Corporations and individuals facing allegations of white-collar criminal and civil violations call upon Kevin McCart to provide the effective legal strategies and investigative skills that will help them avoid prosecution and minimize damaging outcomes. Kevin has been lead counsel in criminal and civil matters in federal district and circuit courts, as well as military courts-martial. His global government and internal investigations background includes representing financial institutions, corporations and individuals in economic sanctions, money laundering, bank fraud, the Bank Secrecy Act, export controls, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the False Claims Act, healthcare fraud and industrial disasters matters.
Kevin guides clients in responding to criminal and civil government investigations throughout the country and the parallel administrative, regulatory and civil litigation that often accompanies these investigations. He regularly represents clients in investigations conducted by the Department of Justice, the Department of Treasury, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Labor, as well as inquiries and proceedings before other federal and state entities.
In addition to his government enforcement work, Kevin represents plaintiffs and defendants at the state and federal levels in disputes involving fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). He has secured favorable outcomes in mediation and arbitration. While Kevin represents clients in a broad range of industries, he has significant experience working with companies and individuals active in the financial services, healthcare and energy arenas.
Before entering private practice, Kevin was an active duty Army judge advocate, where he gained considerable trial experience as a felony prosecutor and civil litigation attorney. While deployed to Afghanistan, he led sensitive criminal and administrative investigations into allegations of detainee abuse, fraud and war crimes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin McCart