FormerFeds Freedom Foundation announced the appointment of Joan E. Marshall as General Counsel
By: FormerFeds Freedom Foundation
Ms. Marshall comes to FFFF from the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, where she also served as a prosecutor on the Department’s Disaster Fraud Task Force and its predecessor, the Hurricane Katrina Fraud Task Force. While with the Department of Justice, Ms. Marshall supervised numerous multi-agency investigations of bid rigging, price fixing, mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, bribery, perjury and obstruction of justice.
Ms. Marshall had the distinction of breaking the Dallas Field Office’s acclaimed vitamins cartel case and helped to devise, structure and carry out what became one of the most comprehensive international investigations and prosecutions of all time, resulting in more than $1 billion in collected criminal fines. She led the Antitrust Division’s bribery prosecutions involving construction of the levees surrounding New Orleans after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Her experience spans investigations and prosecutions involving numerous industries including wholesale groceries, milk, seafood, medical equipment, oilfield supplies, military moving and storage, road and building construction, and municipal finance.
“We are pleased that Joan has joined us to assist us in our work,” said Susan C. Geyer, Interim Chairman of the Board. “We have an ambitious growth strategy and Joan’s deep experience in the law and with numerous enforcement agencies will clearly be beneficial to our work.”
Ms. Marshall is a frequent speaker on antitrust enforcement and fraud prevention and detection and has developed numerous training programs. She is a recipient of the United States Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney General’s Award and certificates of appreciation from the United States Department of Homeland Security, Office of Inspector General, and the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command, Major Procurement Fraud Unit.
Headquartered in Cinnaminson, NJ, FFFF will direct its efforts to support cold case investigations and serial profiling investigations, combat human trafficking and undermine civil forfeiture abuse and rights deprivations.