Matthew Hubbell is a partner in the firm’s Charleston office, where he focuses on white collar criminal defense and False Claims Act litigation. Matthew began his legal career in 1991 as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of South Carolina, where he gained extensive experience prosecuting complex white collar cases. He subsequently entered private practice in his own firm, where for 17 years his clients included local and global companies, various health care providers, defense contractors, and numerous CEOs in complex white collar and False Claims Act matters. With many years of white collar and False Claims Act litigation experience, Matthew represents companies and corporate executives in internal investigations, grand jury investigations, parallel proceedings, litigation, and trials in various areas, including antitrust, anti-corruption, health care, environmental, tax, bank fraud, public corruption, securities, customs, forfeiture, and false claims (whistleblowers).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew Hubbell