Who's Who Legal
Who's Who Legal
New to Who's Who Legal?
New to Who's Who Legal?
Menu
User Menu
New to Who's Who Legal?

Global Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Justin Weddle is highlighted for his impressive advocacy skills in domestic and global white-collar-related matters and prosecutions.

Biography

Justin Weddle is a skilled trial lawyer, litigation strategist, counsellor and appellate advocate. When the stakes are high, clients rely on his tenacity and incisive analysis for tailor-made strategies and solutions in domestic and cross-border criminal, civil and regulatory matters. As a result, Justin is a repeat player in the highest-profile investigations, trials, and appeals, such as: the KPMG-PCAOB leaks criminal jury trial in the Southern District of New York; the Supreme Court Lucia decision rejecting the SEC’s ALJs as unconstitutional; Circuit Court cases on SEC disgorgement and ALJ appointment issues; LIBOR criminal cases; the FIFA corruption case; and US investigation and litigation relating to Brazil’s “Car Wash” scandal.

Justin prosecuted white-collar crime for more than 12 years as an assistant United States attorney in the Southern District of New York, building and trying sophisticated and complex fraud cases. He served in the computer, hacking, and intellectual property section, the major crimes unit, the complex frauds unit, and the securities and commodities fraud task force. Justin’s government service culminated in his appointment as deputy chief appellate attorney, supervising briefing and arguments in the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit for three years. He has personally conducted 12 arguments before the Second Circuit.

From 2008 to 2010, Justin served as the US Department of Justice’s resident legal adviser in Bucharest, Romania, focusing on cross-border law enforcement cooperation and information sharing in South East Europe. He was the lead US representative at multilateral treaty negotiations to create the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center, an international police and customs cooperation centre.

Justin is recognised by Super Lawyers and WWL as a top-rated white-collar crime lawyer. He is admitted to practise in New York, Massachusetts, US District Courts (Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York and District of Massachusetts), US Courts of Appeals (First, Second, Third, Tenth, Eleventh, and District of Columbia Circuits) and the US Supreme Court.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Justin Weddle is a standout practitioner in the white-collar crime field, and clients benefit from his extensive experience of when he was as an assistant United States Attorney in New York.

Biography

Justin Weddle is a skilled trial lawyer, litigation strategist, counsellor and appellate advocate. When the stakes are high, clients rely on his tenacity and incisive analysis for tailor-made strategies and solutions in domestic and cross-border criminal, civil and regulatory matters. As a result, Justin is a repeat player in the highest-profile investigations, trials, and appeals, such as: the KPMG-PCAOB leaks criminal jury trial in the Southern District of New York; the Supreme Court Lucia decision rejecting the SEC’s ALJs as unconstitutional; Circuit Court cases on SEC disgorgement and ALJ appointment issues; LIBOR criminal cases; the FIFA corruption case; and US investigation and litigation relating to Brazil’s “Car Wash” scandal.

Justin prosecuted white-collar crime for more than 12 years as an assistant United States attorney in the Southern District of New York, building and trying sophisticated and complex fraud cases. He served in the computer, hacking, and intellectual property section, the major crimes unit, the complex frauds unit, and the securities and commodities fraud task force. Justin’s government service culminated in his appointment as deputy chief appellate attorney, supervising briefing and arguments in the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit for three years. He has personally conducted 12 arguments before the Second Circuit.

From 2008 to 2010, Justin served as the US Department of Justice’s resident legal adviser in Bucharest, Romania, focusing on cross-border law enforcement cooperation and information sharing in South East Europe. He was the lead US representative at multilateral treaty negotiations to create the Southeast European Law Enforcement Center, an international police and customs cooperation centre.

Justin is recognised by Super Lawyers and WWL as a top-rated white-collar crime lawyer. He is admitted to practise in New York, Massachusetts, US District Courts (Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York and District of Massachusetts), US Courts of Appeals (First, Second, Third, Tenth, Eleventh, and District of Columbia Circuits) and the US Supreme Court.

Law Business Research
Law Business Research Ltd
Meridian House, 34-35 Farringdon Street
London EC4A 4HL, UK
© Law Business Research Ltd 1998-2019. All rights reserved.
Company No.: 03281866