Michelle represents corporate clients and their executives in government and internal investigations, civil enforcement matters, criminal investigations and prosecutions, and other litigation alleging offenses including fraud, money laundering, bribery, insider trading, and violations of the False Claims Act (FCA), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). She assists clients in responding to subpoenas, civil investigative demands, and discovery requests, including the production of electronically stored information. Michelle advises on health care fraud issues, including Anti-Kickback Statute and Stark Law violations. She also works on a team advising generic drug manufacturers to ensure compliance with government drug pricing policies.
- Won outright dismissal of all 10 counts in criminal prosecution of 2017 Inauguration Day protester after obtaining sanctions for Brady violations against the U.S. Attorney’s Office. United States v. Litchfield, Case No. 2017 CF2 001235 (D.C.).
- Represents individuals in U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) FCPA investigation involving South American entities.
- Represents individuals in joint DOJ and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) FCPA investigation involving Mexican entity.
- Conducts internal investigations for government contractors to assess allegations of misconduct, evaluate potential exposure, and advise on appropriate disclosures or corrective actions.
- Represents government contractors in FCA litigation and government FCA investigations.
- Defends individuals in parallel DOJ and SEC insider trading investigations.
- Represented companies and their executives in RICO litigation involving alleged underlying racketeering acts of wire fraud, extortion, and cyber hacking.
- Conducted an internal investigation for a government contractor involving potential offenses of money laundering, bid rigging, customs violations, and FCA violations.
- Member of a litigation team that defended a government contractor and its executives against allegations of fraud, improper payments, and business torts.
- Works on a team to develop a pricing policy for a generic pharmaceutical manufacturer.
- Research Assistant, Professor Roger Trangsrud, The George Washington University Law School (2016-2017)
- Law Clerk, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, Criminal Division, Fraud and Public Corruption Section (2016)
- Legal Intern, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Public Safety Division, Juvenile Section (2015)
- Judicial Intern, the Honorable Alan Kay, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (2015)
- Women's White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA)
- Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia (HBA-DC)
- American Bar Association (ABA), Section of Criminal Justice
- D.C. Bar Association, Criminal Law and Individual Rights Community
J.D., with honors, The George Washington University Law School
B.A., Duke University
Editor-in-Chief, Federal Circuit Bar Journal Vol. 26
Bar and Court Memberships
- District of Columbia Bar
- U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
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