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Our Case History

United States v.

Young, et al.

Case Nos. 2:12-cr-00502 & 2:12-cr-645, U.S. District Court for the District of Utah

We represented a company and its President and CEO against charges of conspiracy, violation of the Procurement Integrity Act, bribery, wire fraud, money laundering, honest services wire fraud and obstruction of justice in connection with the award of a contract for the training of special forces soldiers in Afghanistan and a subsequent investigation of that contract. The matter was resolved by agreement with the Government whereby the client pled guilty to a single, lesser offense in both cases and the Government agreed to seek no fine or restitution, return $2 million seized from the company’s bank account, and recommend a sentence of time served in pretrial confinement.

United States v.

Western Titanium, Inc.

Case No. 3:08-cr-04229-JLS, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California

We represented a titanium distribution company and its President and CEO against charges of conspiracy, fraud involving aircraft parts, mail fraud, violation of the False Claims Act, and making of false statements to the Government. During trial and before the Government even had concluded its case-in-chief, the Government agreed to resolve the matter by a corporate plea to a single count and payment of a $100,000 fine while dismissing all other charges and all charges against the individual defendants.

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