Hochheiser & Hochheiser, LLP is a New York litigation firm in New York City concentrating in the defense of all types of criminal matters, including white collar, murder, racketeering, narcotics, and computer-related cases; the prosecution of automobile and construction personal injuries, products liability, slip/trip and falls, police misconduct and medical malpractice; and the defense of small businesses in cases involving claims of labor and employment violations, counterfeit goods, public nuisance, and fraud. The New York firm's lead criminal defense attorney, Lawrence Hochheiser, brings a wealth of experience in defense of the firm's clients as a former prosecutor in the Manhattan DA's Rackets Bureau and as a member of the New York criminal defense bar for the past 36 years. Mr. Hochheiser was honored at the 2005 Annual Dinner of the New York Criminal Bar Association: "For excellence in the practice of criminal law, maintenance of the profession's highest standards and his untiring work in support of the criminal practitioner." Mr. Hochheiser has been listed as one of the New York area's "Best Lawyers" in the 2005 and 2006 issues of New York Magazine.
The firm's personal injury practice is led by veteran New York City plaintiff's trial attorney Alan R. Inwood, who has been obtaining compensation for victims of accidents for the past 24 years. Mr. Inwood is a member of the "million dollar verdict club" and provides the firm with expertise in the litigation of all types of negligence cases, including: Automobile Accidents, Slip/Trip and Fall, and Construction Accidents. "We find by preparing every case as if it is going to trial, we are able to obtain larger settlements for our clients who deserve to be fully compensated for their injuries," Mr. Inwood said. "We find that the combination of patience and hard work yields bigger dollars for our clients."
The New York firm's business litigation practice is led by Daniel A.
Hochheiser, a former prosecutor and managing partner of the firm. The
firm frequently represents businesses served with subpoenas, seizure orders,
closure orders, orders to show cause and a variety of other civil actions
initiated by the City of New York, the New York State Attorney General,
employees, manufacturers and competitors. Because the line between criminal
and civil litigation has blurred over the years, the New York firm's litigation
practice has grown to include the representation of a variety of small
business clients in matters involving related criminal, civil and regulatory