The Kaiser Law Firm PLLC
Washington, District of Columbia
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1400 I Street NW, Suite 525
Washington, District of Columbia
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About this office:
The Kaiser Law Firm PLLC is a litigation boutique in Washington, D.C. We represent individuals and small businesses in commercial litigation, government investigations, and in the defense of criminal cases in federal court.
At The Kaiser Law Firm PLLC, we pride ourselves on being responsive to our clients' needs, and paying attention to how difficult being involved in the legal system is, for both our individual clients, as well as our small business clients.
The lawyers at The Kaiser Law Firm have exceptional credentials and offer the highest quality of representation. Our attorneys have worked at some of the most prestigious law firms in the nation. We combine that big firm experience with the faster, nimbler footprint of a small firm to provide first-rate, yet competitively-priced, representation. We have experience in the courtroom and the conference room - we aren't afraid to fight for your case wherever it needs to be fought.
The Kaiser Law Firm PLLC has represented clients across the country and around the world. Our clients include lobbyists, government employees, stockbrokers, lawyers, business people, government contractors, small businesses, and mid-sized companies.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Civil Litigation; Appellate Practice; Civil Appeals; Business Arbitration; Business Crimes; Business Fraud; Business Litigation; Business Torts; Mediation; International Mediation; International Arbitration; Arbitration; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Administrative Adjudications; Administrative Hearings and Appeals; Administrative Litigation; Federal Administrative Law; Judicial Review; Civil Practice; Federal Civil Practice; Bank Fraud; Banking Litigation; Savings and Loan Fraud; Bankruptcy Fraud; Commercial Arbitration; Commercial Law; Commercial Bad Faith; Commercial Crimes; Commercial Constitutional Law; Commercial Fraud; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Mediation; Commercial Torts; Complex Commercial Litigation; Commodities Fraud; Commodities Regulation; Commodities Futures; Commodities Arbitration; Commodities; Corporate Criminal Law; Corporate Law; Corporate Ethics; Corporate Litigation; Corporate Investigations; Criminal Law; Bribery; Civil Forfeiture; Criminal Antitrust; Criminal Appeals; Criminal Conspiracy; Criminal Defense; Criminal Forfeiture; Criminal Fraud; Criminal Investigation; Electronic Surveillance; Extortion; Extradition; Federal Criminal Law; Felonies; Forensic Accounting; Forensic DNA; Forensic Medicine; Forgery; Grand Jury Practice; Forensic Science; Habeas Corpus; International Criminal Law; International Extradition; Mail Fraud; Malicious Prosecution; Manslaughter; Money Laundering; Murder; Sex Crimes; Search and Seizure; Post-Conviction Remedies; Parole and Probation; Sexual Assault; Wiretapping; Wire Fraud; Weapons Charges; Theft; Drug Crimes; Drug Forfeiture; Campaign Ethics; Fraud and Deceit; Art Fraud; Automobile Fraud; Civil Fraud; Identity Theft; Odometer Tampering; Fraud; Federal Practice; Federal Tort Claims; Government Ethics; Government Immunity; Governmental Defense; Government Tort Liability; Defense Contract Fraud; Government Contracts; Health Care Fraud; Health Care Litigation; Arson and Insurance Fraud; Casualty Insurance Defense; Extra Contractual Insurance Defense; General Liability Defense; Intellectual Property Arbitration; Intellectual Property Litigation; Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; Internet Crimes; Internet Litigation; Investment Law; Consumer Financial Services; Financial Services Law; Financial Services Regulation; Foreign Investment; Investment Fraud; Labor and Employment; Age Discrimination in Employment; Employment Defense; Employment Litigation; Noncompete Litigation; Law Enforcement; Excessive Use of Force; Corrections Law; Law Enforcement Disciplinary Proceedings.
Our attorneys are licensed to practice law in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, New York, Florida, Massachusetts, and a number of federal courts around the country.