Patricia Davis is of counsel in the Washington, D.C. office. She represents clients in corporate compliance, internal investigations, False Claims Act cases including qui tam litigation, and variety of healthcare and procurement matters. Ms. Davis was an Assistant Director of the Civil Frauds Section at the Department of Justice before retiring from the Department. As an Assistant Director and Trial Attorney for twenty years, Ms. Davis personally handled and supervised cases involving fraud on federal programs. Prior to her retirement, Ms. Davis was assigned to the $2.2 Billion Johnson & Johnson case that was announced on November 4, 2013. Among her duties, she was responsible for investigating and litigating or settling hundreds of cases involving fraud on healthcare programs, procurement programs and grant/loan programs. Prior to joining the Department of Justice, Ms. Davis was Deputy Counsel to the Inspector General at the General Services Administration and Legal Assistant to a Commissioner at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Ms. Davis is a recipient of the Attorney General’s Award for Fraud Prevention, Civil Division Assistant Attorney General’s Awards and awards from the United States General Services Administration, Office of Inspector General, and the President’s Council on Integrity and Efficiency. Ms. Davis is a graduate of the University of Virginia Law School, and has a B.A. from Case Western Reserve University.
- False Claims Act, Qui Tams and Whistleblower Litigation
- Corporate Compliance
- Internal Investigation
- Procurement Fraud
- Truth in Negotiations Act, GSA/VA Multiple Award Schedule Contracting, Buy America/Trade Agreements Act, mischarging, FAR, mandatory disclosure, defective products cases, bribery/kickbacks/conflicts
- Healthcare Fraud
- Pharmaceutical fraud, off-label marketing, upcoding, unnecessary services, laboratory services
- TS-SCI Clearance while at US Department of Justice
- District of Columbia
- Pennsylvania (Inactive)
- Court of Federal Claims and Federal Circuit
- Courts of Appeals for the District of Columbia and the Tenth Circuit
- United States Supreme Court