Mary has extensive experience defending complex white collar criminal cases, particularly in matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, export enforcement, including the Arms Export Control Act, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, International Emergency Economic Powers Act, and Export Administration Act, and health care fraud and abuse. She also has successfully represented clients in cases involving government contract and procurement fraud, political corruption, and improper political contributions.
With more than 25 years of trial experience and as a former federal prosecutor, Mary understands the anatomy of a government investigation and she is sensitive to the impact government investigations have on corporate clients. She has represented business entities, hospitals, municipal corporations, corporate executives and employees who have been under criminal investigation or criminally charged. Mary has represented clients appearing before a grand jury, responded to grand jury and administrative subpoenas and civil investigative demands, prepared voluntary disclosures, an FCPA monitor’s report, and negotiated criminal and civil settlements with both federal and state prosecutors. She also has significant experience in parallel criminal and civil proceedings involving the False Claims Act, Anti-kickback statute, export regulations, and U.S. sanctions laws. Recently, Mary has assisted health care providers in developing procedures for protecting patient health care information when responding to subpoenas, search warrants and requests from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.