Schiff Hardin Litigation Group Receives New Partner
Summary: The Litigation Group at Schiff Hardin’s Chicago office is adding highly experienced partner, David H. Resnicoff, to their team.
The Chicago office at Schiff Hardin LLP is adding a new partner to their Litigation Group. David H. Resnicoff will be focusing his work for the law firm on internal and government investigations and compliance counseling, emphasizing Foreign Corrupt Practice Act and healthcare fraud matters. He joins Schiff Hardin from Miller & Chevalier.
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Resnicoff’s resume includes experience in private practice, global healthcare and manufacturing companies, and the U.S. Department of Justice. This wide variety of experience in compliance and enforcement issues will greatly add to his abilities to help make Schiff Hardin a top-tier law firm. He is able to take on compliance counseling and education, monitoring, risk assessment, global investigations, M&A compliance due diligence, and government enforcement issues.
Schiff Hardin Managing Partner Marci A. Eisenstein stated, “We’re delighted to welcome Dave to Schiff Hardin as we expand our compliance and white collar defense offerings. His experience in both private and public sector strengthens our ability to craft and review compliance programs and counsel clients through sensitive internal and government investigations.”
His private sector experience includes working as the Associate General Counsel and Vice-President, Ethics & Compliance at Baxter International Inc. There he developed and led the company’s Global Compliance Program.
He has also served clients with compliance and enforcement problems in various areas of U.S. healthcare fraud and abuse regulations like the Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, and Safe Harbor regulations. Resnicoff says of his work in these areas, “In my experience, the level of whistleblower activity and government scrutiny has never been higher and by encouraging voluntary reporting of corporate misconduct while requiring disclosure of inculpatory evidence of executive misconduct to qualify for cooperation credit, the government has made corporate decision making harder. I am thrilled to work with the top shelf team at Schiff Hardin to navigate our clients’ most complex legal needs.”
Resnicoff earned his B.A. from Colby College and a M.A. from John Hopkins University in International Affairs. He received his J.D. from Boston College Law School while working at the Editor-in-Chief of the International and Comparative Law Review.