Dahlia Rin is an associate in the Litigation Department and a member of the Government Investigations and White Collar Defense practice group. She represents corporate and individual clients in connection with criminal investigations and complex commercial disputes.
Dahlia’s experience includes:
- Representing witnesses, subjects, and targets in connection with government investigations involving allegations of health care fraud and abuse, conspiracy, tax evasion, perjury, securities violations, environmental violations, and other allegations;
- Representing companies in complex commercial litigation and class actions involving breach of contract, Chapter 93A (unfair and deceptive business practices), copyright infringement, fraud, RICO, business torts, and other claims;
- Member of trial team that won midtrial dismissal of all charges in major federal health care fraud trial;
- Convincing Department of Justice not to charge senior executive of one of world’s largest pharmaceutical companies under “responsible corporate officer” (Park doctrine) theory;
- Conducting confidential, independent investigation pursuant to SJC appointment into allegations of unprofessional conduct by lifetime-appointed government employee;
- Representing private equity fund in civil dispute involving allegations of misrepresentation and securities violations; and
- Representing victims of securities fraud in federal criminal action.
Dahlia devotes substantial time to the firm’s pro bono and civic and charitable efforts. She has represented pro bono clients in federal court through the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) program, in immigration court through the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project, and before the Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance. She has volunteered as a reading and writing coach and mentor to underprivileged elementary and high school students through the Citizen Schools program and the Greater Boston Jewish Coalition for Literacy. She is an active member of the Boston Bar Association (BBA) and the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts, and sits on the Retention and Promotion Committee of the BBA’s Diversity and Inclusion Section.
Prior to joining Nutter, Dahlia gained legal experience as an intern in the Civil and Criminal Divisions of the United States Attorney’s Office in Boston. She also worked at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center in Jamaica Plain, where she represented low-income clients in divorce, domestic violence, and child support enforcement actions.
During law school, Dahlia served as senior content editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.