Philip Morrow
Prior Experience

Before joining Calcagni & Kanefsky, Phil served for nine years with the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, Appeals Division, where he briefed and argued all types of criminal matters involving fraud, large-scale thefts, and long-term complex investigations. Phil began his career at the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, the highest court for the District of Columbia, where he clerked for the Senior Judges on the Court and the Honorable Michael W. Farrell.

  • Represented a high-profile international financier in a bank fraud investigation conducted by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
  • Defended a licensed healthcare provider in an assault-for-hire prosecution by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
  • Defending a licensed healthcare provider in a prosecution alleging conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud.
  • Defending healthcare companies in actions alleging civil violations of the federal RICO statute and fraud.
  • Defending employers and individuals accused of employment discrimination, retaliation, and unlawful termination.
  • Representing business owners in disputes alleging minority oppression and breaches of fiduciary duty.
  • Representing individuals and entities in civil investigations by state prosecutors.
  • Representing an employer in an action against a former employee who misappropriated confidential company information and data.
  • Representing individuals in licensing enforcement actions brought by state regulators.

Phil earned a Certificate of Political Studies from l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Rennes (France), where he completed French and international politics courses taught exclusively in French.

Phil has served as the Treasurer of the Ohio State Public Interest Law Foundation and as a Research fellow with the Ohio State Pro Bono Research Group.