Aggressive, unflinching criminal defense for individuals and corporations in even the most high-profile and challenging cases.
For companies or individuals facing a criminal investigation or actual charges, the stakes are incredibly high. The government will aggressively prosecute you or your company, often times leading to prison. Your freedom is quite literally on the line. Hiring the right legal counsel can make all the difference.
Parker Hudson has a long record of success in complex white collar criminal matters, both in and out of court.
We fight hard to end investigations, keep companies viable, save professional licenses, and keep our clients out of prison.
Negotiating with prosecutors and federal agents as early as possible in an investigation
A definition of success that means no conviction, no prison sentence, no loss of license, no business demise
Aggressively challenging the conduct of investigators (and any evidence produced during investigations)
Strategically counselling our clients in responding to government inquiries, including requests to be interviewed by the FBI, SEC or the US Attorney's Office
Fighting with the kind of passion that the threat of white collar criminal prosecution demands
Our White Collar Criminal Defense team includes former federal prosecutors who understand exactly how the government approaches white-collar criminal cases.
Much of our work is on behalf of individuals and smaller corporations in cases where courtroom trials and prison time are real possibilities. We have been able to help many of our clients overcome even the most intimidating evidence and charges. We have the gravitas and experience to go toe-to-toe with the federal government. While we have often been able to negotiate a reduction or dismissal of charges, we are also proud of our strong record of success as litigators in criminal trials.
Securities fraud defense
Insider trading defense
Healthcare criminal defense
Mail fraud defense
Wire fraud defense
Bank fraud defense
DOJ, DEA, OIG, FBI, CMS, U.S. Attorney’s Office matters & more
Responding to Grand jury subpoenas
Responding to search warrants
Representing executives who are under criminal investigation or have received a target letter
Representing executives who have been asked to testify before a grand jury or be interviewed by the FBI
Appointed by the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, to defended a former employee of an automotive dealership against federal criminal charges alleging involvement in a "chop shop." After the close of the government's case during a week-long jury trial, successfully argued that the lead count in the indictment should be dismissed because the government failed to present sufficient evidence to sustain a conviction. After presenting defense case, the jury found client not guilty on the remaining three counts, thereby completely exonerating the client. All of the other defendants in the case either pled guilty or were convicted at trial.
Defended former company president of a major food processing company who received a "target" letter from the government in connection with a nationally publicized investigation into possible criminal immigration offenses. Through a series of presentations, convinced the government to rescind the target letter and bestow derivative and use immunity upon client.
Represented the interests of a hospital system that was the victim of a complex investment fraud scheme. Worked with attorneys from the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and the United States Attorney's Office in civil and criminal enforcement actions brought against investment manager and investment consultant and prosecuted a private civil action directly against investment consultant.
Represented the interests of a co-owner of a hedge fund in a criminal insider trading investigation. Convinced the Department of Justice not to indict our client even though the Department of Justice indicted the other owner of the hedge fund.
Represented a law firm in a government investigation and related civil proceedings involving allegations that deceased managing partner stole millions of dollars of client trust funds over many years.