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Yankwitt LLP represents individuals and businesses in criminal and regulatory investigations and litigation. We defend financial institutions, hedge funds, banks, and other companies across industry sectors in cases involving a broad range of allegations before the courts, government agencies, and regulatory bodies. We also conduct internal investigations and counsel our clients when subpoenaed to appear at depositions and trials.

How Our White Collar Criminal Defense Lawyers Can Help

Yankwitt LLP’s skilled attorneys draw on years of experience as federal prosecutors and in private practice at leading New York City law firms to continually explore creative ways to resolve criminal and regulatory matters by ending investigations as quickly as possible without charges or penalties against our clients.

If litigation arises, Yankwitt LLP has the experience you want to defend your white collar crime case. The firm’s deep bench of attorneys, who have worked in leadership positions with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, uniquely positions us to understand these cases, the possible outcomes and what it takes to defend them. That, coupled with our unyielding approach to litigation, makes our attorneys your most valued partner in these cases. White collar crime cases can be disruptive. Having a skilled attorney to mitigate the damage as efficiently and effectively as possible so that you can return to your business is our goal.

White Collar Criminal Defense Matters We Handle

  • Anti-Money Laundering and Sanctions
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
  • Financial Markets
  • Insider Trading and Market Manipulation
  • Stock-Options Backdating
  • Tax Violations

Yankwitt LLP also represents individuals in other criminal cases, such as homicide, civil rights offenses, and driving while intoxicated (DWI). As in white collar cases, our team of experienced prosecutors understands how to approach these matters and works zealously to build the strongest defenses and obtain the most favorable possible resolutions.