Ronald Levine, Principal in Business Law & Litigation department and Chair of the Internal Investigations & White Collar Defense Group at Post & Schell, counsels and defends corporations, directors, executives, professionals and others in various industries such as healthcare, pharmaceutical and medical device, securities, financial services, banking and insurance, high-tech, education, communications good processing and transportation. He represents his clients against allegations of fraud or other misconduct of the government enforcement cycle, including pre-enforcement internal investigations and compliance/governance counseling, resounding to government inquiries, audits, subpoenas, search warrants and investigations, and trials and appeals.
Levine was appointed to Chair of the Practitioners Advisory Group (PAG) in 2016, after having been appointed as a member of the group by the United States Sentencing Commission in 2012. For his work in the U.S. Supreme Court case, United States v. Elonis, he was honored by the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL) with the Alan Jay Josel Advocacy Award.
Levine writes and speaks on white collar defense matters and is currently a member of the Editorial Board of the Business Crimes Bulletin. He is a board member of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and of the Committee of 70. He has taught or lectured at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple and Villanova law schools, Brown University, West Chester University, and Penn’s Wharton School.