Unparalleled Experience: Absolute Discretion
- Extensive first chair jury trial experience in complex white collar crime cases
- Repeated success helping clients avoid federal indictment
- Selected by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr to question President Clinton before the federal grand jury
- More than two decades running and defending white collar investigations
- Former Instructor, Department of Justice Trial Advocacy Institute
- Personally directed 75-100 white collar investigations as Assistant United States Attorney and Chief of the Financial Institution Fraud Unit in the U.S. Attorney’s Office
- Highest Rating “A-V” by Martindale-Hubbell 2003-2019*
- DC Super Lawyer [Criminal Defense: White Collar Crime] 2012-2019
- Ranked in Chambers USA 2016-2019
- Highest Rating “10: Superb” by AVVO 2009-2019
- Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers 2003-2019
- Guest Lecturer, FBI Academy-Quantico, VA.
- Noted writer, lecturer and television commentator on white collar crime issues
- Author of the book White Collar Crime: Securities Fraud (3rd Ed., 2016), published by Thomson Reuters–one of the world’s leading legal publishers.
- Board of Directors, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers [2009-2012]
- White Collar Crime Committee, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers [2009-Present]
- Fellow, American Bar Foundation [2009-Present]
- Former Deputy Independent Counsel in Whitewater/Lewinsky Investigation
If you are under investigation or have been accused or convicted of a federal crime, feel free to contact white collar criminal defense attorney Solomon L. Wisenberg. He leads the white collar criminal defense team in the Washington D.C. offices of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP.
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Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.