Alfred W. Scudieri
Al Scudieri became affiliated with the Wilbanks & Gouinlock in September 2019 after serving as chief investigator with the James-Hoyer qui tam law firm for more than twenty years.
Prior to his time at James-Hoyer, Al was a special agent of the FBI where he supervised all FBI fraud investigations in the Middle District of Florida. In that role, he successfully resolved a number of significant investment, healthcare, Defense Department, and bank failure investigations. Many of his more prominent cases have been featured in major media organizations including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes Magazine, and “60 Minutes.” In 1992, the Florida Bar Association recognized him with its Federal Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award.
Al also worked for the investigative unit of ABC TV’s “World News Tonight” where his focus was on major, national fraud schemes including the notorious Archer Daniels Midland price-fixing conspiracy.
At James-Hoyer, he played a key role in obtaining multiple successful qui tam settlements, including a $192 Million settlement against Endo Pharmaceuticals, and a $65 million settlement against Prime Healthcare.
Al received his B.A. degree from the City University of NY and graduated from the U.S. Army Defense Language Institute with a proficiency in Spanish. He has attended and lectured at a number of FBI-sponsored fraud seminars.
Al is a past-president and current officer of the Former FBI Agents Association. He has traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe.
B.A., City University of New York
U.S. Army Defense Language Institute