Mr. Dennis Boyle is an accomplished white-collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation attorney who practices throughout the United States and internationally. He is a Partner is the international law firm of Berliner, Corcoran and Rowe, LLP, and a member of the IR Global Network of attorneys, accountants and other financial professionals. He formerly served as a Navy Judge Advocate, and First Assistant District Attorney and a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney. After serving for more than a decade as a prosecutor, he became a criminal and white-collar criminal defense counsel working as a partner in several of the nation’s largest and most prestigious law firms. He has tried over 200 jury trials to verdict in state and federal courts throughout the United States.
Dennis has defended cases involving allegations of Securities Fraud, Banking Fraud, Money Laundering, Tax Fraud and Evasion, Health Care Fraud, Medicare Fraud, Wire Fraud and Mail Fraud as well as violations of Espionage statutes and other serious crimes like Narcotics Distribution and even murder. He lectures frequently at national and international venues on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Bank Secrecy Act, International Emergency Economic Powers Act (Sanctions) and Anti-Money Laundering.
White collar criminal cases, like other serious cases, are life-altering. One accused of a crime stands to lose his or her reputation, wealth and frequent, his or her freedom. There are rarely second chances or “do overs” in criminal law. Mr. Boyle understands this and is prepared to put all of his skill, experience and expertise into every case he takes. This starts with listening to and understanding the client and continues through the factual development of the case, the interview of witnesses, the retention of investigators and experts, etc. Cases are normally won or lost before trial, and, in many cases, a thorough investigation can persuade state of federal prosecutors to dismiss a case. However, if the case must proceed to trial, it is best to have an attorney who has been their before, and few attorneys have been there as often as Mr. Boyle.
In addition to his extensive white collar criminal law experience, Mr. Boyle has also litigated multiple complex civil matters both in courts and before arbitration panels. He regularly represents investors in securities arbitrations before FINRA arbitration panels. Mr. Boyle has won a number of landmark cases in the areas of commercial litigation, civil procedure, constitutional law and professional negligence.
Ms. Jasari concentrates her practice in the areas of international criminal law, transnational criminal law and white collar criminal defense. After obtaining her initial law degree in Germany, Ms. Jasari attended law school in France before coming to the United States to complete an LLM. She has a strong interest in international law and competed in the Jessup Cup International Moot Court competition while in law school. Since graduating, she has regularly devoted her time to the Jessup organization.
After law school, Ms. Jasari worked in the Prosecutor's Office at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslaviia where she worked on the prosecution of Ratko Mladic. After graduating from law school in the United States, she clerked for a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and as a White Collar Associate for an AmLaw 100 law firm in Manhattan before joining Dennis Boyle in his practice. She is admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia.
Ms.Jasari represents companies and individuals in criminal and white collar criminal investigations and trials, as well as parallel civil and administrative litigation and proceedings. As part of her practice, Ms. Jasari advises clients on economic sanctions administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury (OFAC), the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and the Anti Money Laundering and Bank Secrecy Act compliance. She has also represented clients in matters before the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, state Attorneys General, and the Drug Enforcement Administration
In addition to her practice in the United States, Ms. Jassari has a special interest in Southeastern Europe (the Balkans), particularly Kosovo, Albania and Serbia. She speaks Albanian, as well as English, German and French.