United States of America v. Kent Roberts

A case in San Francisco involving charges of options backdating, with Stephen Neal and Neal Stephens of Cooley Godward Kronish. Mr. Roberts was the former General Counsel of McAfee and was acquitted of the charges.

United States of America v. Luis Posada Carriles

A case in El Paso, Texas involving charges of immigration, with Arturo Hernandez. The case was ultimately dismissed by the Court.

United States of America v. Santiago Alvarez and Osvaldo Mitat

A case in Ft. Lauderdale, FL involving charges of possession of firearms, with Robert Josefsberg, Kendall Coffey, Peter Prieto, Ben Kuehne and Arturo Hernandez. The case was ultimately resolved with a plea by the defendants.

United States of America v. Martin Bradley, et al.

A two month case in Savannah, Georgia involving charges against eight defendants of conspiracy to defraud Medicare, among other charges, with Roy Black, Hy Shapiro, Scott Srebnick, David Markus, and Nathan Diamond. All but three of the defendants were acquitted.

United States of America v. Fabio Ochoa

A case involving charges of conspiracy to import and conspiracy to possess cocaine, with Roy Black and Howard Srebnick. Mr. Ochoa was found guilty and the case is currently on appeal.

Sirit v. Able Telecom

A major civil case with Robert Martinez and Steven Chaykin involving a breach of contract case where the jury awarded $30 million in punitive damages.

United States of America v. Joseph McDade

The political corruption case of Representative Joseph McDade of Pennsylvania, with Sal Cognetti. The case went to trial and Mr. McDade was acquitted.

United States of America v. Willie Falcon and Sal Magluta

A case involving charges of CCE and multiple counts of conspiracy to import and possess cocaine, with Roy Black, Albert Krieger and Martin Weinberg. The case was tried and both defendants were acquitted of all 16 counts.

United States of America v. Raul Martinez

A political corruption case involving the Mayor of Hialeah, with Jose Quiñon. The case was tried and Mr. Martinez was acquitted.

State of Florida v. William Lozano

A case involving charges of manslaughter by a Miami police officer, with Roy Black. The case was tried in Orlando and Officer Lozano was acquitted.