Joseph Muoio is an Assistant Chief in the New York Office of the Antitrust Division. He has spent more than 25 years with the Antitrust Division including over 15 years as Assistant Chief of the Philadelphia Office. In recent years, he has focused on criminal misconduct in the financial services sector including the Department of Justice's investigation and prosecution of bid rigging and fraudulent activity in the municipal bond industry and price fixing in the foreign exchange market. During the course of his career, Joe has investigated and prosecuted cases involving price fixing, bid rigging, kick-backs and other procurement frauds in a wide variety of industries. In 2001, he received the Department of Justice's John Marshall Award for Trial of Litigation following the conviction of the Mitsubishi Corporation for aiding and abetting the graphite electrodes cartel and in 2016 the Attorney General's Distinguished Service Award for his work on the FX investigation. Joe also has prosecuted general crimes during two details as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of New Jersey and recently was detailed to the CFTC's office in New York where he worked on an array of enforcement matters. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University and his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He began his career as an associate with the Washington, D.C. office of Baker & Hostetler.