About Mark Doerr
Mark Doerr's clients rely on him for anti-fraud counseling and affirmative litigation to address complex frauds. Whether formulating a litigation strategy tailored to the client's jurisdiction or advising on best practices for avoiding future fraud issues, Mark focuses on finding the most efficient, cost-effective solution for his clients.
Smart litigation — and non-litigation — strategies for combatting fraud
Mark has represented clients in many aspects of litigation, including pre-litigation investigations, pleadings, managing and conducting discovery, dispositive motion practice and trial. But he knows that litigation is not the best approach in every situation, so he helps his clients explore more efficient and less risky alternatives to litigation to eliminate or minimize issues of concern and to recover damages.
Mark helps clients address a wide variety of systemic fraud patterns, including billing for unnecessary medical services, billing for services not rendered, unbundling, violating anti-kickback and patient brokering laws, and violating prohibitions on the corporate practice of medicine.
Previously, Mark worked for a large international law firm in New York, where he handled white-collar criminal and civil investigations, transnational litigation, Section 1782 matters, and large civil RICO and fraud prosecutions.
Mark served as a law clerk to the Honorable Pamela K. Chen of the US District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
- Commercial litigation
- Insurance and health care fraud
- RICO investigations and litigation