Experienced litigator, part-time academic, and author. Listed by SuperLawyers and Best Lawyers, among other ranking services. Past Chair of ABA Health Law Section and Past Chair of White Collar Crimes Committee in ABA Business Law Section. Experience includes 100+ cases as lead trial counsel, numerous appeals, and teaching trial skills to lawyers and students as an Adjunct Professor of Law and a faculty instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. As an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Houston Law Center I've taught Trial Advocacy, Food & Drug Law, and Antitrust & Health Law. As an Adjunct Professor for the College of Pharmacy at the University of Florida, I've taught pharmaceutical fraud and abuse to Masters level pharmacy students. I hold LL.M. degrees (Tax and Health Law) and since the late 1980s, have been Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. I have spoken nationally (and internationally), and have written about issues in antitrust, compliance and governance, cybersecurity, health law, pharmaceutical law, securities law (including the FCPA), and white collar defense. I developed and serve as Editor-in-Chief of an annually-supplemented pharmaceutical and medical law treatise (BNA, second ed. 2015), have written several book chapters, and have had dozens of articles published. I'm also a trained arbitrator in health law and have been retained as an expert witness in health law cases.