Mathur law firm C.H. Moore LLP helped government agencies and the government prepare for the COVI-19 pandemic.
The firm handled more than 2,000 cases and had offices in several cities.
The government had sent a team of experts from the firm to help with its efforts to protect against the virus.
The team worked closely with local authorities and the National Institutes of Health, as well as with other experts.
In addition to providing technical support, the firm also conducted public-private partnerships with local governments.
The firms work was part of a larger effort by the government to secure its own data from public databases and the public at large.
The Department of Health and Human Services has not released any information about the work.
In the days leading up to the pandemic, C. H. Moore’s offices in New York and Miami were raided by the Secret Service.
The agency seized data from those offices, as did the FBI, which also took data from the office.
The FBI, the FBI Civil Rights Division, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and other federal agencies were among those that shared data with the FBI.
In one instance, the federal government shared data from two C. Moore employees, who were in contact with a person who claimed to be in the Philippines, but who was in fact a criminal.
The person then claimed to have a warrant for their arrest.
“The FBI is working closely with the Justice Department and other relevant agencies to understand how to leverage their technical capabilities in support of the ongoing COVID response, as required by the Department’s FOIA and criminal law obligations,” the FBI wrote in a statement.