Brian McEvoy is an accomplished litigator with a well-earned reputation for working tirelessly to achieve the best outcomes for clients and for thinking creatively and strategically to resolve difficult problems with efficiency and professionalism. Brian is a former federal prosecutor with a practice focus on white collar criminal defense and a special emphasis in health care fraud matters. During his service as a federal prosecutor, he received special commendation from the Department of Health and Human Services by receiving the Inspector General's Integrity Award for his work prosecuting Health Care Fraud matters. In 2008, he was named as the District's Health Care Fraud Coordinator and started the District's first Health Care Fraud Task Force.
Brian currently serves as both the Office Managing Partner for the firm's Atlanta office and chair of the Government Investigations group. He focuses his practice as a white collar criminal defense attorney handling health care fraud cases and other federal economic criminal matters. His practice also includes business litigation and government and internal corporate investigations. As a former federal prosecutor, he has extensive criminal trial experience in:
False Claims Act defense
Civil and criminal health care fraud
International Mediation and Arbitration
Environmental and other civil and criminal regulatory matters
Foreign Corrupt Practice Act matters
Due to his extensive experience litigating civil and criminal health care matters, he is uniquely situated to represent physicians, physician practice groups and other health care providers in almost any type of proceeding.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian F. McEvoy