim arising from fraud allegedly perpetrated by one of its merchant customers. After quickly winning a motion to dismiss that substantially reduced the amount in dispute to approximately $6 million, we won a dismissal on summary judgment.

  • Successfully represented a national newspaper being investigated by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for improper disclosure of private medical records.

  • Defended a religious community in a tax, money laundering, and money remitting prosecution. After winning a motion to suppress a search, a settlement was struck on the eve of trial with the dismissal of all counts against four of the five organizations, and a mutually acceptable fine against the fifth.

Affiliations

  • Co-Executive Director, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Division, 2019
  • Co-Chair, ABA International Litigation Committee, Criminal Litigation Subcommittee, 2013 – present
  • Adjunct Professor (White Collar Crime), Loyola Law School, 2015
  • Adjunct Professor (White Collar Crime), Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA, 2012 - 2014
  • Member, National Editorial Board, Criminal Justice Magazine 2009 – 2012
  • Member, Executive Board, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Health Law Committee, 2008 – Present
  • Co-Chair, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, Southern California Regional Subcommittee, 2010 – 2012
  • Program Coordinator, Southern California Regional Subcommittee, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, 2009 – 2010
  • National Co-Chair, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Committee Newsletter, 2006 – 2008
  • National Co-Chair, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Committee, Young Lawyers Subcommittee, 2005 – 2006
  • Chair, Los Angeles Regional Young Lawyers Subcommittee, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, 2004 – 2006

Recent News & Events

Other News & Events

  • Speaker, “Defending White Collar Healthcare Fraud Cases,” Los Angeles County Bar Association, 16th Annual Healthcare Law Compliance Symposium, October 2019
  • Speaker, “A 360 Degree View of Using Independent Monitors to Resolve Licensing Matters,” California Society for Healthcare Attorneys Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 2019
  • Speaker, “Ethics – Consideration in FCA Litigation,” CLE International 3rd Annual Qui Tam Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 2015
  • Presenter, “Prescription Audits: When the DEA or AG Come Knocking; Anticipating and Responding to Heightened Investigations of Prescribing and Dispensing Practices,” Webinar, November 2013
  • Speaker, “Ethics – Trouble Spots in FCA Litigation,” CLE International 2nd Annual Qui Tam Conference, San Francisco, CA, October 2014
  • Speaker, “Ethical Issues in False Claims Act Matters, CLE International, False Claims Act: All Points of View, San Francisco, CA, April 2013
  • Guest Lecturer, Federal Criminal Practice, USC Gould School of Law, October 2012
  • Speaker, “Ethical Issues for Healthcare Attorneys In The Land of Overpayment Disclosures, Provider Financial Relationships and HIPAA Violations,” American Bar Association, Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference, San Diego, CA, February 2012
  • Moderator, Erosion of Criminal Intent, ABA Third Annual Sentencing & Reentry Institute and Criminal Justice Legal Educators Colloquium, Washington, D.C., October 2011
  • Panelist, Health Care Fraud Prosecutions: Development And Trends/Defense Strategies,” Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA) Online Education, December 2011
  • Panelist, Rising Trends in Health Care Fraud and Enforcement,” ABA White Collar Crime Committee, National Convention, San Diego, CA, March 2011
  • Panelist, What’s the VIG? Emerging Issues in Internet Gambling and Criminal Enforcement,” New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, November 2010
  • Moderator, Rising Trends in Health Care Fraud and Enforcement, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, National Convention, Miami, FL, February 2010
  • Presenter, Internet Pharmacy: Regulatory Strategies,” Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards, National Conference, Chicago, IL, 2009
  • Presenter, Practicing Medicine And Prescribing Medication Online,” 5th Annual Healthcare Law Compliance Symposium, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Healthcare Law Section, October 2008
  • Presenter, Case Strategy: How to Investigate an Internet Pharmacy,” National Association of State Boards of Pharmacy, Baltimore, MD, May 2008
  • Presenter, “Fraud and Abuse Litigation: How to Help Clients Already in Trouble,” Los Angeles County Bar Association, Nuts and Bolts of Health Law, Los Angeles, CA, May 2006
  • Moderator, Aggressive Use of the Rules of Evidence to Gain Tactical Advantage: Views from the Bench, the Government, and the Defense,” ABA White Collar Crime Committee National Conference, San Francisco, CA, March 2006
  • Moderator, Playing Hardball: Tactics and Strategies During The Pre-indictment Phase of A White Collar Case, Los Angeles ABA White Collar Crime Young Lawyers Subcommittee, November 2005

Published Cases

United States v. Daniel Louis Delaney, 427 F.3d 1227 (9th Cir. 2006)

Jackson v. Calderon, 211 F.3d 1148 (9th Cir. 2000) (reversing penalty phase in capital case)

Publications

Mr. Gluck is regularly recognized by leading legal publications as one of the top white collar criminal defense attorneys in the nation. Chambers and Partners USA, one of the primary arbiters of achievement in the legal profession, has referred to him as "one of the smartest people doing criminal defense work" and “just unstoppable; a great strategist and team player who thinks outside the box.”

Mr. Gluck devotes a significant portion of his practice to representing health care providers in state and federal criminal matters. He regularly leads defense teams in multi-defendant health care fraud cases involving hundreds of millions of dollars in alleged fraud. He has deep experience in cases relating to compound pharmacies, telemedicine, toxicology testing, co-pay waivers, alleged kickbacks and improper marketing, grey-market medications and devices, coding, physician-owned distributorships, over-prescribing, medical necessity, unlicensed practice, and many other areas. He has developed effective methods to challenge improper searches, seizures, and investigative tactics related to health care providers and has obtained numerous dismissals of charges based on prosecutors’ misapplication of healthcare standards and regulations.

Mr. Gluck also practices in the area of complex civil litigation, including civil claims arising from allegations of health care fraud. He handles matters in state and federal courts and in arbitration.

Mr. Gluck has taught white collar crime at several local law schools. He is currently writing a book about conspiracy law.

Representative Cases

  • Health Care-Related Matters

    Achieved a complete dismissal of all counts of a 20 count criminal complaint against a doctor that the state has described as “Public Enemy No. One” of the Medi-Cal system. The complaint alleged millions of dollars in fraud but following a lengthy preliminary hearing, the Court found the state failed to establish probable cause and dismissed the entire complaint.

  • Won dismissal of the 21 most serious charges in a high profile grand jury indictment against two physicians, a chiropractor, and eight employees and associates of a workers compensation healthcare provider. Each of the 21 now-dismissed counts carried a potential life sentence. Prosecutors alleged the defendants “permanently disfigured” 21 workers compensation patients in the course of committing insurance fraud by allowing a Physician’s Assistant to conduct all or portions of surgical procedures. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has described this case as the largest health care fraud in California history.

  • Successfully obtained a pre-trial dismissal of murder charges against the founder of a publicly traded company that runs substance abuse facilities. The case, which was prominently featured in local and national media, stemmed from a resident’s death at one of the company’s facilities in the state, and marked the first time in California history that murder charges were brought on such a theory of corporate liability.

  • Obtained dismissal of 89 out of 90 counts, including counts of insurance fraud and involuntary manslaughter, on behalf of client accused of allegedly masterminding a $100 million medical workers’ compensation fraud scheme. Mr. Gluck argued  that the indictment, which had previously been amended, violated their client’s constitutional and statutory rights based on the grounds that it’s illegal to add additional counts to an amended indictment without returning to the grand jury. Furthermore, the grand jury never found probable cause, a requirement for a criminal defendant to be prosecuted for a felony. After obtaining an order from the California Supreme Court requiring the review of the Orange County District Attorney’s grand jury practices, the Court of Appeal granted Mr. Gluck’s writ petition, ultimately resulting in the Court dismissing all but one count.

  • Reached a settlement with the SEC in our representation of the co-president and COO of the second largest publicly traded health care company. Mr. Gluck defended the executive in allegations of $2 billion in False Claims Act violations, and securities and health care fraud. In addition, he defended the executive in the DOJ criminal investigation, which resulted in no charge, and achieved a favorable civil settlement with the SEC.

  • Advised and represented a major cancer hospital in an internal investigation triggered by billing practices of a doctor.

  • Preserved an oncologist’s practice at trial on claims of unapproved medication use. The government declined to offer a reasonable settlement and demanded our client receive eight years in prison. Mr. Gluck took the case to trial and achieved an outcome of straight probation with no cessation of practice. The doctor’s story is in development for a Hollywood movie.

  • Represent numerous clients in false claims actions involving compound medications, durable medical equipment, in-home health assessments, psychiatric referrals, cardiac testing, and many other health care related areas.

  • Represented the country’s largest Internet pharmacy service provider. The government announced its intent to charge our client with 83 felony drug trafficking counts, which carried decades of prison time. Mr. Gluck made several persuasive presentations showing that the government’s theory was legally defective. The government dropped the threat and the matter was resolved for a single strict-liability misdemeanor and some community service. Afterwards, the National Federation of State Boards of Pharmacy and other government regulatory groups invited Mr. Gluck to give this same presentation to them.

  • Represented a licensed nurse at a skilled nursing facility who, along with twelve other nurses, was indicted and arrested on charges of felony elder abuse. The Attorney General’s Office had conducted five days of video surveillance of the nurses’ activities. Mr. Gluck crafted and presented a motion to dismiss, which was granted by the court, and charges against all twelve defendants were dismissed. The Attorney General’s Office re-filed the charges under a different theory but Mr. Gluck successfully convinced the Appellate Department to order those charges dismissed as well. This decision established new, favorable law for all providers in California and Mr. Gluck was invited to speak about it to various industry groups.

  • Defended a doctor charged with drug trafficking arising from his alleged prolific prescribing of opiate pain medicine. The sentence imposed was a fraction of what the government demanded and was criticized for its leniency by the Los Angeles Times. The government was so upset by the sentence that, in an exceedingly rare move, it appealed our result.

  • Represented a durable medical equipment provider who was arrested and charged with defrauding Medi-Cal out of more than $4 million. In presentations to the prosecutors, Mr. Gluck argued that his client’s conduct was within regulations. Based on these arguments, the prosecutors dismissed the fraud charges and allowed the client to settle a non-health-care-related misdemeanor and time payments of less than a tenth of the amount at issue.

  • Represented successfully a chain of kidney dialysis centers against qui tam allegations that the chain overcharged Medicare for drugs.

  • Defended claims of unlicensed and unapproved products / medications on behalf of oncologists, dermatologists, cardiologists and other medical specialists against claims of using unlicensed products, including “generic” Botox, Viagra, cancer medications, IUD’s, and other non-FDA certified products.

  • Additional Representative Matters

    Defended West Coast branch of a company specializing in the international transportation of valuables, and accused of money laundering. The trial ended in a jury hung 10-2 for acquittal. Another defendant had previously been convicted in a trial in New York and received thirteen years in prison. Eventually, Mr. Gluck helped obtained a complete dismissal of criminal charges against his client.

  • Defended one of the largest merchant-side credit card processors in a claim arising from fraud allegedly perpetrated by one of its merchant customers. After quickly winning a motion to dismiss that substantially reduced the amount in dispute to approximately $6 million, we won a dismissal on summary judgment.

  • Successfully represented a national newspaper being investigated by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for improper disclosure of private medical records.

  • Defended a religious community in a tax, money laundering, and money remitting prosecution. After winning a motion to suppress a search, a settlement was struck on the eve of trial with the dismissal of all counts against four of the five organizations, and a mutually acceptable fine against the fifth.

Affiliations

  • Co-Executive Director, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Division, 2019
  • Co-Chair, ABA International Litigation Committee, Criminal Litigation Subcommittee, 2013 – present
  • Adjunct Professor (White Collar Crime), Loyola Law School, 2015
  • Adjunct Professor (White Collar Crime), Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, CA, 2012 - 2014
  • Member, National Editorial Board, Criminal Justice Magazine 2009 – 2012
  • Member, Executive Board, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Health Law Committee, 2008 – Present
  • Co-Chair, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, Southern California Regional Subcommittee, 2010 – 2012
  • Program Coordinator, Southern California Regional Subcommittee, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, 2009 – 2010
  • National Co-Chair, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Committee Newsletter, 2006 – 2008
  • National Co-Chair, American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Committee, Young Lawyers Subcommittee, 2005 – 2006
  • Chair, Los Angeles Regional Young Lawyers Subcommittee, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, 2004 – 2006

News & Events

Bird Marella Showcases Top-Tier Legal Talent with 19 Attorneys Named Among the 2022 Best Lawyers in America®

Bird Marella is proud to announce its inclusion in the 2022 edition of Best Lawyers in America® and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch by U.S. News. Nearly half of the firm’s entire roster of attorneys have been recognized and selected by their peers as outstanding attorneys in their respective areas of expertise.   The Best Lawyers in America (2022 Edition)  Terry W. Bird  ...

Benjamin Gluck Quoted in Daily Journal Article on FBI’s Return of Seized Property to U.S. Private Vaults Deposit Box Owners

In light of his recent victory in the U.S. Private Vaults case, principal Benjamin Gluck was quoted in the Daily Journal in support of the Institute for Justice’s efforts in retrieving their client’s property from the well-publicized FBI seizure in Beverly Hills.   Gluck continues to advocate for his clients and individuals affected by the unconstitutional search and seizure at the private vault service. With almost 30 individual clients affected by ...

Bird Marella Protects Client’s Constitutional Rights in the U.S. Private Vaults Debacle

Bird Marella achieved a significant victory against the U.S. Government, protecting a client’s Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights. This matter represents just one of the victims in the highly-publicized U.S. Private Vaults seizure, where government agents seized hundreds of safe deposit boxes from customers of a private vault service.   Since the raid in March 2021, Bird Marella has sought to prevent the government from interfering with the property rights of box holders for whom ...

Chambers USA Names Bird Marella “One of the Best Litigation Firms in the State of California” and Recognizes Eight Principals in its 2021 Rankings

Recognized as one of the leading boutique law firms in both California and the country, Bird Marella’s complex civil and white-collar criminal litigation practices received top marks in Chambers’ 2021 rankings. With a number of the firm principals individually ranked for legal excellence, Bird Marella outperforms in the courtroom, and ...

Bird Marella Files for TRO Against United States’ Search and Seizure of Safety Deposit Boxes Belonging to Hundreds of Customers

Bird Marella attorneys Benjamin Gluck and Ashley Bowman have filed for a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction against the United States for the unlawful search and seizure of their client’s property in violation of the client’s Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights.   During the week of March 22, 2021, government agents executed a search warrant at U.S. ...

Bird Marella Wins Dismissal Without Leave to Amend of FCA Claims Against Wireless Provider

Principals Paul Chan, Benjamin Gluck, and Julia Cherlow achieved a significant victory for mobile virtual network provider TruConnect, the fourth largest and fastest growing wireless Lifeline company in the United States, in a federal False Claims Act (FCA) lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.   The relators’ allegations threatened close to a half-billion dollars in ...

15 Bird Marella Attorneys Recognized as 2021 Southern California Super Lawyers

Bird Marella is honored to recognize the attorneys who have been selected for inclusion in the 2021 Southern California Super Lawyers list:  Sharon Ben-Shahar Mayer Terry W. Bird Joel E. Boxer Paul S. Chan Mark T. Drooks Thomas R. Freeman Benjamin N. Gluck  (Top 100) Gary S. Lincenberg Vincent J. Marella Ronald ...

Other News & Events

  • Speaker, “Defending White Collar Healthcare Fraud Cases,” Los Angeles County Bar Association, 16th Annual Healthcare Law Compliance Symposium, October 2019
  • Speaker, “A 360 Degree View of Using Independent Monitors to Resolve Licensing Matters,” California Society for Healthcare Attorneys Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 2019
  • Speaker, “Ethics – Consideration in FCA Litigation,” CLE International 3rd Annual Qui Tam Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 2015
  • Presenter, “Prescription Audits: When the DEA or AG Come Knocking; Anticipating and Responding to Heightened Investigations of Prescribing and Dispensing Practices,” Webinar, November 2013
  • Speaker, “Ethics – Trouble Spots in FCA Litigation,” CLE International 2nd Annual Qui Tam Conference, San Francisco, CA, October 2014
  • Speaker, “Ethical Issues in False Claims Act Matters, CLE International, False Claims Act: All Points of View, San Francisco, CA, April 2013
  • Guest Lecturer, Federal Criminal Practice, USC Gould School of Law, October 2012
  • Speaker, “Ethical Issues for Healthcare Attorneys In The Land of Overpayment Disclosures, Provider Financial Relationships and HIPAA Violations,” American Bar Association, Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law Conference, San Diego, CA, February 2012
  • Moderator, Erosion of Criminal Intent, ABA Third Annual Sentencing & Reentry Institute and Criminal Justice Legal Educators Colloquium, Washington, D.C., October 2011
  • Panelist, Health Care Fraud Prosecutions: Development And Trends/Defense Strategies,” Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA) Online Education, December 2011
  • Panelist, Rising Trends in Health Care Fraud and Enforcement,” ABA White Collar Crime Committee, National Convention, San Diego, CA, March 2011
  • Panelist, What’s the VIG? Emerging Issues in Internet Gambling and Criminal Enforcement,” New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, November 2010
  • Moderator, Rising Trends in Health Care Fraud and Enforcement, ABA White Collar Crime Committee, National Convention, Miami, FL, February 2010
  • Presenter, Internet Pharmacy: Regulatory Strategies,” Federation of Associations of Regulatory Boards, National Conference, Chicago, IL, 2009
  • Presenter, Practicing Medicine And Prescribing Medication Online,” 5th Annual Healthcare Law Compliance Symposium, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Healthcare Law Section, October 2008
  • Presenter, Case Strategy: How to Investigate an Internet Pharmacy,” National Association of State Boards of Pharmacy, Baltimore, MD, May 2008
  • Presenter, “Fraud and Abuse Litigation: How to Help Clients Already in Trouble,” Los Angeles County Bar Association, Nuts and Bolts of Health Law, Los Angeles, CA, May 2006
  • Moderator, Aggressive Use of the Rules of Evidence to Gain Tactical Advantage: Views from the Bench, the Government, and the Defense,” ABA White Collar Crime Committee National Conference, San Francisco, CA, March 2006
  • Moderator, Playing Hardball: Tactics and Strategies During The Pre-indictment Phase of A White Collar Case, Los Angeles ABA White Collar Crime Young Lawyers Subcommittee, November 2005

Published Cases

  • United States v. Daniel Louis Delaney, 427 F.3d 1227 (9th Cir. 2006)
  • Jackson v. Calderon, 211 F.3d 1148 (9th Cir. 2000) (reversing penalty phase in capital case)

Publications