White Collar Criminal Defense
The attorneys in Greenberg Dauber Epstein & Tucker’s white collar department are highly experienced in all aspects of white collar criminal defense. We specialize in defending charges of federal economic crimes, including various types of fraud, tax issues, false claims, and corruption and bribery. Our experienced attorneys help guide our clients through the investigative stage with the goal of avoiding any charges. Should a client face the prospect of charges, we marshal the strongest defense possible and counsel our clients to make the best decision for themselves, their families, and their business, whether it is to fight the government’s claims at trial or to negotiate a plea agreement with the government.
Our attorneys also advise our clients, both individuals and corporations, when they are either witnesses or victims in federal investigations. Our practitioners assist in responding to government requests for information including grand jury subpoenas, conducting internal corporate investigations, and preparing for witness interviews with the government or for trial testimony, all while closely guarding our clients’ interests.
Often times, criminal charges can have civil consequences as well – both in the form of civil lawsuits brought by alleged victims and in proceedings before professional licensing or disciplinary boards. Our attorneys stand beside our clients in these difficult processes as well, continuing our experienced representation through all phases of the white collar matter.
Michael H. Freeman is a partner in the Firm’s Commercial Litigation, Employment, and White Collar Criminal Defense Departments. He has been affiliated with the firm » Read More
Thomas B. Slocum is an associate with the firm’s Litigation Department. His practice touches upon all areas of business and commercial litigation, with an emphasis » Read More
Sheryl L. Reba is an associate in the Firm’s Commercial Litigation and Employment Departments. Her experience includes defending claims of discrimination, harassment, whistleblower, retaliation, and » Read More