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Roger Campbell Spaeder, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1971, United States District Court District of Columbia 1971, United States Court Appeals (District of Columbia circuit) 1971, United States Court Claims 1979, United States District Court Maryland 1984, United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea and 4th circuits) 1985, United States Supreme Court 1976. Recipient Special Achievement award Department Justice, 1971.


Spaeder, Roger Campbell was born on December 20, 1943 in Cleveland. Son of Ferdinand N. and Luceil (Campbell) Spaeder.


Bowling Green University (Bachelor of Science, 1965). George Washington University (Juris Doctor, with honors, 1970).


Worked at Zuckerman, Spaeder, Goldstein, Taylor & Kolker, L.L.P. (Washington, DC) specializing in Litigation (Civil, White Collar Criminal), Bankruptcy and Workouts, Taxation, Real Estate, Partnership, Corporate and Commercial Law. Admitted to the bar, 1971, District of Columbia, United States. District Court for the District of Columbia and United States.

Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. 1976, United States. Supreme Court. 1979, United States. Court of Federal Claims.

1984, United States. District Court for the District of Maryland including Trial Bar. 1985, United States. Court of Appeals, Second and Fourth Circuits. Omicron Delta Kappa. Cardozo Prize Judge, Yale Law School, 1992.

Master, Edward Bennett Williams Inn of Court, 1996—. Author: "Special Litigation Committees Can Ease Court Battles," CLII American Banker, No. 42, p. 5, 1987; "Subpoenaed Documents: Organizational Records, The Fifth Amendment and Related Issues in Corporate Investigations," Corporate Counsel's Guide to Handling Government Investigations, p.

1235, Business Laws, Inc. 1988. Co-Author: "Gratuities and The Government Contractor," 2 Corporate Criminal Liability Reporter, No. 2, p. 14, 1988; "Negotiating Effectively With the Government in Corporate Criminal Investigations," 1 Corporate Criminal Liability Reporter, No.

3. p. 20, 1987; "New Attention to Procurement Fraud," 8 The National Law Journal, No. 27, p. 20, 1986; "Confronting Investigations for Procurement Fraud," 8 The National Law Journal, No. 28, p. 26, 1986; "Immunity Negotiations: Law and Tactics," 7 Criminal Justice, No.

2, American Bar Association, Summer, 1992. "Effective Withdrawal from a Business Conspiracy," 9 Criminal Justice, No. 1, American Bar Association, Spring, 1994.

"Immunity Negotiations: Law and Practice," Department of Justice Manual, §9-23.800A, Prentice Hall Law & Business, 1994 ed. "Voluntary Disclosure Blues: Meeting Corporation's Disparate Goals," 3 Business Crimes Bulletin, No. 1, p. 1, February 1996.

Lecturer: Criminal Practice Institute, Bar Association of the District of Columbia, 1977-1980. Continuing Legal Education, District of Columbia Unified Bar, 1979—. Program Chair, Annual National Institute, "Federal Enforcement," Georgetown University Law Center Continuing Legal Education Division and Complex Crimes Committee, Section of Litigation, American Bar Association, 1987—.

Faculty Member, National Institute for Trial Advocacy, 1978-1979. Adjunct Faculty Member: Georgetown University Law Center, 1979-1980. American University Center for Administration of Justice, 1976-1979.

Assistant United States Attorney, District of Columbia, 1971-1976. Member, D.C. Circuit Judicial Conference, 1991. Member: The District of Columbia Bar.

Federal and American (Member, Sections of Litigation, Criminal Justice, and Antitrust Law. Co-Chair, Complex Crimes Committee, Litigation Section, 1989-1992) Bar Associations. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Defense Research Institute. Zuckerman, Spaeder, Goldstein, Taylor & Kolker, L.L.P. is a national law firm based in Washington, D.C., with offices in Miami, Tampa, Baltimore and New York.

The firm's clients include corporations, partnerships and individuals located throughout the United States and abroad. The firm's litigation practice emphasizes white collar criminal defense, federal enforcement representation and the prosecution and defense of a wide variety of complex civil actions (e.g., securities fraud class actions, savings and loan litigation, malpractice litigation, antitrust, tax and commercial litigation). The firm also has an emphasis in the creditor-debtor rights area, with a concentration on major bankruptcy reorganizations, business counseling and out-of-court workouts.

The firm's business and tax groups emphasize commercial and real estate transactions, tax counseling, estate planning, and the formation, sale and merger of business entities.


Member Defense Research Institute, 1986—2008. Fellow American College Trial Lawyers. Member Association of Trial Lawyers of America, American Bar Association (co-chair committee on complex crimes litigation 1989-1992, division co-director section litigation 1992-1994), Bar Association District of Columbia (lecturer Criminal Practice Institute 1977-1980), District of Columbia Bar (committee criminal jury instructions 1972, division courts lawyers, administration of justice 1976-1978.

Advisory committee continuing legal education 1986), Association Plaintiffs' Trial Attorneys, National Association Criminal Defense Lawyers, Omicron Delta Kappa.


Married Frances DeSales Sutherland, September 7, 1968. Children: Michael, Matthew.