Christian Auty is an experienced litigator who helps pharmaceutical and health care clients resolve complex disputes, conduct internal investigations, and respond to regulatory and law-enforcement inquiries. He has an established reputation as a strong client advocate and is well versed in issues that arise at the intersection of law and technology, including data privacy and data breach response, electronic discovery, data storage and retention practices, and information governance.
Christian represents health care providers and pharmaceutical companies, as well as boards of directors and individual executives, at every stage of commercial litigation and in response to regulatory inquiries. He has served as lead counsel in matters involving anti-kickback statutes and the False Claims Act, licensure disputes, and has conducted internal investigations in response to whistleblower complaints and allegations of fraud and unprofessional conduct.
Christian also has significant experience advising clients from a wide range of industries on matters arising out of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 restructurings and reorganizations. He has managed numerous large-scale e-discovery projects and has been deeply involved in the development and execution of review protocols, supervision of third-party vendors and creation of effective workflow processes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christian M. Auty