Dr. Nick Oberheiden is a federal defense attorney that assists clients in federal criminal investigations, public corruption cases, government audits, and Grand Jury & OIG investigations. Nick defends individual and corporate clients accused of federal offenses such as public corruption, bribery, health care fraud, conspiracy charges, mail and wire fraud, securities fraud, money laundering, tax fraud, federal drug charges, and crimes involving computers.
You have a choice when it comes to selecting the right lawyer for your case. I am honored you are considering me to help you with your important matter. My prime objective is to treat all actual, former, and prospective clients fair and with dignity. This respect explicitly extends to law enforcement and opposing parties. I strongly believe that zealous advocacy and ethics are not mutually exclusive.
Your Expectations. I don’t care what brings you to me, or what you may have done wrong. I don’t judge. I offer my help. I have represented people from all walks of life, people with diverse and foreign backgrounds, companies (big and small), and many good people — including current federal prosecutors, federal agents, and police officers. Everyone can make a mistake. Unfortunately, I cannot help everyone at any point. Our firm has to reject about 20 – 30 cases per week. If you turn out to be one of them, I sincerely apologize. If you do become our client, I promise, I will be diligent, accessible, and responsive.
My Expectations. My main expectations are twofold. First, I expect you to be truthful. My representation is conditioned on your obligation to completely, truthfully, timely, and accurately disclose all facts relevant and pertinent to the case. If a client misrepresents material facts to me, I will withdraw. See United States v. Johnson, 2008 WL 2060597 (E.D.Va. May 15, 2008) and Qualcomm, Inc. v. Broadcom Corp., 2008 WL 66932 (S.D.Cal. Jan 7, 2008). Second, I expect you to follow my instructions and the law. I have a zero tolerance policy for attempts of obstruction of justice (e.g. deletion or holding back evidence) or money laundering (e.g. hiding assets from the government), to name only two examples.
Sounds good to you? Great, give me a call today and let’s explore how we can work together.
Dr. Nick Oberheiden
Nick has successfully resolved cases before all major federal departments and agencies, including but not limited to the Department of Defense (DOD), the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Labor (DOL), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPI), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the Office of Inspector General (OIG).
Nick is a member of the New York and Washington D.C. state bars.
Health care fraud investigations are a significant focus of Nick’s practice. He has successfully represented individual and corporate clients, business owners, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacies, medical doctors, and health care executives in civil and criminal Qui Tam, False Claims Act, Medicare Fraud, Medicaid Fraud, Tricare Fraud, Anti-Kickback, and Stark Law proceedings across the United States.
Nick is the author of several widely published books, articles, and legal blogs. His internationally acclaimed Ph.D. thesis, an empirical analysis of the workings of the U.S., the Brazilian, and the German Supreme Court, was added, among others, by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer and the Chief Justice of the Brazil. Nick has taught U.S. constitutional law, strategies in civil and criminal procedure, as well as international law in the United States, South America, Europe, and Africa.
TV and radio stations frequently interview Nick as a legal expert. Among many other media outlets, Nick was interviewed live by Fox News National Radio (Nick’s interview aired on over 900 stations), America Tonight, the Jim Bohannon Show (over 200 stations), the Lars Larson Show, the Rusty Humphries Show, the Genesis Communication Network (over 700 stations), Washington Watch (over 200 stations), and the Jeff Crilley Show. In addition to national shows, Nick has appeared on local stations in all 50 states including Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Camden (OH), Lansing, and Detroit. Nick currently covers a federal public corruption trial for Channel 4, Fox News Dallas.
- Public Corruption & Bribery
- Conspiracy Charges
- Health Care Investigations
- Federal Drug Charges
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