We represent companies and people who are accused of crimes by the government. Our practice is generally limited to white-collar defense work, which includes fraud and conspiracy. For example, Sara won a complete acquittal at trial of a clinical laboratory executive who was accused of Medicare fraud. We have also worked with witnesses who are testifying before a grand jury or simply being interviewed by their company's lawyers during an internal investigation.
A key part of our representation of you will include learning everything we can about your industry. This helps us understand the context of the government's charges and better defend you against them.
There is no experience more difficult than facing criminal charges. Your company's future or your personal freedom are at stake. For most of our clients, these charges are their first involvement in the criminal justice system. We will be available to explain every step of the process so you understand what is happening.
Here are some examples of white collar cases that we've handled in the past:
- Clinical laboratory executive - successful federal trial defense in criminal trial involving accusations of illegal Medicare kickbacks, resulting in complete acquittal of client in Oklahoma federal court
- Former general counsel of construction company - representation in grand jury investigation related to government contracts
- Fortune-500 information technology company - representation in grand jury investigation into criminal antitrust violations, including bid rigging
- Government employee - representation in federal agency’s Office of Inspector General investigation related to sole-source contract
- Corporate executive - representation in grand jury investigation into criminal antitrust violations, including price fixing
- Former lobbyist - representation in grand jury investigation related to public corruption
- Government employee - representation in grand jury investigation for RICO and obstruction of justice
- Campaign executive - representation in grand jury investigation related to public corruption
- Internet start-up company - representation in state securities fraud investigation
- Insurance company executive – representation in SEC investigation into marketing program
Some general information about white-collar criminal cases is below.