White Collar Crime Lawyers in Atlanta, GA

At Gillen, Withers & Lake, LLC, we are known and respected for providing experienced and aggressive advocacy to our clients. We bring a high level of commitment to our cases along with experienced trial and appellate advocacy. Our collective experience and knowledge can make the difference in your civil or Criminal Defense case. Our areas of criminal practice include white collar criminal defense, complex civil litigation and trial practice.


If you have been charged with theft or are under a state or federal investigation for theft, it is important to contact an experienced Georgia theft lawyer immediately. At the Atlanta law firm of Conaway & Strickler, P.C., our attorneys appreciate the impact that a criminal charge or investigation has on a person’s life. In addition to a potential prison sentence, a theft charge can cause serious damage to the person’s career or reputation in the community.


Finch McCranie LLP is dedicated to providing our clients with legal services in Injury, White Collar Crime, Federal cases, and more.


On occasion, Paul’s clients face investigations or prosecutions arising out of what happened through some form of an electronic communication, what is sometimes called an “internet crime”. These cases are especially difficult, requiring an intimate understanding of internet-based communications, social media platforms, and forensic investigations of computers, phones, tablets and other devices where evidence might or might not be found.


Experience, judgment, courtroom skills, and compassion: That’s what it takes to be an effective and successful white-collar, federal criminal lawyer. As you will see from reviewing the credentials of the members of our white-collar team, every member of our team possesses those qualities (and more).


Because of our trial experience, the Atlanta white collar litigation attorneys at Krevolin & Horst continue to be sought out in some of the most complicated and large-scale fraud cases brought by the government. Recently, Krevolin & Horst was engaged by the former Chairman of the Board of a 2.9 billion dollar mortgage broker/servicer in the largest mortgage fraud and TARP criminal case ever brought by the U.S. Department of Justice.


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