Our lawyers have argued important cases in search and seizure law both in the criminal and non-criminal context.  While search and seizure issues arise most frequently in the criminal context, we also regularly use our expertise in this area in civil matters, such as specialized Anton Piller and Norwich Pharmacal injunctions, and in regulatory matters involving seizures or production orders.

Our recent mandates have included representing a major telecommunications firm in issues concerning the production of private text messages to criminal investigators; acting for art collectors resisting the intrusive examination of valuable works of art on behalf of a foreign government; and advising regulatory authorities on the legality of intended uses of their search and seizure authority.