Mr. Ricciuti concentrates his practice in government enforcement, white collar criminal defense, securities enforcement, internal investigations, and complex civil litigation. He has represented clients – as defendants, witnesses, or victims – in federal and state criminal and securities enforcement matters and has handled a variety of state and federal civil and administrative investigations and proceedings across the country. Mr. Ricciuti has conducted internal investigations and due diligence reviews on behalf of clients, handled complex domestic and international civil commercial disputes in the United States and abroad, and handled a variety of matters related to homeland security involving foreign assets and export controls. Mr. Ricciuti also routinely handles challenging civil matters on behalf of clients. He has tried dozens of criminal and civil cases to a verdict as well as civil arbitrations. He has also been involved in dozens of matters that proceeded to appeal in the Supreme Judicial Court, Appeals Court and First Circuit, as well as numerous administrative hearings and mediations.
Mr. Ricciuti is a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Suffolk University Law School, where he has taught Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure, a three-credit upper-level criminal course on Constitutional law and criminal process, for ten years.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Michael D. Ricciuti