Ross A. Nabatoff
Since entering private practice in 1987, Mr. Nabatoff's practice has focused almost exclusively on civil and criminal litigation. He has successfully represented individuals and entities in a wide variety of civil disputes including commercial litigation, employment discrimination, resolution of obligations owed to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and defense of law enforcement agents in their disputes with their agencies.
Mr. Nabatoff possesses extensive experience in the criminal arena. He has represented numerous individuals before the grand jury and has tried several complex, white-collar cases with his colleagues. These white-collar cases have ranged from complex real estate transactions to allegations of campaign finance fraud. He also has worked on several criminal appeals and has assisted individuals with their post-conviction remedies.
Mr. Nabatoff has also represented several high-profile entertainment clients in connection with criminal and civil matters, including Robert Downey, Jr. and Courtney Love.
From 1984-1987, he served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the United States Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Florida.
Mr. Nabatoff has also co-authored an article in the Yale Law and Policy Review on federal election law entitled "Prosecutorial Misuse of the Federal Statute in Election Law Cases." He has also appeared on CNN’s Larry King Live and radio talk shows including NPR's All Things Considered.
J.D., Washington University, 1983
B.A., cum laude, Duke University, 1980
District of Columbia
The Hon. Joseph Hatchett, former Chief Judge US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, 1983-84