QC Law represents clients accused of a wide array of white collar crimes, violent crimes and regulatory offenses.
Legal Representation in Federal Court
The federal court system is comprised of district courts (the “workhorses” of the federal court system that hear and try cases), circuit courts (intermediate appellate courts which, in practice, typically serve as the final arbiter of a dispute), and the United States Supreme Court, the ultimate authority in the federal system. Notably, federal courts only hear civil and criminal cases authorized by the United States Constitution or federal statutes. Quatela Chimeri’s litigators are specifically admitted to practice in federal court, and the Firm regularly represents individuals and businesses in a wide variety of civil cases originated in or transferred to the federal courts.
Federal Case Know-How
Quatela Chimeri’s federal court practice is led by managing partner, Joseph A. Quatela and Special Counsel James N. Salvage, Jr., a former federal judicial law clerk in the Eastern District of New York with large firm experience. We believe that individuals and businesses litigating matters in federal court – by choice or otherwise – should be guaranteed legal representation by seasoned federal practitioners. Our litigators are intimately familiar with the workings of the federal courts and are enhanced by aggressive advocacy, creative problem solving and a stellar work product, possessing the legal acumen to represent their clients’ interests in federal court at the highest level. With a strong emphasis on understanding and achieving client goals, Quatela Chimeri endeavors, whenever possible, to help clients avoid or minimize litigation by providing real-world advice and counsel, while also developing efficient, cost-effective resolutions should litigation arise.