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Todd Foster Voted #1 In White Collar Criminal Law

Each year Tampa Magazine asks local attorneys to nominate their peers to a Top Lawyer list, in an effort to determine who the best in the field is. Attorney Todd Foster was voted #1 in White Collar Criminal Law by his peers in the 2017 Tampa Top Lawyers poll published in Tampa Magazine.

Long Fought Battle Results in Not Guilty Verdict

“I am proud to have worked with great lawyers from Ropes and Gray in Boston, in achieving this extremely just but hard earned result. Four week alleged organized crime trial involving FBI Title III intercepts, cooperating witnesses, recorded prison calls, financial analyses, etc.” – Attorney Todd Foster “Not Guilty Verdict In Wynn Casino Land Trial […]

Mistrial and acquittal in $300M vacation rental fraud case

MIAMI (AP) – A judge declared a mistrial Friday in the case of a businessman charged with operating a $300 million vacation rental fraud scheme. U.S. District Judge Jose E. Martinez made the ruling after jurors deadlocked on their fourth day of deliberations in the case of Fred Davis “Dave” Clark Jr., the former president […]

Charges dropped against Pinellas County attorney Robert Tankel

DC News FOX 5 DC WTTGCharges have been dropped against Pinellas County attorney Robert Tankel. In June 2014, Tankel, an attorney with more than three decade experience as an attorney, was arrested, accused of inappropriately touching a child at a Big Brothers Big Sisters outing. According to a letter originating from the state attorney’s office, […]

Dunedin attorney won’t face trial

  A Dunedin attorney charged with lewd and lascivious molestation won’t be going to trial as prosecutors have opted not to pursue the case. Robert Tankel, 57, was accused last year of inappropriately touching the child on two separate outings to baseball games with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.  Tankel’s lawyer called the charges […]

Sue Carlton: Buying bail: Another sign of lopsided justice?

John Andrew Welden’s attorney was able to secure the pretrial release of his client in part due to a factor similar to how an infamous white-collar criminal guaranteed his own court appearances: by being able to verify that Welden would be able to provide around-the-clock surveillance of himself at his own expense. Find the full […]

Young paralegal at center of case involving Tampa lawyers, police sergeant

Two young women who previously worked together at a law firm met one another for happy hour in downtown Tampa late one January night. First they visited Malio’s. Next was Fly bar, filled with Millennials and and the younger Gen-X’ers a lot like themselves.   Find the full story by clicking here.