Addition of Top Trial Lawyers to Oberheiden, P.C. Federal Defense Team
Oberheiden, P.C., a Dallas-based federal litigation firm, announced today the recruitment of several top criminal litigators. Among those attorneys are Heath Hyde and Michael Rataj.
Heath Hyde is a long-time prosecutor with the Dallas District Attorney’s Office, who is most known for its more than 500 criminal cases encompassing trial practice. Detroit-based Michael Rataj has defended clients in federal criminal cases for close to 25 years. Mr. Rataj’s high-profile trial expertise is routinely featured by media stations and peer reviews.
“Heath and Michael further strengthen our renowned federal criminal trial practice group by adding the experience of literally hundreds of criminal jury trials. I think it is fair to say that our litigation experience is quite unique for a boutique firm. If you add the decades of prosecutorial experience, and the insights gained over many years at leading positions within the Department of Justice, you can say that Oberheiden, P.C. stands out in the niche of federal criminal litigation,” explains managing partner Dr. Nick Oberheiden. “Looking at the feedback we received from our clients, we feel confirmed in our approach to provide quality legal services to those that find themselves in the federal criminal justice system. That said, I think we will have quite a few more hiring surprises in the near future,” Oberheiden indicates.
Oberheiden, P.C. is a team of former Department of Justice trial attorneys, former federal prosecutors, and experienced litigators. The three attorneys will join a group of distinct attorneys including former Department of Justice Trial Attorney Bill McMurrey, former Assistant United States Attorney Lynette Byrd, and the firm’s original litigator Elizabeth Stepp.
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