NOTABLE WHITE-COLLAR CASES HANDLED BY PRINCE LOBEL

Notable White-Collar Cases Handled By Prince Lobel

Prince Lobel has extensive experience in white-collar criminal investigations. Our attorneys have acted as legal counsel in 39 states and have appeared in 25 federal districts across the United States. Two of Prince Lobel’s partners, James Lawson and Walter Prince, have approximately 70 years of trial experience between them, and have handled state and federal trials and appeals since 1974. Our attorneys have argued cases on appeal in the First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Tenth, and Eleventh Circuits.

Below please find some of our firm’s more notable matters:

    • Represented three witnesses who were called to testify before the United States House of Representatives, where the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct was investigating the conduct of a House member.
    • Represented a Massachusetts state senator charged with federal income tax violations.
    • Represented the chief executive officer of a multimillion dollar company involved in the “pay to play” federal public corruption investigation of the Mayor of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and other public officials.  Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented a manager of one of the Detroit Three automakers for alleged EPA violations including illegally importing and disposing of hazardous waste from a South American production facility. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented the CEO of a company accused of submitting fraudulent payment vouchers for services not rendered. Our client was acquitted on nine out of ten counts.
    • Represented the CEO of a major government contractor with offices throughout the United States and abroad, who was suspected of submitting false bills for services rendered outside of the United States. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented a manager of an internationally acclaimed hospital, who was being investigated for receiving bribes and kickbacks from a pharmaceutical company. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented a manager of a global medical device manufacturer who was being investigated for submitting false documents and reports to the Food and Drug Administration in order to obtain approval of a well-known medical device. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented the pharmacy manager of a health care provider who was alleged to have received kickbacks and bribes from a pharmaceutical company. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented an employee who was indicted for telemarketing fraud. Our client was acquitted after trial.
    • Conducted an internal investigation for a national insurance company of several employees accused of fraud and material misrepresentations to insurance companies in London and Bermuda.
    • Represented a corporate officer of the largest contractor involved in the “Big Dig” construction project in Massachusetts in a federal investigation for fraud and criminal negligence. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented an elected official who was investigated for allegedly violating 18 USC § 1513(e). Our defense of the client required the filing of a complaint against the U.S. attorney with the Department of Justice, Office of Professional Responsibility. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented a Harvard University professor whose arrest for a minor offense received national and international media coverage. The charge was dismissed.
    • Represented the president of a major California company charged with fraud related to business dealings with Digital Equipment Corporation. Our client was acquitted after a four-month jury trial.
    • Represented a European businessman in a matter of first impression nationally. The defendant’s motion to dismiss was allowed.
    • Represented a Canadian telemarketing firm that was being investigated for mail and wire fraud, resulting in no indictment.
    • Represented the president of a high-tech manufacturing firm who was charged with defrauding the United States by evading contract specifications and requirements. Our client was acquitted after a three-month jury trial.
    • Represented a corporate officer who was being investigated for possible SEC violations. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented an attorney in connection with potential SEC violations, resulting in no indictment.
    • Conducted an internal investigation of a manufacturing firm with foreign bank accounts.
    • Represented lawyers, accountants, and businesspeople in numerous tax investigations.
    • Represented presidents, owners, and executives in pharmaceutical and United States customs investigations.
    • Represented a corporate officer in an FDA investigation involving clinical trials of a significant medical device. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented an MIT student in an investigation involving the Department of Homeland Security. Prince Lobel attorneys successfully demonstrated our client’s innocence.
    • Represented the presidents of two different transportation companies in investigations involving the improper procurement of city contracts, with no indictment in either case.
    • Represented the president of a company in an FBI investigation of political corruption. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented a nationally known physician in a health fraud investigation. Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented the sales representative of major pharmaceutical company in a health fraud investigation.  Our client was not indicted.
    • Represented a medical director of an international biopharmaceutical company in a large federal investigation of alleged off-label marketing of drugs and medical devices.
    • Represented a university official in a significant larceny investigation. Our client was not indicted.