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Charles Dell'Anno



Charles Dell’Anno is a litigator in Nixon Peabody’s Government Investigations and White Collar Defense group, representing individuals and corporations across multiple industries.

What do you focus on?

I focus on representing clients through all stages of government investigations initiated by both state and federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and state Attorney General’s Office. My experience includes representing clients in connection with matters involving the Anti-Kickback Statute, the False Claims Act, the Securities Act and the Securities Exchange Act, and federal extortion and bribery laws, among others.  I help companies—and company employees—in internal investigations to assess and mitigate risk. I represent clients through all stages of enforcement proceedings, from grand jury proceedings through sentencing and appeals.

I also represent clients in complex commercial litigation including contract disputes, personal injury and products liability, and insurance coverage and insolvency disputes. I have experience representing clients in civil disputes at both the trial and appellate levels.

What do you see on the horizon?

Fraud enforcement continues to be a priority. Even under the new administration, the federal government has committed more resources to white collar enforcement, including international fraud and corruption matters involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Both state and federal governments will aggressively pursue criminal and civil enforcement of both domestic and international fraud.

Sailing coach caught in maelstrom

The Boston Globe | June 13, 2019

In the following coverage, Boston Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly is quoted regarding the favorable District Court decision for NP’s client, a Wells Fargo banker cleared of charges related to his role in the bond transaction for 38 Studios.

How Nixon Peabody’s Brian Kelly Crushed the SEC

American Lawyer “Litigation Daily” | June 13, 2019

Boston Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly is quoted regarding the favorable District Court decision for NP’s client, a Wells Fargo banker cleared of charges related to his role in the bond transaction for 38 Studios.

Banker Cannava claims victory over SEC in 38 Studios case

The Bond Buyer | June 12, 2019

In the following coverage, Boston Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly is quoted regarding the favorable district court decision for Nixon Peabody’s client, a Wells Fargo banker cleared of charges related to his role in the bond transaction for 38 Studios. The team on this matter also included partners Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, Stephen LaRose and Steven Richard, associate Charles Dell’Anno and paralegal Kanda Faye.

Judge clears banker in 38 Studios case

The Providence Journal | June 12, 2019

In the following coverage, Boston Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly is quoted regarding the favorable District Court decision for NP’s client, a Wells Fargo banker cleared of charges related to his role in the bond transaction for 38 Studios. The NP team on this matter also included partners Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, Stephen LaRose and Steven Richard, associate Charles Dell’Anno and paralegal Kanda Faye.

Contact

Charles Dell'Anno

Associate

Boston

Phone: 617-345-1097


Fax: 844-625-6310

Boston University School of Law, J.D.

Syracuse University, B.A., magna cum laude

Massachusetts

U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts

U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit

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