Provided by Jeffrey B. Isaacs
Jeffrey Isaacs is a trial attorney whose practice spans a broad array of complex civil, criminal and regulatory matters.
As an Assistant U.S. Attorney and Deputy Chief of the Office’s Major Frauds Section, Mr. Isaacs prosecuted cases of national and international significance involving financial institutions, securities and healthcare fraud, cybercrime, public corruption, and money laundering. He also served as Special Counsel to the Attorney General to investigate and prosecute corruption and bank fraud in Arizona. In addition to securing many notable convictions, he recovered over $900 million in victim restitution.
Prior to co-founding the firm, Mr. Isaacs served as Chief of the Criminal Branch of the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office. In that position, he supervised 300 prosecutors, established the state’s premier public affirmative litigation unit, and oversaw cutting edge prosecutions involving environmental crimes, patient dumping, illegal insurance practices, wage theft, and street gangs.
As a private practitioner, he has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in multi-million dollar civil actions in federal and state courts, and individuals and entities at all stages of federal and state criminal proceedings. His clients have included public and private corporations, unions, universities, licensed professionals, and victims of unfair business practices and civil rights violations.