After more than a decade of service at the Department of Justice as a prosecutor and... more
After more than a decade of service at the Department of Justice as a prosecutor and handling False Claims Act cases and qui tam (whistleblower) suits, and after four years as counsel at Covington Burling, I launched my own firm in 2009. I now bring my lengthy False Claims Act experience to the needs of individuals and small and medium-size companies facing government investigations or wishin... view profile
Past President, Florida National Employment Lawyers Association. Frequent author and... more
Past President, Florida National Employment Lawyers Association. Frequent author and speaker to the profession. One of only six attorneys ranked as a "Super Lawyer" by his peers in each and every poll conducted by the Journal of Law and Politics since 2005. Active in the national leadership of the Anti-Defamation League. Leader of two relief missions as Executive Director of Global Impact Volun... view profile
A privacy attorney helps protect your right to keep personal information private. Privacy laws like HIPAA limit how much personal information the government or a company can collect about you, as well as how they collect it. For example, privacy laws protect you against the misuse of your social security information, medical records, or credit history. Concern about Internet privacy has also grown in recent years with the increase in computer fraud and identity theft. If you are concerned that your privacy has been invaded, or if you are accused of invading someone else's privacy, a privacy law attorney can help you understand your options and decide what actions to take.