Mr. Wishek's practice emphasizes the defense of persons and businesses accused of crime or facing regulatory or professional discipline, including aggressive representation through independent investigation during government and law enforcement investigations. His practice includes criminal and white collar defense on behalf of corporations and businesses, individuals, public officials, and licensed professionals, including regulatory and professional licensing defense.
He has experience in defending almost every kind of criminal allegation, including drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter, assault, firearms offenses, rape, embezzlement, insurance fraud, kidnapping, environmental crimes, health care, consumer and tax fraud, and other regulatory crimes. He has represented individuals and businesses in a broad spectrum of regulatory and professional licensing matters, from medical professionals and attorneys to licensed contractors, from an engineering firm to a non-profit drug and alcohol treatment program.
Mr. Wishek is listed in the peer-reviewed publications Best Lawyers in America and Northern California Super Lawyers, and he has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available from this peer-reviewed publication. He has successfully litigated numerous precedent-setting cases for the benefit of his clients in the Court of Appeal and California Supreme Court.
Mr. Wishek is an adjunct professor of law in the trial practice program at the University of California at Davis School of Law, and frequently serves as a presenter on a variety of legal topics in the areas of criminal defense, trial practice, administrative law, and professional license defense.