Ann’s roots in criminal defense go back more than three decades. She defended her first clients as vice-president of Harvard Defenders, a student-run public defender service, in the early 1980’s. After law school, she clerked for a federal district court judge, then practiced in the white collar departments of two highly respected law firms in Chicago and Washington, D.C. She was a core member of a team that secured the dismissal of a high-profile federal procurement fraud indictment against a Fortune 100 company and its officers.
Since establishing her own law firm, clients have relied on Ann to represent them in a broad range of federal investigations and prosecutions, encompassing allegations such as bank fraud, money laundering, public corruption, pharmaceutical crimes, tax fraud, business fraud, antitrust, procurement fraud, and medicare fraud. More details: