Financial Crimes & Regulatory Matters

When your professional reputation and your freedom are at stake — and perhaps the life of your company — seek legal counsel as early as possible from a criminal defense attorney who has built a reputation as an incisive, successful advocate. Hire a criminal defense lawyer who keeps client confidences and who works strategically to defend against serious charges of financial crime or regulatory misconduct.

The Thatcher Law Firm, offers criminal defense services by veteran financial crimes defense attorney Wayne B. Wiseman. Formerly of New York, Mr. Wiseman has joined the Thatcher Law Firm to add another dimension to the firm's practice as we continually seek to better serve our clients. Mr. Wiseman, who began his legal career in 1981 as an Assistant District Attorney in New York City, is a faculty member of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and an honorary member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

For serious and incisive legal counsel in response to charges or allegations of financial crimes, contact the Thatcher Law Firm, to schedule a private appointment.

Early Intervention Is Critical In Financial Crimes Investigations

One of the hallmarks of our criminal defense practice is our strong conviction that we best serve our clients by beginning the defense process before any charges have been filed. Early enlistment of defense services in response to an investigation into possible financial crimes allows your advocate to begin speaking on your behalf — and gathering critical defense evidence — in the very early stages. A strategic criminal defense lawyer knows how to manage law enforcement or internal investigations into corporate financial misconduct like embezzlement or other types of financial crimes like bribery, racketeering or insurance fraud.

Legal Advocacy In Government Investigations And Regulatory Matters

As an outgrowth of the commercial litigation practice of the Thatcher Law Firm, Mr. Wiseman regularly represents corporations or individual corporate officers who face investigations into potential regulatory violations such as government contracting fraud or criminal tax fraud. His defense stance in such cases is aggressive — recognizing that regulatory violations can be accompanied by consequential monetary fines, disbarment from the federal procurement process and criminal consequences in serious cases.

Contact The Thatcher Law Firm

Seek private and knowledgeable counsel regarding any investigation into possible financial crimes or regulatory violations. Contact the Thatcher Law Firm, to schedule a consultation. Call today 301-850-1246.