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Ryan Blanch’s Legal Cases

13 total


  • Enterprise Corruption (Organized Crime)

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    Aug 01, 2007
    Outcome:
    No Jail Time Disposition
    Description:
    Client accused of numerous allegations arising primarily from operation of multiple medicaid clinics across the eastern sea board. Government alleged over $10 Million dollars in fraudulently billed medical procedures. Multi defendant case in which I represented the business owner and alleged ring leader. Charges included: Insurance Fraud Money Laundering Enterprise Corruption and Grand Larceny Sentencing Exposure: 20+ years imprisonment
  • Embezzlement

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    Jun 18, 2010
    Outcome:
    Misdemeanor Disposition: No Jail Time
    Description:
    Client accused of embezzling over $100,000 from fortune 500 company over a period of 2 years. Evidence included video footage of client appropriating funds.
  • Federal Price Fixing Conspiracy

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    Sep 30, 2010
    Outcome:
    Avoided All Criminal Charges and Penalties
    Description:
    Represented a Multi-Billion dollar company over a three year period in a 36-defendant case alleging conspiracy to fix prices in the market place. Case was precipitated by a criminal probe by the Department of Justice (DOJ). Several of defendants pled guilty to criminal charges and paid out hundreds of millions of dollars in fines.
  • Attempted Murder of Two Police Officers

    Practice Area:
    Criminal defense
    Date:
    Oct 18, 2007
    Outcome:
    Not Guilty By Reason of Mental Defect
    Description:
    Client was accused of shooting two police officers with a shotgun at close range. Case was highly publcized in the press. Together with my legal team we obtained a judgement in our favor pursuant to what is commonly known as the insanity defense. The New York terminology is Not Responsible by Reason of Mental Defect
  • United States v. International Conspiracy to Export Stolen Vehicles

    Practice Area:
    Federal crime
    Date:
    Nov 21, 2007
    Outcome:
    All Pending Federal Charges Dropped
    Description:
    Federal investigation into client's alleged leadership role in obtaining and transporting stolen vehicles from the United States Abroad.
  • RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act)

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    Dec 16, 2009
    Outcome:
    $25,000 in restitution paid. 3 Months served in jail.
    Description:
    Client was 50% owner in an allegedly corrupt business that the prosecution clamed had obtained over $20,000,000 in illegal funds over the course of 3 years. Evidence included video footage of clients meeting with undercover detective for days explaining the inner workings of the "illegal enterprise."
  • Insurance Fraud

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    Feb 08, 2011
    Outcome:
    No Charges Filed
    Description:
    Client owned and operated a multi office dental practice. The Attorney General's office alleged that client had performed thousands of fraudulent or medically unnecessary dental procedures on patients who dis not exist or whom did not recieve treatment. Government further alleged that client's offices could not have performed the number of procedures over the timeline in question as such a volume of patients and procedures would require "buying into" a "mathematical impossibility." I handled this case with my legal team for a period spanning over 2 years, during which time we worked to prove the government wrong.
  • Federal Wire Fraud & Corporate Kick Backs

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    Feb 25, 2009
    Outcome:
    No Charges Brought; No Restitution or Settlement Paid
    Description:
    Client was accused of having misappropriated valuable pricing and customer information as well as other trade secrets from the Fortune 500 company for which he worked. The company engaged an 800+ lawyer firm to represent it in pursuing civil and criminal charges against our client. I worked with my team for over 6 months on this matter during which time we diligently reviewed the facts and files surrounding the accusations.
  • Federal Pharmaceutical Crimes

    Practice Area:
    Federal crime
    Date:
    Nov 29, 2006
    Outcome:
    Avoided All Charges
    Description:
    My team and I represented a NY pharmacy which was being investigated and accused by the DEA in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney's Office out of Seattle, Washington. The government alleged that the pharmacy was collecting over $30,000 weekly in fraudulently filling prescriptions for thousands of patients who had not been to see a doctor, as required by law. Our client was alleged to have conspired with a nationally recognized online pharmacy to ensure that its prescriptions would be filled.
  • United States v. Telecom (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act)

    Practice Area:
    White collar crime
    Date:
    May 21, 2010
    Outcome:
    No Charges Filed, No Restitution Forfeited
    Description:
    Department of Justice investigated our telecom carrier client for allegedly bribing foreign officials in Central and South America as well as Asia in exchange for obtaining favorable contracts from foreign governments. I defended the investigation with my legal team for over a year. We were successful in avoiding any criminal or civil consequences for our corporate telecom client who continues to operate without government interference.