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WASHINGTON � Veteran federal prosecutor Kevin V. Di Gregory has joined Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, as a partner in the firm’s criminal defense & investigations practice group. Di Gregory, who has 30 years of experience as a government prosecutor, was most recently deputy criminal chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. He now will be based in Manatt’s Washington office, where he will focus on sensitive criminal, regulatory and investigative matters. “Kevin’s criminal trial background and investigative experience, particularly in corporate fraud, intellectual property enforcement and public corruption, are an ideal complement to Manatt’s growing litigation practice,” said Chad Hummel, chair of Manatt’s firm-wide litigation division.� “Gaining a partner with such a rich background is wonderful and we are happy to have him as a member of our team.” Di Gregory tried more than 75 cases to a jury verdict during his years as a local, state and federal prosecutor, and he has conducted and supervised investigations into criminal activity in areas as varied as national security matters, fraud, perjury, and extortion. Before joining the U.S. attorney’s office as deputy criminal chief in 2001, Di Gregory served as a deputy assistant attorney general in the criminal division of the Department of Justice, as a key advisor to Attorney General Janet Reno, and as a senior policymaker who testified at congressional hearings on pending legislation and law enforcement initiatives.� Di Gregory also previously served as an assistant state attorney and later, chief assistant to Janet Reno, in the Office of the State Attorney for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida.� He started his career as an assistant district attorney for Allegheny County in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Di Gregory earned his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and his B.A, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Allegheny College.

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