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Michael Kendall represents clients in criminal and civil regulatory matters and in complex business litigation. A significant part of Michael's practice involves representing healthcare companies and clients in cross-border disputes.
He has successfully tried to verdict numerous cases in federal and state courts and before arbitration panels. His regulatory matters involve the False Claims Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, securities laws, tax laws, antitrust laws, and murder. His civil experience includes cases involving patents, joint venture disputes, private equity investments, trust and fiduciary issues, antitrust, and healthcare reimbursement. Michael is also experienced in appellate matters.
He has an active pro bono practice, focusing on representing the wrongfully convicted.
Michael worked for seven years for the Department of Justice, serving as an Assistant US Attorney in the District of Massachusetts from 1989 to 1996. He prosecuted cases involving public corruption, organized crime, and drug trafficking. He also served as Deputy Associate Attorney General and Counselor in the US Department of Justice in 1992, where he worked closely with the Antitrust and Tax Divisions. Prior to joining White & Case, Michael was head of the white collar defense practice of an international law firm.
Last Updated 20th September 2017