BETHESDA, MD—Internationally recognized immigration law firm Grossman Young & Hammond (GYH) is pleased to announce an expansion in critical practice areas with the addition of new partner Patrick Taurel, as head of the firm’s Federal Litigation practice, and of counsel attorneys David Morris and Sheryl Winarick. The growth amplifies the firm’s strengths in complex immigration litigation, investor visa matters, and cases for the most talented and accomplished immigrants.
Taurel focuses on litigating complex immigration cases in federal and immigration court and advising criminal defense counsel on the immigration consequences of criminal convictions.
For the past 20 years, Morris has represented foreign investors and regional centers in all aspects of the EB-5 investor visa program and has served as an expert witness on EB-5 legal issues in state and federal court.
Winarick joins GYH as an attorney and thought leader/facilitator of meaningful discourse and connection among extraordinary immigrants and the U.S. communities that welcome them. She represents and advises clients on a wide range of immigration matters, including employment and family-based cases, consular processing, J1 waiver applications, and naturalization, with a focus on green cards and visas for “aliens of extraordinary ability.”