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Shanya Dingle joined the firm after serving as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Economic Crimes Section at the Department of Justice. In this role, she prosecuted a wide range of financial crimes, including computer fraud, investment fraud, embezzlement, bank fraud, securities fraud, government procurement fraud, health care fraud, identity theft, and tax fraud. Ms. Dingle worked closely with other investigating agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Representation of airbag manufacturer Takata Corporation in connection with criminal investigation by U.S. Department of Justice that resulted in the company’s February 27, 2017 guilty plea to one count of wire fraud. 
  • Assisted with a parallel investigation of government contracting fraud involving a multi-billion dollar company.
  • Successfully prosecuted military contracting fraud case.
  • Handled numerous cases relating to schemes involving the invasion of electronic systems to steal personal identifying information (PII). The PII was used to commit fraud using bank accounts, credit accounts, credit cards, and tax returns.
  • Successfully prosecuted clinics billing millions of dollars to Medicare and Medicaid for services not provided or not covered under federal and state regulations.
  • Handled investment fraud prosecutions including multiple Ponzi schemes, with multi-million dollar loss amounts and tens of victims.
  • Prosecuted “foreign citizens” and other fraudsters who submitted fraudulent requests for tax refunds in the millions of dollars and stolen identity refund fraud.
  • Assisted with the investigations of embezzlement and bribery/kickback schemes by employees of state agencies and organizations receiving federal funds.
  • Assisted with a Sixth Amendment fair-cross section jury challenge in a death penalty case on habeas appeal and handled cross examining of the defendant’s expert in an evidentiary hearing.
  • Assisted with Eleventh Circuit oral arguments and appellate briefs resulting in affirmed convictions.
  • Represented a major pharmaceutical corporation in an internal securities investigation.
  • Represented a financial institution in a federal investigation of potential money laundering activity by a client of the bank.
  • Represented a Fortune 500 company in an internal Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigation.
  • Represented an entertainment company in an investigation by the New York State Attorney General.

Pro Bono

  • Assisted in drafting the Brennan Center’s SCOTUS petition for certiorari in a voting rights case.

Previous Experience

  • U.S. Department of Justice, Assistant United States Attorney, Economic Crimes Section (2009-2016)
  • Associate at a New York law firm (2004-2009).