Jeff Ifrah has spent his career delivering desired results for his clients – through understanding the problems in front of them and developing actionable strategies to resolve them.
As a trial lawyer and officer in the U.S. Army’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Jeff cut his teeth in federal law before serving as trial counsel to the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command at Fort Monmouth. Jeff then gained immeasurable experience as a special assistant U.S. attorney for the U.S. Attorney’s office in New Jersey.
Jeff went on to become a counsel to global law firm Paul Hastings, then stepping in as a shareholder in the litigation department of an additional international firm, Greenberg Traurig. While litigating cases against the federal government, he accomplished numerous victories in cases involving criminal and civil antitrust laws as securities laws, in addition to the Civil False Claims Act. He defended some of the most prominent companies in the United States in the sectors of pharmaceuticals, healthcare and technology.
He is widely acknowledged as legal expert. Chambers USA recognized Jeff as one of America’s leading lawyers for litigation in the specialties of White Collar Crime and Government Investigations, three years running. The authoritative guide notes his commitment to “getting a speedy resolution of contentious matters through application of good commercial sense and pragmatic legal thinking” and his “honest and hard-working” method of approaching matters. A former co-chair of two key ABA white collar subcommittees, LexisNexis has also been recognized Jeff as an expert in healthcare and securities fraud.
Nightingale’s Healthcare News ranked him as one of 12 outstanding fraud and compliance lawyers in the United States.
Jeff Ifrah is also accomplished in the field of publishing, serving on the editorial board of the World Online Gambling Law Report. A respected national expert in federal sentencing laws, Jeff is co-author of the two-volume treatise Federal Sentencing for Business Crimes, the country’s sole comprehensive discourse on federal sentencing in the context of corporate and white-collar crimes. Published by international legal publisher LexisNexis, the treatise has become a key resource relied on by prosecutors and defense attorneys throughout the United States.