Driscoll & Redlich represents individual and institutional clients in complex criminal litigation and appeals; securities enforcement matters and arbitrations; criminal tax cases; professional disciplinary matters; and sentencing litigation. The firm has consistently been recognized by “U.S. News and World Report” in its “Best Law Firms in New York” edition.
The firm was founded in 1994 by Peter J. Driscoll and Catherine L. Redlich, then partners in a preeminent New York City white-collar defense firm. Their shared vision was to establish a sophisticated legal practice in a small firm context, thereby offering clients highly individualized attention, partner accessibility, and the substantial economies of a smaller specialty practice with the expertise and capabilities of a larger firm.
More than 20 years later, that vision has been fully realized. Driscoll & Redlich has developed an outstanding reputation in the defense bar for its personal attention to client needs, superior written advocacy, exceptional trial skills, and creative approaches to achieving favorable resolutions — often before any formal charges have been filed. Its partners, each of whom has more than thirty years of litigation experience, practice in a wide range of settings, including federal courts nationwide, New York State courts, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA, and other governmental agencies and self-regulatory organizations.