John A. Galotto Esq.

John A. Galotto, B.A., Johns Hopkins University (1988); J.D., Columbia Law School (1993); Senior Editor, Columbia Law Review; Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division, Civil Trial and Criminal Enforcement Sections, 1995-2000; Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Columbia, 1999; Law Clerk to U.S. District Court Judge Edward Rafeedie, Central District of California, 1993-1994; co-author: “Right To Counsel: Courts Adhere to Bright-Line Limits,” ABA Criminal Justice Magazine, Summer, 2001 at 4; co-author, “Sensible Decision on Admissibility of Witness Guilty Pleas Repudiated in Third Circuit, but Dissenters Offer Hope in Other Circuits,” White Collar Crime Reporter, June/July 2000, at 1; co-author, “The COSO Report on Internal Control: Implications for Public Companies and Executives,” Insights, August 1993, at 29; member, American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, Committee on Court Procedure; member, bars of the District of Columbia, New York and Illinois.