Liana Waite has worked with business litigation firms, counsel specializing in federal white-collar defense, and federal appellate attorneys practicing in several circuits. Her extensive career ranges from assisting with the defense of indictments for RICO Act violations and complex motions practice for discovery disputes to lengthy multi-party jury trials and post-verdict relief including appeals. Her paralegal services include working with defense counsel on recent novel issues such as the Paycheck Protection Program as well as arson, cyberstalking, and wildlife trafficking matters.
Ms. Waite attended interviews and premises searches conducted by the United States Attorney’s Office and accompanied counsel to reverse proffers for Internal Revenue Service criminal investigations. She reviewed loan and banking records at the Federal Bureau Investigation for a mortgage fraud case involving real estate developers. Ms. Waite assisted counsel during evidence presentations by the Securities and Exchange Commission for agricultural industry price fixing and prepared counsel for representation of Grand Jury witnesses and targets.
Liana Waite’s skillset optimizes counsel’s representation of clients. She adheres to best e-discovery practices with thorough case assessments for investigation, civil litigation, and government prosecutions alleging investor fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering. Her vast experience with e-discovery and forensic tool kits brings value and insight when she examines and interprets audit trails in Medicare fraud cases, evaluates social media data, and synthesizes documents with information extracted from mobile phones, personal computers, and other electronic devices.
Liana Waite provides efficient and effective paralegal services through constant client interaction, navigating court resources, and a clear understanding of each case. She has received training throughout her career from the Federal Defender National Litigation Service and earned a degree as an E-Discovery Litigation Paralegal with Bryan University.