Brandon Roker focuses his practice on white-collar criminal defense, qui tam litigation, internal investigations and complex commercial litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in voluntary disclosures and in connection with government investigations, including investigations by the US Department of Justice (DOJ), the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA).
Represented numerous manufacturers, providers and health systems in connection with qui tam cases and voluntary disclosures to the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General
Represented a former executive officer of a publicly traded mortgage company that was subject of parallel SEC and criminal investigations related to sub-prime lending
Conducted an internal investigation for a special committee of the board of directors of a public company into allegations of revenue recognition fraud and other accounting irregularities in connection with the company’s SEC filings
Represented numerous potential defendants employed by a public corporation in an SEC investigation involving allegations that the corporation filed false and misleading financial reports with the SEC
Represented the former controller of a large, publicly traded computer company at trial in an SEC civil action alleging improper revenue recognition
Prepared successful Wells submission for a Big Five auditor in connection with an SEC investigation into the auditor’s role in an audit that failed to uncover improper revenue recognition by an audit client
Conducted an internal investigation for the board of directors of a public company into allegations of insider trading
Represented a manufacturing company in parallel criminal and Cal/OSHA investigations of a multi-fatality workplace accident, and in appeal of Cal/OSHA citations
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