Geoffrey L. Beauchamp, Esquire
Personal Experience & Biography
Upon graduating from law school, Geoff joined the U.S. Department of Justice within the prestigious Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys. He subsequently served as an Assistant United States Attorney in both New Orleans and Philadelphia for several years. Notably, during his tenure as a federal prosecutor in the Philadelphia U.S. Attorney’s Office, Geoff played a pivotal role in the Special Prosecutions Division as the lead trial counsel in a high-profile international fraud case. Additionally, while serving in the New Orleans U.S. Attorney’s Office, Geoff actively participated in a grand jury investigation of a major organized crime case and assumed the role of lead trial counsel in prosecuting an international cartel involved in drug smuggling.
Following his illustrious career as a federal prosecutor, Geoff established himself as one of Philadelphia’s premier complex commercial litigators. He also devised an undercover operation named “Cable Trap” for the FBI, resulting in the successful prosecution of a large-scale cable television theft device ring. As a testament to his expertise, Geoff was later invited to deliver a lecture on communications piracy at the esteemed FBI Academy.
Building on his experience as a federal prosecutor and commercial litigator, Geoff has since immersed himself in numerous Whistleblower cases across federal courts nationwide. He notably collaborated with Eric Young in a number of high profile successful cases Qui Tam False Claims Act cases in the pharmaceutical industry and recently joined Young Law Group as Special Counsel.
Geoff received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School and his Juris Doctor. from Georgetown University Law Center.