Kirsten Boreen Liedl
Kirsten Boreen Liedl joined the Litigation and Enforcement group as an associate in 2014. Kirsten represents clients in government investigations, internal investigations, and complex civil litigation. Her clients have included medical device manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, health care providers, financial services firms, national retailers, and telecommunications companies. She has experience with the False Claims Act, federal and state anti-kickback laws, federal securities laws, and state consumer protection laws.
Kirsten maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing juveniles in immigration proceedings and representing survivors of child sex trafficking in federal civil cases. Kirsten has also represented individuals in family law matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Kirsten served as a judicial clerk to Justice Peter T. Zarella at the Connecticut Supreme Court. During law school, Kirsten was a Comments Editor for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review and an Arthur Littleton and H. Clayton Louderback Legal Writing Instructor.
- Represented medical device and pharmaceutical companies in investigations by the Department of Justice concerning alleged violations of the False Claims Act and the federal Anti-Kickback Statute.
- Investigated and defended private equity advisor in SEC investigation regarding fees, expenses, and potential conflicts of interest.
- Represented international client in Hong Kong arbitration regarding a commercial supply agreement.
- Drafted preliminary injunction motion in breach of contract and intellectual property dispute.
- Obtained asylum and special immigrant juvenile status for juvenile clients.
- Co-author, “SEC Enforcement Against Private Equity: A Practical Guide for Private Funds,”The Securities Litigation Review Third Edition (July 2017)
- Co-author, “Conflicts: It’s Not Just Fees and Expenses,” American Investment Council (March 28, 2017)