Jason Mehta is widely regarded as one of the nation’s most experienced and accomplished white-collar defense attorneys. Drawing on his time spent prosecuting cases as a Department of Justice prosecutor and years of defense experience, clients call on Jason for their most difficult criminal and civil fraud matters, internal investigations, and bet-the-company litigation.
Jason is a frequent speaker and author on government prosecution, healthcare fraud, FCPA compliance, and anti-money laundering topics. Jason is involved in Florida’s active Indian American community. He is a member of the South Asian Bar Association.
His areas of focus include:
Jason’s practice has involved extensively representing companies and individuals in the healthcare, telemedicine, and telehealth arenas. As a former federal prosecutor, he focused almost exclusively on healthcare cases — both on the civil (False Claims Act) and criminal sides. He now represents individuals, corporations, and telemedicine providers in significant government investigations throughout the country. Whether it be an administrative action, civil False Claims Act matter, or a criminal healthcare case, Jason is a practical and effective advocate.
In recent years, he has focused extensively on cases involving the defense of telemedicine practices, including CGX/PGX lab testing, urine toxicology testing, and the referral of durable medical equipment (DME).
Jason is a frequent speaker and author on government prosecution, issues affecting the telemedicine industry, healthcare fraud, FCPA compliance, and anti-money laundering topics. In addition to speaking to defense counsel at national conferences annually, he has also taught a variety of classes to prosecutors and law enforcement agents concerning best practices in conducting law enforcement investigations.
Jason has been at the forefront of advising companies and individuals about the risks associated with the receipt of funds pursuant to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. He also leverages his experience as a former prosecutor in defending those faced with inquiries. While more experience is detailed here, some of Jason’s more notable representations include:
In addition to his healthcare background, Jason spends considerable time defending individuals and public entities in public integrity investigations. Of note, Jason has represented public housing authorities in False Claims Act cases, a state political party in a criminal investigation, a district attorney’s office in a suit against the Department of Justice, and several board members in connection with inquiries related to the sale of a public utility company. His experience is detailed here. He understands the nuances of public service and helps clients navigate thorny and sensitive public integrity investigations.
Jason also has an extensive sports and entertainment defense practice. He has represented corporate executives of professional sports teams, sports management companies, and individuals associated with professional horse racing. His experience is detailed here. Whether the dispute involves antitrust allegations or allegations of potential criminal wrongdoing, Jason is a trusted adviser to athletes, executives, and entertainers.
Prior to joining Bradley, Jason served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the United States Attorney’s Office in Jacksonville, Florida. He worked on both civil and criminal matters throughout the Middle District of Florida. During his five years as a prosecutor, he recovered nearly a quarter of a billion dollars for the U.S. government through FCA suits and prosecuted dozens of companies and individuals. He was recognized in 2017 with the Department of Justice’s Director Award, one of the highest honors bestowed upon DOJ employees.
Jason also worked as an attorney-adviser for the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., where he led the department’s responses to various Congressional investigations and represented the department in lawsuits throughout the country.
Apart from his government service, Jason also worked in private practice in Washington, D.C., representing a variety of clients in civil litigation matters, anti-money laundering and Foreign Corrupt Practice Act (FCPA) investigations, government regulatory actions, and other proceedings.
Jason is a frequent speaker and author on government prosecution, healthcare fraud, FCPA compliance, and anti-money laundering topics. In addition to speaking to defense counsel at national conferences annually, he has also taught a variety of classes to prosecutors and law enforcement agents concerning best practices in conducting law enforcement investigations.