Practice Area

White Collar Criminal Defense

Attorneys Who Can Help

Matthew R. Hubbell

Matt Hubbell brings decades of experience as an accomplished federal prosecutor and defense attorney to our white collar and Qui Tam/False Claims Act practice, along with a relentless dedication to the protection and defense of our clients. Clients include companies, business owners, CEOs/executives, and employees in various white-collar and Qui Tam/FCA matters, internal and external investigations, grand jury proceedings, and trials.

Since he tried and won the first federal criminal healthcare fraud case in South Carolina, Matt has been a leading practitioner, speaker, and writer in the healthcare fraud arena. He has been involved in many of the most significant civil and criminal healthcare fraud cases in South Carolina. He has years of experience dealing with complex legal and technical issues in health care matters implicating the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, EKRA, and related regulations, sub-regulatory guidance, and Department of Justice policy.

Health Care Fraud

Hospitals, Doctors, Medical device
companies, DME, laboratories,
pharmacies

Defense Contractor Fraud

False Claims/Certifications, 8(a)/SDVOSB/WOSB Set-Aside Programs

Qui Tam/False Claims Act

Investigations and litigation for defendants and whistleblowers

Covid Relief Program Fraud

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Provider Relief Funds (PRF)

Environmental Enforcement

Clean Water Act/Clean Air Act, South Carolina Pollution Control Act

Public Corruption/ Campaign Finance

Honest Services Fraud, Bribery/Extortion, South Carolina Ethics Act

Immigration/Visa Fraud

H-1B and Other Visa Programs

Tax Offenses

False Income Tax Returns, Failure to File Returns

Structuring and Money Laundering Offenses

Trade-based Money Laundering

Securities Fraud

federal and state criminal, SEC, South Carolina Securities Division

Bank Fraud

False Loan Applications, Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) Investigations

Customs and Border Protection

Duties Enforcement

Computer, Wiretap and Intellectual Property Crimes

Unauthorized Access, Theft of Trade Secrets