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Edward M. Fox, II


Edward focuses his financial services litigation practice on government or regulatory disputes and investigations, white-collar criminal defense, parallel proceedings, corporate internal investigations, and federal and state contracting/procurement disputes.

Edward’s practice includes experience in matters alleging violations of state and federal antitrust laws, criminal and civil fraud, healthcare fraud, violations of securities laws and securities fraud, and the False Claims Act. His experience includes criminal, civil and regulatory matters brought by the FDIC, SEC, Department of Justice, the United States Postal Service and various state regulatory and administrative entities, including the Nebraska attorney general. Edward additionally represents clients in administrative proceedings, including Medicaid and Medicare appeals on behalf of managed care providers, administrative appeals on behalf of healthcare providers, and with respect to professional licensure disputes.

As part of his government regulatory practice, he also has experience working with state and federal procurement laws, particularly with respect to protests of adverse procurement decisions.

In addition to his white-collar and government regulatory practice, Edward has experience representing litigants in federal and state courts in complex business and commercial disputes. Edward has also represented national banking institutions in residential mortgage lender liability litigation. Toward that end, he has represented litigants in matters alleging violations of TILA, RESPA, and related to the securitization of mortgage loans.