Joe Magliolo to Join Panel Discussion at Annual Northern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference

April 1, 2024 | Speaking Engagements

Jackson Walker partner Joe Magliolo is set to participate in a panel discussion titled “The Past, Present, and Future of Criminal Law” at the 7th Annual Northern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference. The event will take place on Friday, April 19, at the Westin Irving Convention Center Hotel.

Joe will be joined by the Honorable Leigha Simonton (U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Texas), Gabrielle Vega (Assistant Federal Public Defender, Northern District of Texas), and Andrew Wirmani (Reese Marketos LLP). The discussion will be moderated by the Honorable Hal R. Ray, Jr. (U.S. Magistrate Judge, Northern District of Texas).

The conference will host numerous judges from the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Key topics on the conference agenda include developments in federal criminal law, the utilization of demonstratives, navigating high-stakes government matters, procedural complexities such as removal, bankruptcy trends and updates, and insights into the appellate process from trial to appeal, among others.

For more information and registration details, visit NDTX Bench Bar 2024.

Meet Joe

Joe Magliolo is a trial lawyer and former federal prosecutor with extensive experience handling significant cases and investigations involving cybercrime, False Claims Act-based allegations, export-control and economic-sanction laws, and national security issues. In his practice, Joe advises businesses and individuals under criminal or civil investigation by the government and conducts internal investigations for public and private companies seeking an independent view into their most complex problems. He also represents clients in civil disputes at the pre-trial, trial, and appellate levels in state and federal court.

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.