The consequences of poor representation in Federal and State criminal and regulatory matters can be devastating. For this reason alone, you need the very best representation available.

GerstmanSchwartz is the premier destination for those seeking representation in the specialized field of White Collar Crime.

Our veteran defense lawyers, who formerly served as government prosecutors, bring to the table a bounty of investigative, litigation and appeals skills. Our collective experience enables us to rapidly respond to potential issues ranging from surprise visits and subpoenas to formulating exhaustive investigative and trial/appellate defense strategies, as well as corrective plans to comply with complex regulatory issues. We prepare witnesses for grand jury and trial testimony, respond to subpoenas and search warrants and negotiate grants of immunity to protect our clients’ rights.

We handle matters involving allegations of securities and other financial frauds, insider trading, stock manipulation, money laundering, RICO violations, healthcare fraud, mail and wire fraud, pollution and other environmental crimes, as well as False Claims Act, Internet/computer crimes, bribery and official corruption allegations, Medicare and Medicaid fraud, anti-kickback allegations, financial institution and insurance fraud and U.S. Customs violations, to name a few. We also perform internal investigations and design compliance programs for corporate clients to avoid adverse consequences of government inquiries.

Lead criminal attorney, David Schwartz concentrates his practice in Commercial and Criminal Litigation, Administrative Hearings, and Government Relations. Mr. Schwartz also represents various businesses and counsels them on all legal issues and political issues. Mr. Schwartz is admitted and appears in the United States District Court of New York, Eastern and Southern Districts, United States Tax Court, New York State Supreme Court, New York City Criminal and Civil Court, and Nassau County District Court. Mr. Schwartz was appointed by New York State Governor, George Pataki as a Board Member of the MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority) Inspector General Management Advisory Board. In July of 2005, Mr. Schwartz was appointed by the New York State Senate to serve as an appointee to the Board of the New York Convention Javits Center and was appointed in 2006 as a Commissioner to the Commission on Judicial Nomination.