We handle appeals regarding many types of white collar criminal matters, including but not limited to bribery, embezzlement, fraud (bank, healthcare, immigration, mail, tax, wire), falsification of records, identity theft, money laundering, obstruction of justice, pain clinics, and tax evasion.

Our notable victories include obtaining vacation of a $13 million restitution award after a three-month jury trial regarding $37.5 million mortgage fraud conspiracy, see United States v. Cavallo, 790 F.3d 1202 (11th Cir. 2015), vacation of a $1.8 million restitution award regarding a tax fraud conspiracy, see United States v. Carlyle, 712 Fed. App’x 862 (11th Cir. 2017), and reversal of convictions for three counts of substantive healthcare fraud after a 10-day jury trial in a $2.5 million Medicare fraud conspiracy, see United States v. Lovelace, 726 Fed. App’x 770 (11th Cir. 2018).

In addition to Cavallo and Lovelace, we have also taken many other white collar cases to oral argument, including United States v. Feldman, 936 F.3d 1288 (11th Cir. 2019) (11-day and 17-day jury trials regarding a $6 million pain clinic’s doctor and his wife), United States v. Aldissi, Nos. 15-14193 & 15-14194 (11th Cir. 2018) (18-day jury trial regarding scientists convicted of defrauding NSF, NASA, and other federal agencies $10.6 million, aggravated identify theft, and record falsification), and United States v. Cingari, No. 17-12262 (11th Cir.) (13-day jury trial regarding immigration fraud).

Our sample briefs include:

Certiorari petition in Aldissi v. United States, No. 19-5805 (S.Ct.) (seeking review of a 7-4 circuit split on the “right to control” theory of wire fraud and a 3-3 circuit split on the calculation of loss and restitution);

Appellant’s brief and reply brief in United States v. Lovelace, 726 Fed. App’x 770 (11th Cir. 2018) (reversing convictions for three counts of substantive healthcare fraud after a 10-day jury trial in $2.5 million healthcare fraud conspiracy and remanding for resentencing);

Appellant’s brief (in No. 13-12009), appellant’s brief (in No. 12-15660), and reply brief in United States v. Cavallo, 790 F.3d 1202 (11th Cir. 2015) (vacating $13 million restitution order after three-month jury trial regarding $37.5 million mortgage fraud conspiracy);

Appellant’s brief and reply brief in United States v. Cingari, __ F.3d __ (11th Cir. 2019) (13-day immigration fraud jury trial);

Appellant’s brief and reply brief in United States v. Pasquale, 706 Fed. App’x 970 (11th Cir. 2018) (affirming convictions for real estate fraud); Appellant’s brief and reply brief in United States v. Feldman, Nos. 16-12978 & 16-13294 (11th Cir.) (11-day and 17-day jury trials regarding a $6 million pain clinic’s doctor and his wife).