Jeffrey A. Neiman
Jeffrey A. Neiman is a trial attorney who focuses on white-collar defense, tax controversies, securities regulatory matters, and general litigation. Upon graduating with honors from law school at the University of Florida, Mr. Neiman was hired as a federal prosecutor through the prestigious United States Department of Justice Attorney General’s Honors Program. For nearly nine years, Mr. Neiman worked as an Assistant United States Attorney and Trial Attorney for the Department of Justice in South Florida and in Washington, D.C. While a federal prosecutor, Mr. Neiman received national recognition for handling complex, high profile matters including the ground-breaking and historic prosecution of Switzerland’s largest bank, UBS AG, for aiding American citizens to commit tax fraud. For his efforts on the UBS investigation, Mr. Neiman was awarded the Attorney General’s John Marshall Award for Outstanding Legal Achievement and the Internal Revenue Service Commissioner’s Award. Mr. Neiman is a frequent lecturer, panelist, and contributor at conferences on topics including offshore tax evasion, tax fraud, Ponzi schemes, and trial practice. His engagements have included events organized by the American Bar Association, Florida Bar, Anti-Money-Laundering, Audit and Compliance Forums, University of Miami School of Law, the Department of Justice’s National Advocacy Center, Florida Atlantic University, New York University, Florida Bankers’ Association, the Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and the South Florida Tax Litigation Association.