Albert Starkus is an Associate in the litigation and white collar defense practice of the Dallas office of Fish & Richardson. Prior to joining Fish, he clerked for the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and worked in private practice in Washington, D.C., handling government investigations. Mr. Starkus has represented a diverse range of clients in the health care, energy services, telecommunications, and national security industries in criminal and civil matters. His white collar defense experience includes securities law, government investigations, health care fraud, whistleblower reward programs, and global compliance. His civil litigation experience includes qui tam suits, shareholder suits, and general commercial litigation. He attended the Ave Maria School of Law where he graduated first in his class.
Albert is a regular contributor to Fish's Litigation Blog. Read his posts here.
"The Fine Art of Making A Criminal Referral," Headnotes (October 2012).
Federal Courts and Choice of Law: Should State or Federal Choice of Law Prevail in the Exercise of Jurisdiction Under 12 U.S.C. § 632, 122 BANKING L.J. 821 (2005)
A Brief Survey and Critique of the Case against the Use of Religious Arguments, 20 J.L. & RELIGION 483 (2005)