Mr. Bisceglie was identified as one of the top fifty lawyers in the District of Columbia by WASHINGTONIAN Magazine in 1997. He currently serves as counsel for The Trustees for Harvard University; the United Service Organizations, Inc. (USO); the University Club of Washington, D.C. and Fusao Sekiguchi, owner of the 2000 Kentucky Derby winner, Fusaichi Pegasus. Mr. Bisceglie received international praise for his representation of David Kaczynski, brother of the "Unabomer," in U.S. v. Theodore Kaczynski. Mr. Bisceglie was recognized by the American Bar Association as a "hero" of the American legal profession for his work in this case.
Mr. Bisceglie has successfully represented individuals and corporations in major investigations and administrative proceedings involving the U.S. Department of Justice (Criminal Tax; Fraud and Internal Security Sections) U.S. Attorneys' Offices, Department of Commerce; Bureau of Export Administration; Federal Bureau of Investigation, Securities and Exchange Commission; Department of Energy; Department of Transportation; Internal Revenue Service; Department of Defense; State Department; Federal Aviation Administration; and U.S. Postal Service.
Mr. Bisceglie serves on the D.C. Court of Appeals Committee on Unauthorized Practice of Law and has participated in the faculty of continuing legal education programs sponsored by the American Bar Association, the D.C. Bar Association, the New York Bar Association, and the Georgetown University Law Center. Mr. Bisceglie has lectured on such subjects as the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts, employment law, defense fact investigations in federal civil and criminal enforcement proceedings, media coverage of terrorism, criminal tax fraud and civil RICO litigation. Mr. Bisceglie serves as an arbitrator for the New York Stock Exchange and is a member of the Board of Advisors of Corporate Counsel Lawcast, a legal news service designed for in-house corporate attorneys.
Mr. Bisceglie received his BA degree (Magna Cum laude) from the University of Colorado in 1974 and his J.D. from the Antioch School of law in 1978. He is a member of the District of Columbia and Maryland Bars.