Bar Admissions

  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit


  • J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 2014

    Editorial Board, Virginia Journal of Criminal Law

  • B.A., Government and Politics, magna cum laude, University of Maryland, College Park, 2011


  • American Bar Association

    Criminal Justice Section: White Collar Crime Division; Forensic & Investigative Practices Committee

    International Law Section: International Anti-Corruption Committee

    Maryland State Bar Association

    Bar Association of Baltimore City

    District of Columbia Bar Association

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Nicholas A. Mongelluzzo


Nick Mongelluzzo represents clients in civil and criminal litigation matters and has experience responding to government enforcement actions and grand jury subpoenas and in conducting internal corporate investigations. He has experience representing clients facing liability under a variety of state, federal, and foreign laws such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; the Anti-Kickback Statute; the False Claims Act; federal securities laws; state, federal, and international bribery statutes; and tax, bank, wire, and mail fraud laws.

The clients Nick represents span a range of industries, including energy, retail, real estate, life sciences, financial services, government contracting, and the nonprofit sector. He also advises clients on compliance and corporate governance matters, including designing and implementing anti-corruption compliance programs and information management policies.

As part of Nick's pro bono practice, he has successfully represented immigrants fleeing gang violence in El Salvador and seeking asylum before the U.S. Immigration Court. He has also represented victims of domestic violence in peace and protective order proceedings before Maryland state courts.

Significant Matters

  • Member of a team of attorneys conducting an internal investigation in Brazil for a multinational corporation into allegations involving financial integrity issues.
  • Conducted an internal investigation for a national mortgage association in relation to potential securities fraud violations.
  • Representation of a pharmaceutical payment assistance provider in response to grand jury subpoenas investigating potential anti-kickback statute violations.
  • Worked with forensic accountants in conducting an independent internal investigation of a real estate investment trust in response to whistleblower allegations of fraud, mismanagement, and corporate waste.
  • Member of a team representing a state government subcontractor in response to a grand jury subpoena issued by the U.S. Attorney's Office relating to the subcontractor's potential involvement in a fraudulent kickback scheme.
  • Member of a team that represented Exelon Corp. and Pepco Holdings Inc. (PHI) in their regulatory merger proceedings and subsequent litigation, gaining the approval of the Maryland Public Service Commission to bring together Exelon’s and PHI's electric and gas utilities.


Nick is an active member of the Baltimore community. He is a member of the Canton Community Association, the University of Maryland Alumni Association and Terrapin Club, and the Sons of Italy lodge in Little Italy. A former teaching volunteer with Junior Achievement of Central Maryland, Nick now serves on the Associate Leadership Council of the organization, which is dedicated to educating Baltimore-area youth on financial literacy and entrepreneurship.