Health Care Litigator Habib Ilahi's Featured in Law360
Partner Habib Ilahi recently joined Stinson’s Washington, DC office and Business Litigation division after spending four years with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Fraud Section. His move back to private practice was featured in Law360 yesterday.
Habib discussed why he joined Stinson, and his enthusiasm to grow his practice.
"Stinson already has a strong health care and government contracting practice, and with my background at the DOJ, this looked like a great place to join," Habib said in the article. "Stinson is also known for its diversity, and that was really important for me as an attorney of color."
He has worked extensively on health care-related matters involving the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute and the Stark Law. He also has experience working with pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, nursing homes, large organizations, small businesses and individuals on high-value reimbursement claims for Medicare, Medicaid or TRICARE.
Outside of the healthcare arena, Ilahi has represented domestic business entities, government contractors, foreign companies and individuals in various types of government investigations, including procurement fraud, securities and accounting fraud, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, tax fraud, lobbying violations, and export-control violations.
In addition to his practice, Ilahi is involved with the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, DC and the South Asian Bar Association of North America and has held leadership positions with both organizations.