Areas of Practice

Marshall Taheri Law Group is an A-V rated boutique litigation law firm  that provides legal services in the areas of civil litigation, business and commercial litigation, international business litigation and arbitration,  international criminal defense, legislative and governmental relations, personal injury and wrongful death, securities and investment fraud , taxation, and white collar criminal defense, nationally and internationally.


Federal and International Courts

Our firm is dedicated to providing top quality representation in all phases of international criminal defense from investigations to trial. The firm possesses the extensive knowledge of international criminal law to assist our clients at the time of need in the following international criminal cases:

  • Violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Money laundering
  • Human trafficking
  • International drug trafficking
  • Weapons transaction
  • Kidnapping
  • Violations of Export Controls
  • Violations of Currency Transmission
  • Industrial espionage
  • Piracy and intellectual property theft
  • Computer crimes
  • Other international crimes

We understand the language of the law around the world. We are fully conversant with current U.S.- International Bilateral Treaties and Conventions. We travel to other countries to represent our clients in foreign courts. Further, we utilize the assistance of the State Department in Washington, D.C., Justice Department, US Attorney's Office, US Embassies and Consulates abroad, as well as the authorities of the foreign countries in pursuit of achieving our clients' freedom.


In conjunction with our international criminal practice, we also represent our clients in the matters involving extradition proceedings. Often time an American citizen who is arrested in a foreign country for the purpose of being extradited to the United States at the request of the U.S. Government, intends to challenge the extradition for good legal reasons.

We also represent foreign national who is arrested in the United States for the purpose of being extradited to his country or a third country pursuant to a request by the foreign government, intends to challenge the extradition for good legal reasons.


Further, we represent prisoners in connection with their request to be transferred to their home countries under the provisions of the prisoner transfer treaties between the United States and certain foreign countries.

Pursuant to the prisoner transfer treaties between the United States and certain foreign countries, American citizens serving sentences in foreign countries may be eligible to be transferred to the United States to serve the remaining of their sentences close to home.

Foreign inmates serving federal sentences as well as state sentences in certain states, can apply to be considered for transfer to their home countries to serve their sentences. However, there are some restrictions on eligibility.