Anthony D. Mirenda
|Networks:||Foley Hoag - Boston|
Harvard Law School
|Bio:||Anthony Mirenda represents corporations, officers, directors and other individuals in federal criminal and regulatory investigations, particularly concerning allegations of securities, health care, and government contracting fraud, and in complex civil litigation. He has tried complex civil and criminal cases in federal and state courts. In addition, Tony is a senior attorney supervising Foley Hoag’s extensive pro bono program providing representation for domestic violence victims.
Tony’s Business Crimes and Government Investigations practice includes representing health care and high tech companies, government contractors, and financial services firms, and their executives and employees. He represents clients in connection with federal and state investigations and prosecutions, as well as civil claims brought under the federal false claims act and RICO statute.
Tony’s practice also includes representing public companies, board committees, and officers and executives in federal criminal, civil and administrative securities investigations. He defends auditors against federal securities and common law fraud and negligence claims arising out of financial statement audits brought by audit clients, investors and others.
His work with high tech companies includes responding to investigations by federal agencies including the Defense, Justice, Commerce and State Departments in matters involving government contracting and alleged false claims, export controls and controls over classified information, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and alleged theft of technology or proprietary information. He also represents high tech companies in cases involving their software or other technology, including alleged theft of proprietary technology.
His work with health care clients includes representing providers, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and others in cases involving alleged Medicare and Medicaid fraud, and FDA or other federal regulatory violations.
He also counsels financial institutions in connection with federal investigations concerning bank fraud, FDIC regulatory violations, money laundering and related allegations, and represents corporations and individuals in federal and state tax investigations.
In addition to his trial work, Tony counsels corporations and other organizations that have been the victims of criminal wrongdoing, and has assisted clients in pursuing criminal referrals, civil actions against the wrongdoers, and fidelity insurance claims. He helps clients address a range of regulatory and corporate compliance issues, plan and execute internal investigations, and develop and implement corporate compliance programs.
Tony is a senior attorney supervising Foley Hoag’s pro bono Domestic Violence Prevention Project. He helps victims of domestic violence obtain and enforce restraining orders, and in related criminal proceedings. He has written amicus briefs on behalf of organizations including the Women’s Bar Foundation, Jane Doe, Inc., and the Domestic Violence Council, Inc. in cases raising issues of concern to victims of domestic violence. Over the past two decades, Tony has provided education and training for law enforcement, health care professionals, lawyers and law students on issues of domestic violence.
- Phone: 617.832.1220
- Fax: 617.832.7000