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White-Collar Criminal Defense

SECIL Law attorneys defend U.S. and foreign companies, as well as corporate executives and employees, in a wide range of white-collar criminal cases, including securities fraud, procurement fraud, and cybercrime.


Credibility, communication, empathy

Our team is staffed with former Justice Department prosecutors, Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement attorneys, and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority lawyers. SECIL Law attorneys are experienced litigators who previously worked at large firms and specialty boutiques. In other words, the lawyers on the other side of the table know and respect our capabilities.

We excel at presenting our clients’ cases after an in-depth evaluation of the evidence backed by a comprehensive understanding of the law. We are able to explain the most complex concepts in terms that a jury can understand and appreciate. Because many of our attorneys worked for the federal government, we also know how prosecutors approach charging decisions and evaluate the strength of the cases they file. We leverage all of this in settlement discussions as well as at trial.

Defending against criminal charges can be a trying time for any defendant. We pride ourselves on being trusted advisors who not only provide nuanced legal advice but leverage our tested expertise to help our clients through the process.

Our firm’s name, SECIL Law, stands for Securities Enforcement Compliance Investigations & Litigation, and that is precisely what we do. We aren’t simply able to handle litigation; we also serve our clients from the early phases of an investigation and through any litigation, criminal or civil.

Who We’ve Helped

Foreign and domestic corporations

Represented a Central American corporation and affiliates in debarment proceedings before the Inter-American Development Bank involving bribes paid to obtain award of a contract to supply computer equipment and software.

Government contractors

Represented a Department of Defense contractor in a theft of trade secrets and Economic Espionage Act investigation conducted by the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation, resulting in a no-charge decision by the government.

Company executives and employees

Represented an executive of a technology startup in a securities fraud case filed by multiple investors and obtained a declination of charges from the government.

How We Can Help You

Your firm has accused you of something improper.


You've received a Government Subpoena


An Employee May Have Violated the Law