W. Randolph Teslik represents corporations and individuals in complex civil and criminal litigation, including jury trials and arbitrations. He also counsels businesses and individuals with respect to business disputes, reputational recovery and other matters.Randy was an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the District of Columbia, where he prosecuted major felony and fraud cases and represented the United States in criminal and civil appeals.
He served as chief of the Grand Jury Section for four years, where he supervised and conducted hundreds of complex investigations involving fraud, public corruption and violent crimes.Randy focuses on defending businesses against multiplaintiff class and collective actions involving wide-ranging claims, including:
- Breach of contract
- Unfair business practices
- Product liability
- Employment discrimination
- Wage-and-hour violations
- Business torts.
Randy defends individual and corporate clients subject to grand jury and other criminal investigations and has appeared in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout the country representing major corporations and individuals in matters of this nature.
Randy has lectured on trial practice and civil and criminal procedure topics to law school, government and continuing legal education groups.
- Has tried more than 60 jury trials.
- Practice concentrates on complex civil and criminal litigation.
- Assistant U.S. Attorney, Chief, Grand Jury Section, District of Columbia.
- J.D., American University, Washington College of Law, 1976
- A.B., Duke University, 1971
- District of Columbia
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