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Trial Attorneys for Every Situation

Bienert, Miller & Katzman, PLC consists of trial lawyers with a proven record of obtaining outstanding results for our clients. We have litigated more than 100 complex trials and dozens of appeals and have been recognized as among the best in our practice areas by U.S. News and World Report, Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers. Our lawyers include nationally recognized former prosecutors, public defenders, federal judicial clerks, big firm litigators, and the former United States Trustee for all of Southern California. As a small firm, we provide efficient, personalized attention at competitive rates.

Whether your case involves a complex criminal, civil, commercial or bankruptcy matter, we can litigate the case from inception through trial and appeal. Our firm is a leader in complex federal white-collar criminal investigations and litigation. In our civil practice we have obtained both multi-million dollar plaintiff and zero dollar defense verdicts, as well as a number of successful asset recovery investigations, judgments and collections, with results often surpassing the tens of millions of dollars. We are also an approved specialty counsel firm for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, representing it in a number of large commercial litigation matters throughout the United States. Led by the former United States Trustee for five Judicial Districts, our federal insolvency practice provides insolvency-related services in creditors’ rights, non-dischargeability and revocation actions, fraudulent transfer and preference litigation, and all other complex adversarial or contested matters.

In addition, to help athletes meet their goals both on and off the field, we take a total player approach to athlete representation. Our team provides services in all areas, including public relations, marketing and branding, wealth structuring and estate planning, off-season training and nutrition, post-career planning, and general legal services.