Michael Chase is a member of the firm’s Government Investigations and White Collar Criminal Defense group. He represents organizations and individuals in government investigations, internal investigations, and criminal matters. He regularly represents clients in matters being investigated by the United States Department of Justice, the FBI, federal and state regulators, state attorneys general, and other law enforcement agencies. Michael also conducts internal investigations for companies in a variety of industries, including financial services, higher education, healthcare, environmental and insurance.
Michael has served as a member of the trial team in several federal jury trials including the largest mortgage fraud prosecution ever brought in the District of Connecticut and the nation’s first-ever TARP fraud prosecution. He has also represented financial institutions, public and private schools, and insurance companies as victims in criminal fraud cases, helping them secure restitution orders to the extent of their losses.
Michael is also a member of the firm’s Litigation practice group and represents a wide range of individual and business clients in civil litigation. Michael focuses on matters brought under the federal and state false claims acts, the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act, and other complex financial matters, frequently involving allegations of fraud. He represents clients through every stage of trial, including development of litigation strategy, conducting depositions, performing witness examinations, and settlement negotiations. He has drafted and successfully argued dispositive motions in federal and state courts, and has authored successful appeal briefs to the United States Courts of Appeals.
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