Beth Moskow-Schnoll is Managing Partner of the firm's Delaware office and is a Co-Leader of the firm's Anti-Money Laundering Team and Cannabis Team. She concentrates her practice on white-collar litigation, regulatory enforcement and compliance, and complex civil litigation, with an emphasis on banking and other financial services litigation.
She has tried to verdict dozens of cases in federal district court. She also has successfully briefed and argued multiple cases before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Beth has convinced the government to decline prosecution of clients in matters involving allegations of health care fraud, financial fraud, and environmental crimes, and has conducted internal investigations for clients in the health care, petroleum, and other industries.
Beth has advised and counseled clients on compliance programs and in responding to government investigative and enforcement actions. She has experience with export commodity classifications, jurisdiction requests, and preparation of license applications for submission to the Office of Foreign Assets Control, and has provided day-to-day counseling on licensing requirements and strategy. In the civil arena, Beth represents major financial institutions, bringing actions against fraudulent debt relief companies and defending against consumer financial services lawsuits asserting a wide variety of claims.
Before joining Ballard Spahr, Beth served for more than a decade as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Delaware, including five years as the office's Criminal Healthcare Fraud Coordinator. As an AUSA, Beth investigated and prosecuted financial and health care fraud, including bank and credit card fraud, money laundering, asset forfeiture, and tax offenses. Among her notable achievements was the successful prosecution of a major pharmaceutical company that resulted in a criminal conviction and the largest monetary penalty in the history of the District of Delaware.
Beth is a member of Ballard Spahr's Expanded Board and Elected Board.