Aaron S. Dyer handles complex civil and criminal litigation, with a focus on internal investigations, IP litigation, and criminal and civil trial work. A member of Pillsbury’s Litigation practice, Aaron advises clients on securities, health care, the False Claims Act, and IP theft and piracy, as well as on corporate governance issues and the implementation of corporate compliance programs.
Aaron’s experience working with federal law enforcement agencies enables him to offer clients alternatives to purely traditional litigation, alternatives that have allowed clients to obtain relief that far exceeded what they could have obtained through the civil process.
REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE :
- Defended a satellite television security provider in a federal criminal investigation—including successfully convincing the government to decline to file charges.
- Defended an executive of a publicly traded company in the NASCAR industry on charges of insider trading—including eventually convincing the SEC to decline to file charges.
- Defended an integrated health care delivery system in a civil and criminal false claims action.
- Represented publicly held companies and their officers and directors in complex securities litigation, internal investigations and regulatory matters.
- Defended Mantra Entertainment and its CEO in federal and state criminal, tax and civil proceedings.
- Defended a former executive of Enron Corporation in a federal criminal prosecution in Texas.
- Represented a major semiconductor manufacturer of computer chips regarding theft of its trade secrets.
- Represented multiple money transmittal/money services businesses in government investigations and on anti-money laundering compliance issues.
- J.D., University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law, 1992
- B.S., University of Southern California, 1989
ADMISSIONS : California
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
- U.S. District Court, Central District of California
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