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West Palm Beach White Collar Crime Attorneys

West Palm Beach address – by appointment only:
700 S Rosemary Square Suite 204
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Dr. Nick Oberheiden
Attorney Nick OberheidenWest Palm Beach White Collar
Criminal Defense Team Lead
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Federal white-collar crimes are some of the most serious offenses in the United States, carrying heavy penalties with a conviction. Depending on your situation, you could risk substantial fines and imprisonment for many years, even decades. With these possible penalties, you need a skilled white-collar crime law firm to represent you during a federal investigation or indictment. You must prioritize your defense to increase the chances of getting a favorable result. When it comes time to choose a federal defense white-collar law firm, reach out to Oberheiden P.C. to help protect your legal rights.

Oberheiden P.C. is a leading federal white-collar criminal defense firm in the United States. In the past, we have represented corporations, company owners, and other individuals in all matters involving federal white-collar crimes. Our senior-level lawyers can protect your rights throughout the process. However, you need to immediately reach out to us once you have been charged or realize there are accusations against you.

Our White-Collar Law Firm Is Ready To Take on Your Case

Oberheiden P.C. is not like other federal defense law firms. First, we do not assign cases to junior associates. White-collar crime is a serious offense that carries disastrous consequences if you are found guilty. For that reason, we hire only senior federal defense attorneys with extensive experience to handle our clients’ cases. Many of our attorneys have served as prosecutors with various departments, like the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

We have skilled investigators and consultants on our team, including individuals who previously worked as high ranking agents with different agencies, such as the DEA, the IRS, and the United States Department of Justice. With that combined experience, we will build a solid defense against a federal white-collar criminal charge. Please contact us today for a free initial consultation regarding your case.

Put our highly experienced team on your side

Dr. Nick Oberheiden
Dr. Nick Oberheiden



Lynette S. Byrd
Lynette S. Byrd

Former DOJ Trial Attorney


Brian J. Kuester
Brian J. Kuester

Former U.S. Attorney

Amanda Marshall
Amanda Marshall

Former U.S. Attorney

Local Counsel

Joe Brown
Joe Brown

Former U.S. Attorney

Local Counsel

John W. Sellers
John W. Sellers

Former Senior DOJ Trial Attorney

Linda Julin McNamara
Linda Julin McNamara

Federal Appeals Attorney

Aaron L. Wiley
Aaron L. Wiley

Former DOJ attorney

Local Counsel

Roger Bach
Roger Bach

Former Special Agent (DOJ)

Chris Quick
Chris J. Quick

Former Special Agent (FBI & IRS-CI)

Michael S. Koslow
Michael S. Koslow

Former Supervisory Special Agent (DOD-OIG)

Ray Yuen
Ray Yuen

Former Supervisory Special Agent (FBI)

Our Senior-Level Law Firm Can Handle All Types of White-Collar Criminal Accusations

No matter the white-collar criminal offense, our attorneys are qualified to handle it. Our attorneys and consultants have handled numerous cases involving the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, Securities and Exchange Commission, and other federal agencies. Our legal team has also successfully represented clients in many federal grand jury proceedings, appeals, and trials.

These are some of the accusations our federal white-collar lawyers can defend you against:

Antitrust Violations

Federal antitrust investigations targeting company executives and other insiders can lead to a wide range of allegations. Business owners, executives, and other individuals can be accused of violating antitrust laws. Many cases are handled civilly, but federal authorities can also pursue criminal charges if they find that individuals or businesses have engaged in deliberate anti-competitive practices, such as price-fixing. Individuals facing both civil and criminal charges may need a defense team to fight against both accusations. We can help you defend yourself against civil or criminal allegations.

Computer Fraud

The federal computer fraud statute is a broad-based law used to prosecute many offenses involving computers. Federal prosecutors can apply it to computer-specific crimes, such as malicious data breaches, intellectual property theft, financial fraud, and other offenses committed using computers.


Prosecutors can use the federal conspiracy statute to pursue charges in white-collar crime cases. This statute has been interpreted by courts to apply in situations where two or more individuals conspire to commit a white-collar offense. Even if the individuals do not proceed with committing the crimes, they can be prosecuted and convicted of a federal offense. A single conviction carries substantial fines and years of incarceration in federal prison. With the risk of facing conspiracy charges, individuals should consider their defense strategies. At Oberheiden P.C., we have defended hundreds of clients against allegations of conspiracy.

Financial Crimes

Financial crimes can involve a variety of types of conduct and can target individuals or large corporations. Financial crimes violate federal law if they provide unfair competitive advantages. A legal team must tailor a defense strategy to the specific charge made against you and the circumstances surrounding your case. Oberheiden P.C. is ready to build an effective defense against these charges. Many financial crimes can involve accusations of:

  • Bribery
  • Bank Fraud
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Forgery
  • Money Laundering
  • Mortgage Fraud

Intellectual Property Crimes

Intellectual property (IP) infringement claims are often civil disputes between private parties, and they can involve accusations of misappropriating trademarks, copyrights, and patents. While many of these accusations are handled in the civil courtroom, they can also lead to prosecution by the Department of Justice. Intellectual property crimes include corporate espionage, hacking, and other illegal means used to gain access to protected data. Our senior-level attorneys have defended alleged individuals against civil litigation and related criminal law matters at the federal level.

Insurance Fraud

Insurance fraud is a type of white-collar crime committed by individuals, businesses, property owners, accident victims, and contractors. We can represent you in these matters if you’ve been accused of insurance fraud. At Oberheiden P.C., our attorneys have handled many of these cases involving property damage claims and business interruption policy fraud. Insurance companies can also be accused of insurance fraud. We have brought premium diversion, fee churning, and claim denial cases to a successful outcome for our clients.

Frequently Asked Questions about White-Collar Federal Criminal Defense in West Palm Beach

What Is At Stake With These Cases?


When facing federal charges, it’s crucial to have a strong federal defense law firm on your side. Every federal crime carries a range of sentencing options based on the individual’s past criminal record and the specific nature of the offense. With a single conviction, it will remain on your record forever, which can prevent you from obtaining a license or holding certain jobs. Remember that a federal charge does not automatically mean you will be convicted. The federal government must prove its case against you beyond a reasonable doubt. You need an experienced law firm on your side. When you reach out to Oberheiden P.C., our attorneys will begin building your defense strategy immediately.

What Is a Grand Jury Subpoena?


A grand jury subpoena is an order from a court that compels you to testify before a grand jury in a criminal investigation. The U.S. Attorney’s Office typically issues grand jury subpoenas, and you are required to testify or provide evidence. Most of the time, the federal government believes you have information about the specific crime under investigation. When you are required to testify, you are not entitled to have an attorney present during your testimony. If you receive a grand jury subpoena, you need to contact our team of accomplished federal criminal defense attorneys immediately.

How Can a Federal Defense Attorney Help My Case?


Federal investigations are more complex than those in state court. Prosecutors take months to build a case before convening a grand jury. Contact an attorney if you discover that the federal government is investigating you. A highly skilled federal criminal defense attorney can identify weaknesses in the government’s case and negotiate with prosecutors on your behalf. Even if we cannot dismiss charges, our attorney may present a compelling case of mitigation at sentencing. We will work to help lessen the impacts of these allegations. Make sure to contact the law firm of Oberheiden P.C.

Is Taking a Plea Deal a Good Option?


Plea agreements are common in federal criminal cases. However, you will want to consult with a federal criminal defense attorney before accepting any offers from the federal government. In some situations, you may be better off taking your chances at trial. Our legal team will investigate the case and identify any potential weaknesses. Depending on the specifics of your case, you may have an excellent chance of beating the charge. Sometimes, clients want to avoid taking a chance at trial and would rather settle. We can negotiate with federal prosecutors after providing you with an extensive case work-up. Before you decide, we will present you with all the facts so that you can proceed with the best possible option. Oberheiden P.C. will always go that extra step for our clients.

What Type of Law Firm Should I Hire?


If you are facing federal criminal charges, you want to hire a law firm with years of experience handling these cases. The federal government will use its most experienced prosecutors to ensure a conviction. For that reason, you need a reputable and skilled law firm. Remember, not all experience is equal. You should look for an attorney who has successfully handled similar cases in the past. Always ask about their track record when seeking a federal criminal defense law firm. At Oberheiden P.C., our senior-level attorneys, investigators, and trial consultants have the experience to defend you from these serious charges and accusations.

Speak with a White-Collar Crime Defense Attorney at Oberheiden P.C.

Oberheiden P.C. brings a high level of experience in defending individuals in federal white-collar criminal cases. If you have been indicted or are being investigated for a white-collar crime, contact our office immediately so that we can begin preparing your defense. We will arrange for you to speak with a senior-level defense team member in West Palm Beach, Florida. Choose an experienced team to handle your white-collar legal matter. For an initial consultation with a white-collar criminal defense attorney in our law firm, contact us at 888-680-1745 or use our online contact form.

Why Clients Trust Oberheiden P.C.

  • 2,000+ Cases Won
  • Available Nights & Weekends
  • Experienced Trial Attorneys
  • Former Department of Justice Trial Attorney
  • Former Federal Prosecutors, U.S. Attorney’s Office
  • Former Agents from FBI, OIG, DEA
  • Serving Clients Nationwide
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