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White Collar Crime Defense

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Whether it is a subpoena or letter inquiry from an enforcement authority, interaction with a regulator or investigative agent, or an individual or corporate dispute involving fraud or deception, you need strong, insightful white-collar defense attorneys on your side.

DRM has broad and deep experience in white-collar law, both in the civil and criminal defense arenas. As Vermont’s first and only legal team dedicated to white-collar defense, DRM’s White Collar Group handles all types of federal and state investigations, prosecutions, and litigation. The attorneys have decades of broad experience defending businesses and individuals in white-collar cases.

For white-collar legal matters, our team deploys aggressive investigatory and analytic approaches to build a strong defense. The attorneys leverage in-depth understanding of the process of priorities to martial effective, results-oriented white defense strategies which include:

  • countering or deflecting an emerging investigation
  • mounting powerful fact and law-based defenses
  • executing strong white-collar trial defense and appeals
  • seeking advantageous resolutions when appropriate.

White-collar matters can affect reputation, financial security, and career opportunities.  Contact DRM’s White Collar Defense team for the robust, experienced legal representation you deserve.

Director Tristram J. Coffin

Tristram J. Coffin

Director

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Director Timothy C. Doherty, Jr.

Timothy C. Doherty, Jr.

Director

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Director Wm. Roger Prescott

Wm. Roger Prescott

Director

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Litigation Associate Monica Allard

Monica Allard

Associate

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Litigator Evan J. O’Brien

Evan J. O’Brien

Associate

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White Collar Crime Defense

EHR provider Modernizing Medicine pays $45M to settle DOJ, whistleblower case alleging False Claims Act Violations, Kickbacks

Modernizing Medicine (ModMed), a provider of cloud-based electronic health records (EHR) systems, has agreed to pay $45 million to the federal government to settle a whistleblower lawsuit filed in 2017 by Phillips and Cohen LLP of Washington, DC and Downs Rachlin Martin of Burlington, Vermont.
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O’Brien and Allard Admitted to United States District Court for the Southern District of New York

Litigation associates Evan O’Brien and Monica Allard have been admitted to the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (SDNY).
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Trends To Watch In White Collar Enforcement

DRM's White Collar Defense and Government Enforcement Group shares their thoughts on enforcement trends under the Biden Administration
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Monica Allard joins DRM

Monica Allard has joined Downs Rachlin Martin. Monica has begun work in the firm's Litigation Group in Burlington, Vermont.
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