Dan Small practices in the area of litigation, focusing on witness preparation, government, and internal investigations, white-collar criminal law, and complex civil litigation. He has extensive investigation, jury trial, and other litigation experience. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Small was a prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, during which time he tried RICO, corruption, financial, and regulatory cases. Mr. Small received various awards and commendations for his work. He also was general counsel for a publicly traded healthcare management firm, where he oversaw in-house legal and risk management staff, outside counsel, litigation, compliance, and facility, entity, and physician contracting. Mr. Small has written several books on litigation for the ABA, including Preparing Witnesses and Going To Trial, used in CLE programs he gives throughout the country, and was a lecturer on law at Harvard Law School. He is a frequent television, radio, and newspaper commentator. Mr. Small has represented witnesses, plaintiffs, and defendants in a wide range of internal and external investigations, administrative proceedings, and civil and criminal litigation. These have included issues of healthcare, regulation, insider trading, revenue recognition, and others.