Jessica Natali is a white-collar criminal defense attorney and former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She has deep experience both prosecuting and defending a wide range of criminal and civil cases, particularly health care fraud and opioid cases involving doctors, pharmacists, and health care entities. Jessica also specializes in federal and state grand jury investigations. Jessica has handled matters involving health care fraud, Medicare/Medicaid fraud, financial services fraud, public corruption, election and campaign fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, mortgage fraud, tax fraud, securities fraud, national security cases involving IEEPA, immigration fraud, government contracting fraud, bankruptcy fraud, and money laundering, as well as assorted violent crime matters. She represents corporations and individuals in federal and state criminal cases, complex white-collar defense matters, internal investigations, as well as civil litigation and investigations involving the defense of qui tam/False Claims Act complaints and products liability cases. Jessica also assists clients to build and implement compliance policies and procedures consistent with the elements of an effective compliance program under DOJ guidelines.
Jessica currently represents clients from a broad array of industries in criminal and civil matters including large medical device manufacturers, doctor practices and individuals from pharmaceutical companies in investigations involving health care fraud, violations of HIPAA, Medicaid/Medicare billing fraud, violations of the Stark Law, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the False Claims Act and complex civil litigation. Jessica also represents or has represented high level executives of banking institutions and public officials investigated for a variety of different alleged offenses including public corruption, campaign finance violations, fraud, theft, and sexual misconduct allegations.
Jessica has advised and worked closely with a variety of federal and local law enforcement agencies, including: The Federal Bureau of Investigation, The Drug Enforcement Administration, The United States Department of Health and Human Services, The Internal Revenue Service, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Homeland Security Investigations, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, The United States Postal Service, offices of attorneys general, police departments, and district attorney’s offices.
- White collar criminal defense
- Government investigations
- Internal investigations and compliance
- False Claims Act qui tam cases
- Health care fraud
- Tax fraud
- Business fraud