GSB’s White Collar Criminal Defense Group

Welcome to Garvey Schubert Barer’s White Collar Criminal Defense Blog.

Garvey Schubert Barer’s white collar defense and investigations lawyers serve clients throughout the Pacific Northwest.  Our lawyers offer extensive experience representing individuals and corporate clients in defending cases involving allegations and investigations of admiralty and maritime environmental crimes, health care fraud, tax crimes, bank fraud and customs violations as well as representing clients in securities regulation, federal tax matters, tribal regulatory and criminal matters, and civil forfeiture matters, among others.

Our lawyers represent clients high-profile clients as well a those subject to government regulatory investigations which have potential civil and criminal penalties; performing protected, internal corporate investigations; and all aspects of trial and appeal.  GSB’s lawyers include former federal and state prosecutors with substantial trial experience. Serving in the role of leader is Robert C. Weaver, Jr., former Chief of the Criminal Division for the United States Attorneys’ Office in Oregon.

Our representation cuts across virtually all industries and the full range of needed services, from investigations through trial and appeal. For example: Conducting internal corporate investigations, typically on behalf of a company’s board of directors or a board committee.  For example:

  • Helping clients respond to search warrants and grand jury subpoenas
  • Representing and guiding clients through regulatory and criminal investigations related to alleged misconduct
  • Achieving global settlements for clients facing parallel administrative or civil and criminal matters
  • Helping clients design and implement compliance programs enabling them to achieve regulatory compliance

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