Our team has decades of experience in the private and public sectors handling national security, immigration, and international criminal matters. Our attorneys served in senior leadership positions for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. We utilize these experiences to assist our clients in navigating complex cross-border criminal, regulatory, and immigration issues.
When government investigations occur, we tap into our years of international law enforcement cooperation in all parts of the world. We understand the inner workings of domestic and international investigatory and prosecutorial agencies and we leverage this vital insight to inform the appropriate course of action, strengthen our clients’ position, and quickly resolve the issue.
We routinely conduct due diligence investigations and provide valuable legal, regulatory, and reputational counsel to help our clients build strong programs, handle crises, and manage risk. Through extensive fieldwork, we’ve gained investigative techniques that help our clients navigate the challenging landscape of cross-border laws and regulations related to export, immigration, customs, employment, investments, and international trade.
Many of our matters arise at the intersection between criminal and immigration law. Our team is frequently engaged in complex immigration matters, including challenging visa denials and cancellations, defending individuals in removal proceedings, and securing individuals’ lawful entry and status in the United States. We frequently assist individuals seeking refuge in the United States and defend against efforts to extradite or restrict cross-border movement through international agencies like INTERPOL.
Bloomberg Law | September 04, 2019
This article highlights the arrival of Washington DC Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner John Sandweg, a former acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
John comes to NP after leading his own boutique firm, Frontier Solutions. He joins NP along with five team members: counsel Rachel Winkler, associate Catherine Ingram Hunstad, legal assistant Tracey Ford, and investigative directors Jerry Robinette and Miguel Unzueta. John and his five colleagues will spearhead our firm’s new Cross-Border Risks team.
This article also quotes Washington DC Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Adam Tarosky on current trends in False Claims Act prosecutions.