Justice Building Blog Recognizes White Collar Crime Attorney Paul Calli
The bloggers of Justice Building Blog covered the victory of attorneys Guy Lewis and Michael Tein in the case Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida v. Lewis et al. In their news coverage, they recognized Lewis and Tein’s attorney, Paul Calli.
The blog post recognized Calli for restoring his clients reputations and fighting hard for the truth.
In short order Calli turned the tables. He got his client’s stories out … It was a truly remarkable feat of lawyering and one worthy of praise.
Calli is a trial lawyer who handles complex commercial litigation and white collar matters. He regularly represents law firms, lawyers, judges, physicians, professional athletes, sports agents, recording artists, and recording industry executives in sensitive civil and regulatory matters. He has tried more than 125 cases to verdict in federal and state courts throughout the United States during the past 20 years, and has won a series of acquittals in high-profile trials since 2008. In 2011, Calli defended the founder and former CEO of a publicly traded company that manufactured military and law enforcement body armor, including outfitting the U.S. Marine Corps, in the largest Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prosecution in history, DOJ’s landmark “Africa Sting” case. Calli’s client was the first person acquitted of 22 indicted persons, following a three-month trial in Washington, D.C.