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Eric Tirschwell represents individuals and companies in criminal and regulatory investigations and trials and handles complex business and constitutional litigation, drawing on 20 years of experience as both a defense lawyer and federal prosecutor.
Eric has a long and successful record of defending clients in matters initiated by the SEC, various U.S. Attorney's Offices, the Department of Justice, the CFPB, the N.Y. Attorney General, and FINRA. In addition, he has conducted numerous internal corporate investigations for large and small companies and non-profits.
Eric recently represented, for example, Bear Stearns/JPMorgan Chase in federal regulatory investigations and civil proceedings focused on the collapse of two hedge funds, persuading the government not to bring any corporate criminal charges and winning dismissal at summary judgment of a related multi-billion dollar CDO lawsuit in federal court.
Other recent representations include a major investment bank in a joint DOJ/SEC insider trading probe, a private investment management firm in an internal investigation and DOJ criminal antitrust prosecution, and financial services firms in investigations by the SEC and CFPB and related shareholder litigation.
Eric was recognized by Lawdragon as one of the 500 Leading Lawyers in America and has been named a “Super Lawyer” in the area of white collar criminal defense every year since 2006. He is co-author of the widely used textbook The Practice of Federal Criminal Law and has written numerous articles on criminal practice.
Eric is one of only 17 defense lawyers nationwide serving on the U.S. Sentencing Commission's Practitioners Advisory Group, has represented clients in numerous sentencing proceedings and appeals, and has written and testified about federal sentencing issues.
Earlier in his career Eric served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney and supervisor in the Eastern District of New York, representing the government as lead prosecutor in scores of criminal cases ranging from securities, mortgage, and mail fraud to money laundering, embezzlement and international narcotics trafficking.
He currently serves as Chair of Kramer Levin’s pro bono program.