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He Wrote The Book


Provides a concise review of relevant statutes and real-world guidance for navigating a white collar case.

He Wrote The Book

Provides a concise review of relevant statutes and real-world guidance for navigating a white collar case.

Securities Book

Solomon L. Wisenberg defends clients throughout the U.S. in a wide range of white collar criminal cases. Recent Successes

Because of his experience and extensive knowledge of white collar criminal law, Mr. Wisenberg is routinely sought out by prominent national print and broadcast media to provide expert analysis of complex white collar legal issues. Read More

Mr. Wisenberg’s book, White Collar Crime: Securities Fraud (3rd Ed. 2016), is published by Thomson Reuters–one of the world’s leading legal publishing houses. His articles and essays have appeared in the Washington Post, the National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, the White Collar Crime Prof Blog, and other leading publications. See Article Links