James represents clients in civil and criminal matters in state and federal court and conducts internal investigations for clients. In addition to trial work, including personal injury matters, he regularly argues appeals in the Connecticut Supreme and Appellate Courts and the Second Circuit. A graduate of Cornell University and the Duke University School of Law, Mr. Healy previously served as a law clerk to the Honorable Christopher F. Droney in the District of Connecticut (2009-10) and the Second Circuit (2012).
John’s practice focuses on health care, civil fraud, and white-collar criminal matters. He represents clients in complex enforcement matters involving various federal and state agencies, and in litigation involving RICO, federal securities laws, and business torts. He advises individuals and businesses in the health care, financial services, defense, and transportation industries facing liability under the False Claims Act and related laws, including attendant licensure, exclusion, and debarment proceedings.