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White-collar crime is a growth industry. From Enron to Jack Abramoff, from Sarbanes-Oxley to the popular view at the Justice Department that corporations have an obligation to help the government ferret out wrongdoing, who can doubt it? And while Wall Street may be the most target-rich environment for prosecutors, Washington, D.C., is increasingly where big-name defendants are turning to find that special someone with the right stuff. So there are some hard choices in coming up with a list of the leading white-collar criminal defense attorneys in the D.C. area. How does one choose? Most hard-nosed reputation as a litigator? Most frequently at trial? Most likely to win at trial? Best able to prevent clients from being indicted or from going to trial? Most capable of preserving the corporate entity, even if it means losing a few executives along the way? The answer is yes � to all.
Robert Bennett
Bob BennettRobert Bennett of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. Plato Cacheris
Plato CacherisPlato Cacheris of Trout Cacheris. Thomas Green
Tom GreenThomas Green of Sidley Austin Brown & Wood. William Jeffress Jr.
William Jeffress Jr.William Jeffress Jr. of Baker Botts. Abbe David Lowell
Abbe David LowellAbbe David Lowell of Chadbourne & Parke. Michele Roberts
Michele RobertsMichele Roberts of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. Earl Silbert
Earl SilbertEarl Silbert of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary. Brendan Sullivan Jr.
Brendan SullivanBrendan Sullivan Jr. of Williams & Connolly. William Taylor III
William Taylor IIIWilliam Taylor III of Zuckerman Spaeder. Reid Weingarten
Reid WeingartenReid Weingarten of Steptoe & Johnson.

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