DALLAS, TEXAS – 05-13-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Attorney-at-Law & Founder
Clients from more than 45 U.S. states have hired attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden to seek effective protection against government investigations, grand jury proceedings, whistleblower cases, federal criminal cases, and regarding questions of corporate compliance. Known for his exceptional analytical skills and effectiveness, Nick routinely avoids criminal charges in federal investigations and, as one of few lawyers, Nick has obtained “Not Guilty” verdicts in federal criminal trials.Recognition. Featured by media stations in all 50 States, Nick has made a name for himself in many high-profile cases such as the Michael Cohen investigation (former attorney to the President), cases of national significance involving the U.S. Department of State, the United States House Committee on Ethics, the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Office of Inspector General, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security, and the FBI.As perhaps one sign of Nick’s broad peer recognition, attorneys, current prosecutors, intelligence community personnel with SAP/SCI top secret clearance, and federal agents routinely choose Dr. Oberheiden when facing internal DOJ/OIG probes, criminal prosecution, or license revocations. Federal Trials & Litigation: When pleading guilty to federal charges is simply not an option, Nick is available to identify promising litigation strategies and to prepare clients meticulously and diligently for trials. Nick has tried cases to verdict, and he has obtained several acquittals in federal white-collar criminal jury trials. Nick set his first federal precedent when he, in the early stage of private practice, convinced a federal judge to break with 70 years of established practice and redefined the subpoena authority of attorneys under Rule 45 Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. In that case alone, Nick quashed 14 federal subpoenas. Nick has appeared in litigation proceedings throughout the United States and he has never once lost a motion for summary judgment, a motion on jurisdiction, or a whistleblower case.FBI, IRS, OIG & DEA Investigations: A large portion of Nick’s work involves the defense of healthcare providers and businesses accused of healthcare fraud, telemedicine violations, kickbacks, Medicare Fraud, and insurance fraud cases. Additionally, Nick has resolved a plethora of federal conspiracy charges, Controlled Substances Act cases, mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, computer offenses, major public corruption, bribery, investor fraud, tax fraud, bank fraud and other matters in courts, at U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and before federal agencies virtually across the United States.Accolades.Judges have described Nick as “extremely eloquent” (United States v. Brathwaite) and as a “well-known expert in healthcare cases” (United States v. Baker) and verified clients have added that Nick is a “federal litigation superstar“ and a “true lifesaver.” Nick has written several widely published books, articles, and blogs and he has taught constitutional law and federal civil procedure on several continents. Nick’s Ph.D. thesis, a critical analysis of constitutional interpretation, was personally enriched by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Breyer, the Chief Justice of Brazil, and others.Attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden Obtained “Not Guilty” Verdicts in Federal White-Collar Criminal Jury TrialAttorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden recently convinced a Colorado jury that his client was “Not Guilty” of breaching various fiduciary duties under ERISA, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. Even though ERISA contains various civil remedies and sanctions, the U.S. Justice Department and the Colorado U.S. Attorney’s Office brought several criminal felony charges against a former affiliate of a Florida and Colorado company. The matter was investigated by the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In essence, federal prosecutors accused Mr. Oberheiden’s client to have violated reporting duties in connection with the pension plans and employee benefit plans of former employees. Each alleged violation would have resulted in a felony conviction.“If you are accused of a federal crime, you should be prepared to make an important decision. Am I going to plead guilty (and accept a felony status and give up my license)— or do I ask a group of peers to decide my case? In federal criminal cases, the U.S. Constitution provides defendants the right to a jury trial. Don’t give up that right too quickly,” says Dr. Nick Oberheiden.Oberheiden P.C. represents clients across the United States against FBI/IRS/DEA/OIG government investigations involving accusations of healthcare fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, computer offenses, money laundering, securities fraud, bank fraud, mortgage fraud, tax fraud, ERISA violations, public corruption, bribery, and other non-violent federal offenses.Contact: If you are accused of a crime and must make the difficult decision of whether or not to plead guilty, please reach out to the experienced attorneys at Oberheiden P.C. to discuss your options. Oberheiden P.C. is a litigation law firm with former federal prosecutors and experienced litigators who have formed one team to represent clients across the United States in government investigations and at trial. Call Dr. Nick Oberheiden directly at 214.469.9009. Consultations are free and confidential.Disclaimer: The case described in this press release is a recent example and it does not guarantee similar results in future cases. This information may constitute attorney advertisement in some jurisdictions. Prior results do not guarantee similar outcomes in future cases.
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