Eric Christofferson is a highly respected former AUSA with extensive experience in white collar litigation matters including financial fraud and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations. He also has considerable experience in life sciences-related matters, including False Claims Act violations and those related to pharmaceutical pricing issues.

Before joining DLA Piper, for six years Eric served as an Assistant US Attorney in Boston. He worked primarily within the Criminal Division's Economic Crimes Unit, conducting nine jury trials, arguing appeals in the First Circuit, and prosecuting a variety of matters, including insider trading, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, securities fraud, tax fraud and mortgage fraud, among others. Within the Economic Crimes Unit, Eric also worked closely with the Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulators, such as FINRA.

Prior to joining the US Attorney's office, Eric spent seven years as an associate at a global law firm in Boston, where he worked on a range of high-profile government enforcement matters in addition to complex commercial litigation.