Litigation Practice - White Collar Criminal Defense
Capable of Effectively Tackling the Most Complex Criminal Matters
Bondurant Mixson & Elmore is one of the preeminent white-collar criminal defense firms in the country. Our roots in this space date back to Emmet Bondurant’s high-profile defense of companies and executives facing criminal antitrust inquiries by the U.S. Department of Justice in the 1960s. Over 40 years later, the firm has amassed decades of experience aggressively defending companies, executives, and individuals facing criminal investigation, civil enforcement actions, and other regulatory inquiries. Today, our practice includes former prosecutors, including a former deputy chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia, a deep bench of litigators and trial lawyers, and a wealth of experience representing clients facing parallel civil and criminal investigations.
We have represented companies, ranging from closely-held business to Fortunate 500 companies, and helped them successfully navigate grand jury subpoenas, U.S. Department of Justice investigations, civil investigative demands, and other inquiries. Likewise, we’ve represented individuals who have received grand jury subpoenas, a knock on the door from federal law enforcement, and “target letters” from the U.S. Department of Justice. Our practice is capable of tackling complex criminal prosecutions involving mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, tax crimes, cybercrime, intellectual property crime, trade secret theft, insider trading, securities fraud, healthcare fraud, honest services fraud, bribery, kickbacks, money laundering, the Bank Secrecy Act, prescription fraud, asset forfeiture, contractor fraud, currency manipulation, criminal cases involving doctors and physicians, Paycheck Protection Program fraud, and other federal and state criminal offenses.
We are also intimately familiar with cutting-edge government surveillance techniques, including wiretaps, email search warrants, and other methods used by law enforcement to investigate individuals and businesses. We have the advantage of being able to draw on our Cyber & Digital Litigation practice to represent individuals facing investigations, criminal prosecutions, and enforcement actions involving digital and cryptocurrencies and complex issues involving digital evidence. Whether the case involves the SEC, the FBI, the IRS, DOJ Tax, or a U.S. Attorney’s Office, we draw on our outstanding litigation skills and our ability to master even the most complex investigative record to effectively represent our clients.
- March 3, 2020Atlanta Journal Constitution
- Kamal Ghali interviewed about Chinese economic espionage and threats to educational institutions, February 14, 2020, WSB-TVFebruary 21, 2020
- March 19, 2019Daily Report
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- July 2016U.S. Department of Justice Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Newsletter