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Virginia (Ginny) A. Gibson

Office Managing Partner

Virginia (Ginny) A. Gibson

Ginny Gibson is there when the whistleblower calls, the subpoena lands, or the agents appear at the door with a warrant. She helps companies and executives ferret out compliance issues to self-correct. She defends against accusations of fraud and regulatory violations. Ginny helps clients resolve enforcement problems with minimal pain.

A trial lawyer for 30 years, and at Hogan Lovells for the last five, she has defended clients under federal and state scrutiny and found solutions to legal issues and regulatory uncertainty while advancing business objectives. Because Ginny was a federal prosecutor for over 20 years, and the First Assistant U.S. Attorney and Civil Chief in two federal districts, she knows the language to engage with the enforcement team to get results. She defends clients against federal and state investigations, working in tandem with clients to achieve declinations or dismissal while counseling on compliance improvements that defuse the government's concerns.

Representative experience

Conducted internal investigations of academic credentials and grant issues at universities.

Secured declination of a federal off-label and grant fraud criminal and civil investigation for a pharmaceutical company.

Secured declination of a civil False Claims Act investigation involving Medicare coverage issues for a national health insurer.

Obtained a deferred prosecution and False Claims Act settlement for a pharmaceutical company for alleged violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute.

Secured declination of Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act investigation of financial services offered by a bank client.

Represented witnesses in a major defense contract fraud criminal prosecution.

Represented a manufacturer in connection with a voluntary disclosure of Clean Water Act violations.

Represented a hospital in connection with a voluntary disclosure of potentially medically unnecessary surgeries.

Education and admissions


  • J.D., cum laude, Boston University School of Law, 1980
  • B.A., cum laude, DePauw University, 1976

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • Pennsylvania
  • Delaware
  • Massachusetts

Latest thinking and events

Published Works

What Do You Need to Know About Billing Compliance?

Medical Office Today
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