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Giulia di Marzo is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office and a member of the White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice Group. Ms. di Marzo’s practice focuses on representing pharmaceutical and healthcare companies and their board of directors in broad-ranging federal and state civil and criminal investigations. She also has complementary litigation experience in defending False Claims Act suits.

  • Representing the Special Committee of the Board of a pharmaceutical company in a federal investigation relating to alleged false statements, fraud, and violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
  • Representing pharmaceutical company in ongoing criminal and civil investigation concerning sales and marketing practices.
  • Representing numerous pharmaceutical companies, including a Fortune 25 company, in private qui tam litigations concerning sales and marketing practices and other reimbursement-related issues.
  • Represented the State of Minnesota in complex environmental litigation involving claims under state statutory and common law, securing $850 million settlement (the largest Natural Resource Damages settlement to date).
  • Represented major financial institution in False Claims Act action involving allegations related to the 2008 financial crisis.

Pro Bono

  • Represented former death row inmate in new murder trial in Mobile, Alabama; obtained favorable plea offer after conducting voir dire.
  • Court-appointed in § 1983 action to represent individual who suffered multiple incidents of abuse at the hands of correctional officers employed at Prince George’s County Correctional Center; obtained a confidential settlement.
  • Represented plaintiff in Tucker Act case against the federal government relating to plaintiff’s service as a confidential informant.
  • Represented individual in criminal appeal to the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.