Stacy Brainin has extensive experience in white collar criminal defense and government investigations, including representation of companies and individuals in both criminal and civil matters. Her practice also includes complex business litigation with an emphasis in healthcare and professional liability matters. She has defended cases alleging civil and criminal business fraud in state and federal courts throughout the country.
Stacy represents and advises healthcare providers in civil and criminal disputes with state and federal government agencies. She is experienced in handling internal investigations, compliance programs and legal audits.
Stacy has served as Adjunct Professor at the University of Texas School of Law from 2009 to present.
Recent Publications and Presentations
- Speaker, ABA National False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute, Washington D.C., June 2013.
- "Conflicts of Interest and Other Ethical Issues Facing Law Firms and In-House Lawyers," Texas Bar CLE's 9th Annual Advanced Business Law Course, October 13, 2011.
- "Where the Wild Things Are: An Update of Recent 'Ethical' Decisions," Co-author with John Middleton, 2010 Northern District of Texas Bankruptcy Bench/Bar Conference, May 14, 2010.