Leigh D. RoadmanLeigh Roadman Clark Hill
Leigh D. Roadman
Leigh D. Roadman is a Member in the Litigation Practice Group in Clark Hill’s Chicago office. His practice focuses on white collar criminal defense. He has represented individuals and entities in federal and state white collar criminal investigations and trials involving multiple industries, including medical professionals, pharmaceutical company executives, healthcare company owners and executives, food company owners and executives, and owners and financial executives of a wide variety of businesses that have come under scrutiny by the IRS, the FBI, HHS, SEC, FDA, USDA, FDIC, EPA, DOL, and state agencies as well. Leigh has extensive experience in representing individuals and entities in related civil administrative and enforcement proceedings, commercial litigation and civil audits, appeals and litigation.
For the past eleven years Leigh has been a Martindale Hubbell AV preeminent practitioner in the area of white collar crime because his peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence. From 2004 to now, members of Leading Lawyers Network have also recognized Leigh’s work in the areas of White Collar Criminal Defense and Tax Law. Since 2009, Leigh has also been recognized by both Illinois Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in White Collar Criminal Defense.
Represented business executive charged with gambling, structuring and money laundering violations.
Represented executive charged with multiple violations of the Internal Revenue Code related to multiple corporate and personal income tax returns.
Represented executive charged with environmental crimes.
Represented sales executives of pharmaceutical companies charged with multiple violations of the Medicare Anti-Kickback laws.
Represented physician charged with multiple violations of the Medicare Anti-Kickback laws.
Represented corporate officer alleged to be personally liable for non-payment of corporation's employment taxes.
Represented commodity future traders charged with multiple violations of the federal mail and wire fraud statutes.
Mason Floyd, Leigh Roadman, and Matt Ruza, with significant support from Lori Stephens, recently obtained complete dismissal of an action against two clients, former owners of an EB-5 Regional Center, in the Southern District of Ohio. Under the EB-5 program, established by Congress, immigrants who invest $500,000 of capital into an approved project, receive conditional permanent resident status in the United States. After two years, if the immigrants have satisfied the program’s conditions, they will obtain their green cards. Plaintiffs, ten Chinese nationals, alleged that Defendants procured their investments through fraud, misrepresentation and deception and sought not less than $5,000,000. The Complaint alleged ten counts against Defendants. The Court dismissed plaintiffs’ federal securities laws claims with prejudice and denied their request to replead. The Court also declined to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over the remaining counts and entered judgment in favor of Defendants.