Kevin D. Bradberry litigates complex commercial cases with an emphasis on False Claims Act and other healthcare litigation. He offers clients a view from the government perspective, relying on diverse litigation experience developed in numerous criminal, civil and administrative prosecutions.
As an assistant attorney general in the Georgia Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Kevin investigated and prosecuted state and national False Claims Act healthcare fraud cases. His experience also ranges from hot-topic areas of interest such as immigrants’ rights in education to niche areas of law such as the extraordinary writ of mandamus.
Whatever the case, Kevin utilizes his straightforward and approachable style to move negotiations forward and achieve the best result for clients.
- Lead counsel for the State of Georgia in civil action against a laboratory company accused of violating the Anti-Kickback Statute and causing the ordering of medically unnecessary lab tests.
- Counsel for Georgia Professional Standards Commission in civil prosecution of DeKalb County educators accused of widespread cheating on 2009 CRCT standardized testing.
- As lead counsel, successfully defended a Fulton County Superior Court judge’s trial ruling by achieving a dismissal of mandamus action and affirmance in the Georgia Supreme Court.
Memberships : Georgia Bar Association: Litigation Section
- J.D., Georgia State University College of Law, 2010; magna cum laude; Georgia State University Law Review, Student Writing Editor; Georgia State University Moot Court, Moot Court Board; 2010 Prince Evidence Moot Court Competition, First Place Team
- B.A., Political Science major and History minor, University of Georgia, 2007, cum laude
- U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Georgia
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