Gabe is a trial lawyer who practices in the area of business litigation and white collar criminal defense. He counsels and represents clients accused of misconduct and those involved in complex investigations. He also handles general corporate litigation. Gabe has significant litigation experience in both state and federal court. Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, he served as a federal prosecutor in Washington, DC for the United States Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division. While in this position, he specialized in leading criminal investigations and prosecutions involving serious federal offenses, including official misconduct, obstruction of justice offenses, conspiracy, and hate crimes. Gabe prosecuted cases in jurisdictions and federal courts across the country: including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Ohio, and Puerto Rico. He also provided counsel to numerous law enforcement offices and agencies. In addition to his career as a federal prosecutor, Gabe has served as an Assistant District Attorney for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. In that role, he enforced state criminal law and regularly litigated cases involving offenses such as fraud, forgery, and grand theft. He conducted witness interviews, grand jury proceedings, motion practice, hearings, trial preparation, and trial. While in law school, Gabe interned with both the Antitrust Division and the National Security Division of the Justice Department.
Judicial Externship, United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, Judge Susan Dlott, 2006