Justin E. Herdman

Justin Herdman, a trial attorney and former federal prosecutor, represents businesses and individuals involved in high-stakes commercial, product liability, and consumer fraud litigation, as well as corporate criminal litigation and government investigations. He has tried more than 20 cases in state and federal courts in New York and Ohio, and from his prior work as a prosecutor, he has extensive experience in obtaining favorable results in matters arising from fraud, export enforcement, and international investigations, particularly those involving Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.

Justin previously served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Cleveland, Ohio. During this time, he prosecuted several terrorism cases, including the successful trial and appeal of the first federal trial of a home grown terror cell in the United States, as well as serving on the team that prosecuted five individuals for attempting to destroy a Cleveland-area bridge. Justin also prosecuted highly complex matters involving the theft of trade secrets from an international manufacturing company, the illegal export of night-vision technology by a government scientist and a foreign defense contractor, and fraud and money laundering charges arising from the largest credit union collapse in U.S. history. [1]