Abby Yi


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Abby Yi focuses her practice on representing a diverse range of companies in connection with internal and government investigations concerning white collar and corporate compliance matters.  Abby represents companies and individuals in government investigations involving the Department of Justice, United States Attorneys’ Offices, Securities and Exchange Commission, and Department of Homeland Security regarding alleged violations of federal securities laws, Foreign Corrupt Practice Act, False Claims Act, and other criminal and civil regulations.

Abby has significant experience counseling clients on healthcare fraud and abuse issues.  Abby regularly assists healthcare plans, risk-bearing provider groups, hospital systems, and vendors, with investigations and compliance reviews considering issues, including Medicare Advantage risk-adjustment coding, marketing practices, and kickback allegations, cybersecurity, and data privacy.  Abby has a particular interest in use of data analytics and other forensic capabilities to develop facts in her investigations.  Abby also defends healthcare companies respond to government enforcement actions involving potential False Claims Act violations before the Department of Justice, United States Attorneys’ Offices, and Department of Health and Human Services.


Asian Pacific American Bar Association of the Greater Washington, D.C. Area (APABA-DC)

Korean American Bar Association for the Washington, D.C. Area (KABA-DC)

International Association of Korean Lawyers — D.C. Conference Host Committee Member (2016)

American Health Law Association (AHLA)