John Huber is a veteran trial attorney and statured leader in his field with over 26 years of litigation experience handling numerous trials at every level of state and federal court. Having served as the U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah from 2015-2021, John was the longest-tenured active U.S. Attorney in the United States. First nominated by President Obama and later re-nominated by President Trump, he was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate both times. John focuses his practice on complex investigations and litigation of white collar fraud, internal corporate fraud, bank fraud, securities fraud, health care fraud, False Claims Act, Qui Tam, and trade secrets.
During his tenure in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Utah, cases prosecuted increased significantly with many complex and notorious matters crossing his desk. John has handled matters of national security, domestic and international terrorism and espionage, controlled substances diversion, trade secrets, and has prosecuted several high-profile violent crimes, including leading high-level prosecutions against various gangs. He was also appointed to serve three years on the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee of U.S. Attorneys (AGAC), where he helped shape and oversee U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) practice and policy.
Over the course of his career John has personally tried hundreds of civil and criminal cases to verdict, including personally trying 11 cases to jury verdict and supervising and directing 30+ others in Federal Court.
- Complex criminal investigations and white collar fraud