Robert E. Hauberg Jr. is a shareholder in the Jackson, Mississippi, and Washington, D.C., offices and former leader of the Firm's Government Regulatory Actions Group. He is a member of the Corporate Compliance, Ethics and Crisis Management Practice and the Health Care Government Investigations and the Government Contracts Industry Service Teams. Mr. Hauberg concentrates his practice in antitrust, securities, False Claims Act and RICO litigation; white collar crime; internal investigations including foreign corrupt practices and price fixing; corporate compliance; and litigation for financial institutions, securities broker-dealers, health care and pharmaceutical providers, government contractors, and public officials. He has represented companies and individuals from Canada, China, Denmark, Egypt, Germany, India, Japan, Kuwait, The Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom. He has handled dozens of grand jury investigations and criminal trials, as well as civil trials involving mergers, financial institutions, RICO, false claims by government contractors, whistleblowers and bribery. In 1973, he became an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia and served until 1976, at which time he became a Trial Attorney and then Assistant Chief of the Communications and Finance Section of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. In 1986, he was appointed Senior Trial Attorney and then Senior Litigation Counsel of the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. In 1990, Mr. Hauberg was honored by the Department of Justice with a special commendation for his work on major prosecutions by the Dallas Bank Fraud Task Force.
He has participated in Mediation / Arbitration matters including the Marvin Frankel insurance fraud litigation, KPMG tax shelters, shareholder litigation, securities suitability, sales of marine equipment, antitrust, health care/pharmaceutical contracts, and federal False Claims Act whistleblower litigation