John Aisenbrey, a former federal prosecutor, concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation and white-collar criminal matters. He has represented corporations, accounting firms and individuals, in a variety of commercial disputes including commercial fraud and contract disputes, malpractices and regulatory investigations. He has managed internal investigations for corporations concerning potential criminal conduct, including bribery, fraud, embezzlement, submission of false claims to the government and environmental law issues. He also has extensive experience representing financial institutions, health care providers and individuals in all phases of federal criminal investigation and prosecution, including subpoena compliance, grand jury proceedings, parallel proceedings, defense at trial and on appeal. John has substantial jury trial experience, having taken more than 60 jury cases to verdict as lead trial counsel in federal and state courts around the country.
In recent years, John has represented:
John was an Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia before coming to the firm. He was selected to be on the faculty of the 2007 IADC Trial Academy held at Stanford Law School, and he also has been an adjunct professor of law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law where he taught criminal law. John has served as an arbitrator for the NASD. He was a lieutenant in the Navy, serving on active duty for five years between college and law school.
Law Clerk to the Honorable Roger Robb, Circuit Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.