Adam Schwartz concentrates his practice on white collar criminal defense, False Claims Act (qui tam/whistleblower) defense, and health care fraud and abuse matters. He represents individuals and corporations in internal investigations, securities and accounting fraud, asset forfeiture, real estate and mortgage fraud, defense contractor fraud, money laundering, corporate compliance, grand jury practice and procedure, and complex civil fraud defense. He advises clients on BSA/AML and Patriot Act compliance and defends bank officers and directors in FDIC litigation.
Adam advises pharmaceutical wholesalers on regulatory compliance laws including the Drug Quality and Security Act and the Drug Supply Chain Security Act.
Prior to joining the firm, Adam prosecuted money laundering and asset forfeiture matters as an assistant U.S. attorney with the Eastern District of New York.
Adam speaks regularly before other practitioners on topics ranging from health care fraud to attorney-client privilege considerations during internal investigation. He has been co-chair of the American Bar Association White Collar Crime Subcommittee for the Florida Region since 2007. Adam chairs the firm's White Collar Crime and Government Investigations Practice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Adam P. Schwartz