Bradley Williams concentrates his practice in white collar crime, grand jury proceedings, federal taxation, section 1983 litigation, proceedings before federal and state administrative agencies, legal and regulatory compliance, health care, and the False Claims Act (including qui tam litigation).
Bradley came to Ice Miller in 1988, following a 10 year career with the United States Department of Justice. He previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, and as First Assistant. He was named Acting United States attorney in 1987.
Trial and Appellate Experience
Bradley has participated in numerous jury and non-jury trials, as well as appeals in federal and state courts, and proceedings before administrative agencies. Bradley has also represented individual and corporate clients in numerous grand jury investigations at the state and federal level. Examples include:
Bradley led the defense team representing a police officer in a heavily-publicized civil rights case arising out of a police action shooting. The jury returned a defense verdict.
Bradley defended two individual clients accused of money laundering and currency structuring violations. Both were acquitted.
Bradley successfully represented a government official in the first qui tam action tried to a jury in the state of Indiana.
Bradley successfully defended a business owner accused of violating the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
Bradley has represented clients in numerous appeals to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Circuits, the Supreme Court of Indiana, and the Indiana Court of Appeals.
As a prosecutor, Bradley tried a wide variety of cases, including mail fraud and public corruption, income tax evasion, environmental litigation, employment discrimination, and federal program fraud.