Brian H. Bieber Attorney At Law
Brian Bieber is a shareholder with the Miami law firm of GrayRobinson, P.A. He and his law partner Joel Hirschhorn, formerly of Hirschhorn & Bieber, P.A., merged with the firm in November of 2013. He is engaged in criminal and civil white collar defense litigation (both high profile and extremely confidential) for corporate executives, prominent individuals, athletes, actors, recording artists, ordinary citizens, as well as small, midsized and major multimillion-dollar businesses, in all federal and state courts at the trial and appellate levels. Brian concentrates on the defense of criminal violations in the areas of banking, bankruptcy, computer, environmental health care, insurance, mail, mortgage, pharmaceutical, real estate, securities, tax, wire and other types of fraud. Additionally, he defends clients charged with violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"), money laundering and “RICO” statutes, regulatory matters, Native American and Gaming laws, fraud involving COVID-19/coronavirus issues, the Paycheck Protection Program ("PPP"), Economic Injury Disaster Loans (“EIDL”), and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (“CARES") Act. Brian has represented clients’ interests in Belgium, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Iran, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Peru, Spain, Syria, and Uruguay. He also represents individuals and corporations involved in grand jury investigations. Brian has successfully represented, by way of dismissals before trial, and acquittals by juries, numerous clients charged with serious criminal activity who were facing lengthy prison sentences if convicted.
Brian is admitted to The Florida Bar, the New York Bar and the District of Columbia Bar. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeal. He is a member of the Dade County Bar Association, The Florida Bar Criminal Law Section, the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Brian was a director and served on the Board of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers from 2009-2018 and is a fellow of the prestigious American Board of Criminal Lawyers.
Brian was a recipient of the Daily Business Review’s 2005 Most Effective South Florida Lawyer Award. He was also named a finalist of the Daily Business Review's 2007 Most Effective South Florida Lawyer Award. He has been acknowledged in Super Lawyers from 2006 to present and named by Florida Trend magazine as a Legal Elite for the years 2005, 2008, 2010 to 2018, and 2020. He has also been named in the South Florida Legal Guide's "Top Lawyer".
Brian has successfully challenged, by way of appeal, Florida law enforcement's ability to collect DNA samples from convicted felons who are no longer being supervised by the state. He has earned an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell, has been featured numerous times in the Miami Herald, Sun-Sentinel, Palm Beach Post, Ocala Star Banner and other daily newspapers across the country. He has also been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, National Law Journal and various national, as well as international publications. Brian has appeared on CNN, Dateline, Good Morning America, Telemundo, 48 Hours, FOX News Channel, as well as other radio and television appearances throughout the U.S. and internationally.
Brian graduated from Rutgers University in 1991, with a bachelor of science degree in marketing from the School of Business and from the University of Miami School of Law in 1994.
Brian was born in New York, November 26, 1969, raised in Brooklyn, New York, and East Brunswick, New Jersey. He is married with one daughter and one son.
Attorney Brian Bieber-Arrests after the chaos on Capitol Hill, WFLA -AM Tampa Bay, January 2021
Seminole Tax Collector Joel Greenberg Indicted, Accused of Stalking Election Opponent, Orlando Sentinel, June 2020
Is Anywhere Safe for a Jury Trial During the COVID-19 Pandemic? Try a School Gym,The Wall Street Journal, May 2020
Florida Chief Justice: Skip Work in Courts Until June, Daily Business Review, April 2020
Ex-UN Diplomat Spared Prison For Taking $1.5M In Bribes, Law360, November 2019
US Accuses Businessmen of Bribery in Connection with Petroecuador, Financial Times, July 2019
After 78 Killings, a Honduran Drug Lord Partners With the U.S., The New York Times, October 2017
Frauds posing as Adele’s manager hit up Rihanna, Drake and other stars for show tickets, Miami Herald, May 2017
Florida Doctor Accused Of Bilking Medicare Acquitted, Law360, March 2016
UN Bribe Suspect Gets $2M Bail Package After Testy Hearing, Law360, October 2015
Can Bitcoin's Original Advocacy Group Rebuild Its Reputation, PaymentsSource, June 2015
Prosecutors Decline to Charge ex-NFL Star Sharper in Miami Beach Rape Probe, The Miami Herald, May 2014
State of Florida vs. Taylor. Jury acquittal of a serious felony charge in which Anthony Taylor was accused of aggravated assault with a firearm against his adoptive son, Miami Dolphins football player, Jason Taylor.
State of Florida vs. Sawh. Jury acquittal involving attorney accused of grand theft ($2 million from trust account).
State of Florida vs. Blank. Jury acquittal on all charges involving insurance fraud and grand thefort
State of Florida vs. Law. Charges against NFL football player Ty Law, accused of resisting arrest and disobeying a lawful command by a police officer, dropped after aggressive pre-trial presentation to the prosecutor.
State of Florida vs. Melchionno. Jury acquittal of all charges involving an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon requiring a 20-year minimum mandatory sentence if convicted. (10-20-life statues).
State of Florida vs. Smith. Reversal of Circuit Court Order requiring individual to provide a DNA sample to the State seven years after his probation was terminated. This successful appeal preserved the individual privacy rights of all Florida citizens, called into question the legality of over 700 DNA samples illegally obtained by the State, and shut-down an entire division of a Miami-based Police Department.
State of Florida vs. Spence. Aggravated battery charge against one of the country’s most prominent personal injury attorneys, dismissed.
United States vs. Ocon. Dismissal of Federal Indictment charging the possession of 400,000 pills of MDMA (Ecstasy) following our successful motion to suppress.
United States vs. Kallini. Jury acquittal of pain management physician charged with conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud, wire fraud and falsification of records in a federal investigation.