Recognition for Excellence
Our handling of complex and sensitive matters consistently earns us praise within the legal industry. In 2018, Law360 honored us as a White Collar Group of the Year. Our lawyers and practice have also been ranked among the nation’s best in Chambers USA, Legal 500 US and other legal directories.
- Chambers USA – New York Litigation: White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations; Texas Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations
- Legal 500 US –Dispute Resolution: Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense; Dispute Resolution: Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense: Advice to Individuals
- U.S. News – Best Lawyers – National Criminal Defense: White Collar (Tier 1); Houston Criminal Defense: White Collar; New York Criminal Defense: White-Collar (Tier 1); Washington, DC Criminal Defense: General Practice; Washington, DC Criminal Defense: White-Collar; Washington, DC Professional Malpractice Law: Defendants
Their lawyers are precise and strategic in their representation, demonstrating strong knowledge of the criminal justice system and competent awareness of federal practices.
Chambers USA, 2023
Our team provides strategic counsel to companies and individuals across the United States and throughout the world.
- Mustafa Abdel-Wadood, a former managing partner at Abraaj Capital, in connection with US fraud and conspiracy charges
- Archdiocese of New York in a year-long investigation into whether the Archdiocese was following the policies and procedures for responding to allegations of sexual abuse within the Archdiocese
- Charter Communication, as independent compliance officer, regarding the conditions placed on the company by the FCC in connection with the acquisition of Time Warner Cable, Inc. and Bright House Networks
- Michael Cohen privilege review, as special master appointed by the US District Court for the Southern District of New York
- Digital Currency Group, a major cryptocurrency parent company, in parallel investigations involving allegations that a wholly owned subsidiary engaged in fraud with representations about its financial condition following a massive default by a crypto counterparty
- International Brotherhood of Teamsters Union (IBT), as an independent monitor with disciplinary authority over the IBT relating to internal corruption charges, disciplinary decisions and review of trusteeships imposed by the IBT over local unions, as well as other investigative matters
- Charles McGonigal, a former special agent in charge of the Counterintelligence Division of New York Field Office, in an investigation for possible FARA violations, as well as an investigation for possible money laundering in connection with services rendered to clients in Albania and Ukraine following his retirement from the FBI
- New York City District Council of Carpenters in connection with its court-appointed monitorship