An experienced trial lawyer and former prosecutor with more than 75 jury trials, Randy Grossman defends individuals and businesses in high-stakes white collar litigation and government investigations.
Randy's criminal defense experience includes successful litigation in federal and state courts and investigations where federal and state law enforcement agencies agreed to close their investigations with no criminal charges. His matters include False Claims Act investigations for health care companies and government contractors and investigations for various clients involving alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in China, Japan, Mexico, Guatemala, and Costa Rica. Randy also maintains a substantial civil litigation practice focusing on cases that commonly involve parallel criminal investigations such as antitrust, securities, and class action litigation.
As a prosecutor, Randy investigated and tried to jury verdict high-profile cases involving gang conspiracies, fraud, and homicide, including a first-degree murder trial featured on the NBC documentary Crime and Punishment.
Randy devotes substantial time to pro bono cases and his community, including his service as the president for the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Business Trial Lawyers and on the board of trustees for California Western School of Law (effective September 2019).
U.S. Department of Justice Announces Updated Guidelines on Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing
Revisiting My Brother's Keeper: Latest Learning and Best Practices on Dealings with Third Parties under the FCPA
- January 2018The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in a Global Construction Industry: Corruption Risks and Best Practices, The Construction Lawyer
- September 2009Public Statements re Pending Cases: Be Careful and Be Truthful, Ethics Corner
- November 2008Meal Period Limbo: Waiting On Brinker, Law360
- June 2007Cooperating with Law Enforcement: How Far Can an Employer Go Without Violating Its Employee's Fourth Amendment Rights?, Privacy & Data Security Law Journal
- January 25, 2017The Tangible Benefits of Proactive Anti-Corruption Compliance for the Construction Industry
- January 24, 2017Building an Effective FCPA Compliance Program in Today's Enforcement Climate, Jones Day University
- May 7, 2009Trial Publicity: The Ethics of Discussing Your High Profile Case
- October 22, 2008Advanced Concepts in Employment Class Actions, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
- January 2007Strategies for Opposing Class Certification, Bridgeport Litigation Wage & Hour Conference
- California Western School of Law (J.D. magna cum laude 1995; Notes and Comments Editor, California Western Law Review); University of Arizona (B.S. 1992)
- California and all district courts in California
- Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County (1996-2004)
Best Lawyers in America and San Diego Super Lawyers for white-collar criminal defense (2010-2019)
President, Association of Business Trial Lawyers, San Diego Chapter (2019)
Lawyer representative to U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California (2008-2011)
Board of Directors, Walden Family Services Adoption and Foster Agency (2005-2010)