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    • J.D., cum laude, Boston University, 1992
    • B.A., Stanford University, 1988, with distinction and departmental honors; Phi Beta Kappa

Jonathan Rosen is a highly regarded former federal and state prosecutor, having won more than 100 trials. He has argued numerous cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. He focuses on health care fraud, consumer fraud, public corruption, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, corporate and securities fraud, export control violations, antitrust violations, money laundering, and government contracts. He has defended individuals in high-profile criminal cases and congressional investigations while also representing publicly traded companies in criminal cases, parallel civil and administrative matters, compliance issues, and internal investigations.

  • Successfully defended allegations of corporate malfeasance associated with the marketing of first tier pharmaceutical product.
  • Conducted investigation and advocated for client's innocence in a series of debriefings conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • Conducted investigation of allegations involving violations of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, and persuaded government not to prosecute entity for offenses associated with food poisoning.
  • Successfully obtained acquittal on all charges at trial of a criminal prosecution of the director of a health care practice.
  • Conducted investigation into company's options back dating practices and persuaded Securities and Exchange Commission not to file charges.
  • Defended public corruption and tax charges against president of nonprofit implicated in corruption investigation. Persuaded the government and court to sentence client to probation.
  • Conducted investigation into allegations of kickbacks and corruption associated with project financed by the Inter-American Development Bank. Drafted brief and obtained no sanctions for client.
  • Conducted investigation concerning company's mortgage practices under review by the FTC and obtained consent agreement, which ensured company's continued viability and profitability.
  • Conducted investigation into allegations of consumer fraud and obtained consent agreement, which ensured company's continued viability and profitability.
  • Conducted internal investigation for Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company and defended company in criminal false claims allegations investigated by USAO-WDVA.
  • Conducted internal investigation for Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company into criminal false claims allegations investigated by USAO-Mass.
  • Conducted internal investigation for Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company into criminal false claims allegations and securities fraud allegations investigated by DOJ and SEC.
  • Conduct internal investigation and defend several home health care companies against criminal false claims allegations investigated by USAO-DC.
  • Defend podiatrist against criminal false claims investigation conducted by USAO-EDMO.
  • Conducted internal investigation and defended criminal false claims allegations against DME company in investigation conducted by USAO-EDVA.

 

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