New Jersey Law Journal
October 17, 2017
Hervé Gouraige, a Member of the Sills Cummis & Gross Litigation Practice Group, was chosen as a Diverse Attorney of the Year by the New Jersey Law Journal.
"The Law Journal looks at diversity in all of its
forms .... [The honorees]
also represent a broad cross-section of the legal community in terms of the
work they perform. Advancing the cause of diversity itself is not a
prerequisite for being selected, though many of the honorees have done that.
While their daily duties may vary widely, they all share a passion for and
commitment to the law, and to advancing the legal profession," as seen in the New Jersey Law Journal.
Hervé Gouraige has distinguished himself as a civil and criminal litigator/trial lawyer with more than 30 criminal and civil trials, jury and non-jury. He practices in the areas of white collar criminal defense, securities litigation, federal and state RICO actions, health care fraud litigation (False Claims Act and kickback cases), internal corporate investigations, general commercial litigation, including class actions and antitrust litigation. Mr. Gouraige is well known for his innovative approaches in solving client problems.
Before joining the ranks of private law, Mr. Gouraige served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York under U.S. Attorney Rudolph Giuliani (1984-91). He handled criminal cases involving business fraud, tax fraud, health care fraud and national security.
Mr. Gouraige received a B.A. from Boston University, was a Rhodes Scholar and received a B.A. from Oxford University, a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an M.A. from Oxford University.
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