Joshua A. Levy is a white-collar criminal defense attorney, who has represented clients in a wide variety of high-stakes investigations, commercial litigation, parallel proceedings and Washington-based inquiries. Levy was named a Washington DC Super Lawyer for White Collar Criminal Defense in 2013 & 2014.
Levy’s expertise includes commercial litigation, white-collar criminal investigations, congressional investigations, civil investigations conducted by federal enforcement agencies and Inspector General investigations. He is an expert in health care fraud litigation and investigations, the False Claims Act and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Levy also has conducted dozens of internal investigations for corporations and other entities, including government contractors. Levy teaches “Congressional Investigations” and “Health Care Fraud and Abuse” at Georgetown Law School and served as counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, where he helped the committee investigate the government’s conduct in Hurricane Katrina and examples of waste, fraud and abuse.
He also served as counsel to U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer of New York and clerked for the Hon. Joan A. Lenard, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. His clients before congressional committees have included: a Department of Defense contractor in investigations of private security companies in Afghanistan; a wind energy company in the Solyndra investigation; David Voth, the former supervisor of ATF agents, in the Fast and Furious investigation; Ambassador Eric Boswell in the Benghazi review; and dozens of other companies, non-profits and individuals. Levy’s commercial litigation experience has included the successful defense of multi-million dollar commercial real estate disputes, civil RICO and other business litigation. He also successfully sued the government on constitutional grounds, including civil rights, police misconduct, and First, Fourth, and Fifth Amendment violations.
Levy is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia and New York. He received his JD from the University of Michigan, where he was editor-in-chief of the Michigan Journal of International Law, and he received his Masters of International Affairs and BA from Columbia University. An expert in healthcare law, Levy has represented companies and executives in healthcare fraud litigation and investigations.
Levy's trial experience includes the successful defense of multi-million dollar commercial real estate disputes, civil RICO and other business litigation. He successfully sued the government on constitutional grounds, including civil rights, police misconduct, and First, Fourth, and Fifth Amendment violations.
Education: Michigan Law, JD, 1999; Columbia University School of International & Public Affairs, Masters of International Affairs, 1999; Columbia University BA in Modern European History, 1994.
Bryan Cunningham is a cyber security and privacy lawyer, advising clients, including Fortune 500 companies, government, and multinational entities, on information security and data privacy and protection programs and other security-related issues.
Cunningham's expertise includes HIPAA and other healthcare compliance and representation of companies operating both in the United States and abroad. He also is an internationally recognized expert in government electronic surveillance and workplace and commercial monitoring issues, published in multiple international news outlets and appearing on television and radio on these issues.
Cunningham is the principal author of legal and ethics chapters in multiple authoritative information security textbooks and has served in senior intelligence and law enforcement positions in the United States Government for Administrations of both political parties, most recently as Deputy Legal Adviser to then-National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. He also served six years in the Clinton Administration, as a senior CIA officer and federal prosecutor. Cunningham clerked for the Hon. Samuel Conti, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
Cunningham was founding vice-chair of the American Bar Association Cybersecurity Privacy Task Force and was awarded the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement for his work on information issues. Cunningham has served on the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures and as a member of the non-partisan Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security in the Information Age and the Bipartisan Policy Center's Cyber Security Task Force.
Cunningham currently serves as a Senior Counselor to Palantir Technologies and is a Senior Advisor for The Chertoff Group. Cunningham is licensed to practice law in California and the District of Columbia. He received his JD from the University of Virginia in 1990 and is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he participated in the Iowa Writers Workshop.