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Citadel News Service
27 Oct 2016

Bart Daniel Named NAFUSA President

As seen in National Association of Former United States Attorneys

On October 8, 2016, at the NAFUSA annual conference in San Diego, E. Bart Daniel (District of South Carolina, 1989-1992) was elected president of NAFUSA by acclamation.

Daniel served as United States Attorney from 1989 to 1992. While U.S. Attorney Bart was appointed to the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee. He also directed the investigation and prosecution of Operation Lost Trust, one of the nation’s largest and most successful public corruption prosecutions. It resulted in 27 convictions, including 17 members of the South Carolina General Assembly along with other public officials. Bart served as Lead Counsel in 6 of the 8 jury trials, all resulting in convictions. In 1991 Bart was awarded the Attorney General’s Flag Award – the highest award given to a U.S. Attorney.

Bart graduated from The Citadel and University of South Carolina School of Law. He served as an Assistant Attorney General in its White Collar Crime Unit from 1980 to 1982. He was then appointed as an Assistant U. S. Attorney, prosecuting white collar and False Claims Act cases for 4 years. Thereafter, Bart opened his law practice defending government investigations and False Claims Act cases before being appointed U.S. Attorney in 1989.

Bart has served as President of the Charleston County Bar, Chairman of the Salvation Army Advisory Board, and Chairman of the Finance Committee on the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. He has at various times been appointed Special Counsel by the Governor, the South Carolina Securities Commission, and Lead Counsel by the South Carolina House of Representatives in a lengthy reapportionment trial before a three-judge federal panel.

Bart has authored numerous publications including Health Care Fraud and Collateral Consequences (2nd Edition), Federal and State Securities Enforcement, and Environmental Crimes and Corporate Liability (2nd Edition).

Since returning to private practice in 1992, Bart has primarily defended government investigations including alleged violations of the False Claims Act.


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