Daniel Pulliam


Daniel Pulliam represents clients in federal and state investigations. He also advises clients in internal investigations and responding to whistleblower complaints. In litigation, his areas of focus include defending and prosecuting state-law tort and fraud claims, and nonprofit disputes. He also advises institutions on First Amendment issues and responses to circumstances implicating rights provided under the Fourth and Fifth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.

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Counterfeiting: Why Crime Doesn’t Pay


Based on a recent restitution submission prepared by Faegre Drinker, a federal judge in Harrisburg, Pa. awarded Eli Lilly and Company $1.9 million in restitution from an individual convicted of trafficking in drugs bearing counterfeit trademarks of Lilly and other pharmaceutical companies. The defendant in this matter was sentenced to 70 months in prison and ordered to pay $3.6 million in restitution, the remainder split between the other companies based on the defendant’s conduct involving their trademarks.  In this instance, crime clearly didn’t pay for the defendant and success was achieved by partnering with our client to fight counterfeiting and illegal importing.  So how does this work?

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