Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum LLP

Litigation Department

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What the team is known for

Recently established litigation boutique with significant pedigree. Founded by former federal prosecutors and focusing on a range of white-collar criminal defense and government investigation work. Maintains a strong roster of clients in the pharmaceutical, healthcare and medical devices arenas, and possesses particular expertise in tax work and complex securities fraud issues. Particular strength in the Southern part of the state, with offices in Miami and Fort Lauderdale.


Market sources name Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum "an excellent and talented team."

Another interviewee attests: "They're outstanding - top lawyers who are extremely hard-working and passionate."

Work highlights

Represented Matthew Pisoni in defense of a thirteen charge indictment for mail fraud and money laundering relating to an alleged 'sweepstate fraud'.

Represented Juan Pablo Granda in connection with charges relating to his alleged involvement in a $3.6 billion illegal gold smuggling scheme.

Notable practitioners

Daniel Rashbaum offers a highly rated white-collar criminal defense practice with additional expertise in matters such as regulatory enforcement defense, internal investigations and appellate litigation. Sources say that he is "a very effective lawyer and a passionate advocate."

Jeffrey Marcus is recommended for his strength in the white-collar criminal defense, qui tam litigation and internal investigation space. He is accomplished in cross-border cases, handling matters such as immigration conspiracies and tax fraud. Sources note that he is "very smart and analytical, a superb writer and brings high intellect to cases."

Jeffrey Neiman handles a range of high-stakes white-collar cases, as well as tax controversies and regulatory enforcement actions. He is noted as an "extremely intelligent and skilled advocate" who is "incredibly smart and very down-to-earth."