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Former Cyber and National Security Prosecutor Joe Magliolo Joins Jackson Walker’s Investigations & White Collar Defense Team – Jackson Walker | #cybercrime | #computerhacker


Jackson Walker is pleased to welcome Joe Magliolo as a partner in the Trial & Appellate Litigation practice of the Dallas office. Joining the Investigations & White Collar team, Joe brings distinguished experience as a former Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, handling cases and investigations involving cybercrime, export-control, and national security issues.

While at the Northern District of Texas, Joe was the Lead Computer Hacking and IP (CHIP) Attorney and prosecuted numerous high-profile cases involving violations of U.S. economic sanctions laws, cybercrime and dark-web-based crime, terrorism, wire and mail fraud, and money-laundering offenses. In addition, he held TS/SCI clearances, developed crisis-response plans for the district, and was named among a select number of AUSAs nationwide to serve on the Department of Justice’s Disruptive Technology Strike Force.

“We are really excited to have Joe join the firm and grow our Investigations & White Collar team,” said Litigation Practice Chair W. Ross Forbes. “His proven track record as a prosecutor will be invaluable to our clients facing white-collar defense challenges.”

“His proven track record as a prosecutor will be invaluable to our clients facing white-collar defense challenges.”

Erica Benites Giese, leader of the Investigations & White Collar group, added, “Joe’s experience and leadership in the Cyber/National Security Section in the Northern District of Texas is highly impressive. Our firm hired an exceptionally talented and well-respected attorney, and I am excited about the continued growth of our highly skilled team.”

On his decision to join Jackson Walker, Joe stated, “I am excited to contribute to the firm’s already impressive litigation team and to help clients navigate the complex and often challenging world of white collar issues and government investigations.”

“I am excited to contribute to the firm’s already impressive litigation team and to help clients navigate the complex and often challenging world of white collar issues and government investigations.”

Prior to his time as a federal prosecutor, Joe clerked for The Honorable Leslie H. Southwick of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and practiced litigation at two prominent law firms. His work included defending a major Japanese automotive parts manufacturer in a significant antitrust investigation and representing clients in federal and state courts on matters related to the Civil Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Joe received his B.B.A. from Texas A&M University and his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law.

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Since Jackson Walker’s founding in 1887, our attorneys have represented some of the most influential companies and business leaders in the world. Today, we remain firmly rooted in Texas while serving clients around the globe. With about 30% of the firm’s over 500 attorneys practicing litigation, JW has one of the largest trial practices in the Southwest and has been identified among the top law firms “Most Feared in Litigation” by BTI Consulting Group in 2022 and 2023 for demonstrating a “fearless nature, urgency, relentlessness, and an aggressive strategy.” Learn more by visiting the Trial & Appellate Litigation practice page.

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