Joe has advised clients on matters that range from commercial contract disputes and securities litigation to internal investigations, regulatory and criminal defense, and compliance with anti-money laundering and sanctions laws. Joe has extensive experience handling complex matters that require innovative solutions and is always exploring how to integrate new technologies into his practice in order to achieve better outcomes for his clients. An expert on North Korean financing networks and front companies, he has a talent for leveraging open source research and graph databases to uncover hidden or overlooked information, then deploying it for a strategic advantage without ever losing the forest through the trees. Joe maintains an active pro bono practice. He received the Legal Aid Society’s Pro Bono Publico award in 2018 for his work responding to proposed changes in “public charge rule,” worked extensively on the District of Maryland and Fourth Circuit Travel Ban litigation, and often represents children in removal proceedings that are seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.