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|June 2, 2014 01:27 AM EDT||
WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- On May 22, Cipriani in New York City hosted Chambers and Partners' 9th annual Chambers USA Awards for Excellence. The event was attended by more than 500 guests who came together to honor law firms and individual attorneys that stood out through their exemplary achievements on the legal market during the past twelve months. At the same time, Chambers USA published its 2014 guide, which ranks lawyers from all of the United States and covers 45 areas of practice on a state level as well as on a national level. Attorneys and law firms are ranked based on the research of a team of editors and researchers, who conduct in-depth telephone interviews and talk to lawyers and clients. The results are published in the annual guide in form of ranking tables and commentary.
Jeff Ifrah of Ifrah Law in Washington DC has been recognized by the Chambers USA 2014 Guide as one of the top attorneys for White Collar Crime and Government Investigations in Washington, DC, for the fourth consecutive year. Since opening his boutique litigation firm in 2009, Jeff has developed a particular niche in the iGaming industry, including recent cases involving the representation of defendants in four of the nation's largest illegal sports betting cases and leading his firm in iGaming matters. The firm also handles general commercial litigation matters. In this year's guide, Chambers noted that, "the strategic, thorough and personable Jeff Ifrah of Ifrah PLLC maintains a fine reputation for his white-collar practice and is also highly regarded for his knowledge of the Internet gambling space."
Ifrah Law is a Washington, D.C.-based law firm that represents clients in a variety of litigation settings. Founded in 2009 by Jeff Ifrah for the express purpose of bringing the sophistication of a large firm and the personalized service of a smaller firm to clients who have critical litigation matters, the firm specializes in Internet advertising, iGaming, government contracts and healthcare. Ifrah Law's attorneys include a former special assistant US attorney, a former attorney in the Counterterrorism Section of the National Security Division of the US Department of Justice and in the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, a former FTC attorney, and a number of highly trained veterans from some of the nation's largest and most respected law firms. Its attorneys also author two noted blogs: www.crimeinthesuites.com, an analysis of current issues in white-collar defense, and www.ftcbeat.com, FTC and State AG News for Ecommerce.
Founder Jeff Ifrah is a frequent speaker, author and commentator on white-collar crime issues and the co-author of the book Federal Sentencing for Business Crimes, the only complete treatise on the topic. Prior to entering private practice, Jeff served as a Special Assistant US Attorney in the District of New Jersey and as a JAG Officer in the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the US Army. Jeff was of counsel at Paul Hastings and shareholder in the litigation department of Greenberg Traurig, before he established his own law firm in 2009. Jeff 's legal skills and record of success have earned him international recognition as a white-collar criminal defense lawyer and litigator. He is an advocate keenly focused on delivering results for his clients - on understanding the problems they face and developing innovative strategies to resolve them.
Jeff Ifrah Law: http://www.jeffifrahlaw.com
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