Evan W. Krick focuses on white collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation, with a focus on the banking and health care industries. Mr. Krick has defended clients in federal and state investigations.
Representative matters have involved:
- A bank facing money laundering and bank secrecy act allegations
- A maker of pharmaceutical products investigated for "off-label" marketing
- An individual charged with insider trading
- A construction company under investigation for disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) fraud
Mr. Krick's complex civil litigation experience includes:
- Handling a False Claims Act matter for a provider of health services
- Defending a bank against claims brought under the federal Truth in Lending Act (TILA)
- Bringing breach of contract claims for a publicly traded company in the midst of a proxy contest
- Pursuit of corporate "raiding" claims in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Before joining Ballard Spahr, Mr. Krick was an attorney at the Defenders Association of Philadelphia. At the Defenders Association, he represented indigent criminal defendants in both felony preliminary hearings and misdemeanor trials. He also served as a summer intern in the North Carolina Attorney General's Office's Consumer Protection Division.
Pro Bono Experience
Mr. Krick has represented numerous individuals facing criminal charges in state and federal proceedings. He also represented clients in landlord-tenant proceedings. He has represented clients in landlord-tenant proceedings, and was a panelist for an April 2012 Landlord Tenant Law CLE Training Program. He also helped investigate claims of diverted funds from nonprofits and assisted an individual in setting up a 501(c)(3) organization. Mr. Krick also developed materials for the two-day, April 2011 Capital Litigation conference for Pennsylvania's Judicial Education Department.