Tom DiBiagio is a seasoned civil and criminal trial lawyer and litigator with over thirty years of experience before federal and state courts, covering a wide range of areas including commercial litigation, environmental litigation and corporate criminal defense. His Washington practice focuses on advising clients on internal investigations and responding to government enforcement actions.
In 2001, Mr. DiBiagio was appointed United States Attorney for the District of Maryland by President George W. Bush, where he spearheaded efforts against violent drug gangs, public corruption and corporate fraud. Under his leadership, the United States Attorney's Office prosecuted significant public corruption, corporate fraud and major violent crime and drug trafficking cases. From 1991 to 1999, Mr. DiBiagio served as an Assistant United States Attorney and tried numerous cases in the area of financial frauds, money laundering, drug trafficking and violent crime. He has published numerous articles on Federal Criminal Law and has been an instructor in Constitutional Law at the United States Naval Academy.