Michelle T. Reilly is a member of The Ashcroft Law Firm’s Boston office. Working with former U.S. Attorney Michael Sullivan, Ms. Reilly’s practice supports the Firm’s international, corporate, and regulatory clients. Ms. Reilly focuses her practice primarily on complex business litigation, compliance, and corporate transactions.
Ms. Reilly represents clients in civil and regulatory enforcement matters, civil litigation, and internal investigations. Her experience includes matters involving OFAC regulations, anti-kickback statute and fraud & abuse laws, HIPAA, False Claims Act, OIG Guidance and advisory opinions, and anti-money laundering laws. Ms. Reilly also counsels clients on the development of corporate policies and conducting risk assessments. She has assisted in the formation, development, and implementation of various compliance and privacy-related policies and programs to various entities.
Ms. Reilly has regularly applied her extensive experience handling discovery, motion practice, and state and federal trials. Ms. Reilly currently advises clients on issues such as information governance, document preservation and retention policies, efficient approaches to leveraging document review technology, forensic collections, and Technology Assisted Review. Additionally, she has provided invaluable legal research for a successful Motion to Dismiss related to a securities class action complaint under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA) against a biotechnology company the Firm represented.
Ms. Reilly has assisted corporations in business formation, entity choice, and business strategy, including drafting contracts related to the same.
Ms. Reilly also works with interest groups throughout Massachusetts by providing legislative review and analysis, drafting legislation in compliance with Massachusetts General Laws, and strategizing for their addition to Massachusetts ballots.
- Massachusetts, 2016
- United States District Court – District of Massachusetts, 2017
- J.D., Suffolk University, 2016
- B.A. – Politics, Saint Anselm College, 2010
- American Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Boston Bar Association