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Michael Maya is an experienced litigator whose practice focuses on the resolution of complex civil disputes. He has particular expertise in the representation of clients in the healthcare industry and in cases brought under the False Claims Act and state consumer protection statutes. Mr. Maya also represents clients in a range of commercial litigation matters. He has represented clients at all stages of litigation, including pre-complaint investigations, motions practice, discovery, trial, and appeals, and he has appeared in state and federal courts across the country, as well as in arbitral tribunals.

  • Represented UnitedHealth Group subsidiary in qui tam case that DOJ moved to dismiss on the eve of summary judgment.
  • Counsel to major pharmaceutical distributor in False Claims Act litigation related to oncology medications.
  • Won dismissal of all claims under public disclosure bar in qui tam action alleging improper marketing of laboratory testing services.
  • Won summary judgment in qui tam action brought under California Insurance Frauds Prevention Act in connection with alleged fraud on private insurers.
  • Represented major pharmaceutical company in multidistrict consumer litigation arising out of product recalls, resulting in dismissal of all claims with prejudice.
  • Represented manufacturer of dietary supplements in consumer protection litigation related to product labeling.
  • Represented medical device manufacturer in DOJ investigation of alleged off-label promotion, resulting in civil-only resolution.
  • Won dismissal of qui tam action related to provision of security services to federal properties.
  • Represented pharmaceutical manufacturer in arbitration against licensee arising out of alleged breach of licensing agreement.
  • Counsel to major pharmaceutical company in putative consumer class action seeking economic damages based on alleged failure to disclose risks associated with prescription medication.

Pro Bono

  • Represented Louisiana man released from prison after 15 years in § 1983 action against police and prosecutors involving allegations of Brady violations.
  • Washington DC Super Lawyers, Class Action "Rising Star" (2014-2016)