Wiley Rein has added a partner to its white collar defense practice in Washington, the firm announced Wednesday.
Ralph Caccia, formerly chair of Akerman Senterfitt's white collar crime and government investigations practice, joins Wiley Rein.
Caccia focuses his practice on white collar issues, corporate internal investigations, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters, health care fraud, criminal antitrust cases, defending government enforcement actions and Congressional investigations. He has represented defense contracts and health care providers in criminal and civil False Claims Act investigations. Caccia is also a former assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia.
"His substantial experience further deepens our white collar capabilities and complements several of our existing practice areas, including government contracts, public policy and health care," firm chairman Richard Wiley said in a written statement.