Joseph H. Tipograph


Born and raised in the Montgomery County suburbs of Washington, DC, Joseph H. Tipograph received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Michigan in 2002 with a major in Economics and received both his Juris Doctor and his Master’s in Business Administration from Emory University in 2008. He is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, the State of New York and in the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin.

Mr. Tipograph is an attorney at Heideman Nudelman & Kalik, PC representing victims of terror and their families in federal court litigation and contributing to the firm’s corporate representation and international legal filings. He is a member of the American Bar Associate and in the past has served in leadership roles including as Vice Chair for the Section of Antitrust Law’s Insurance & Financial Services and Compliance & Ethics Committees. He is also a member of the New York State Bar Association, the DC Bar Association, and the Next Generation Board of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Prior to joining HNK, Mr. Tipograph practiced antitrust law at various law firms in Washington where he successfully represented Fortune 500 companies and executives in civil and criminal litigation and in front of the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission.

He has also counseled companies and trade organizations on legal compliance on collaborations with competitors, implementations of sales and distribution policies, expansions of operations into new markets and other competitive business practices; and helped launch one of the leading antitrust publications on the market today.
Mr. Tipograph has also managed cyber-security crises for some of the largest companies by leading round-the-clock surveillance operations, coordinating with investigators, developing legal and media response strategies and keeping clients apprised of data hacking incidents and methodologies. Through this experience, he is familiar with several techniques employed to penetrate data security firewalls or otherwise frustrate operations including Structured Query Language injections, social engineering, and Distributed Denial of Service attacks.

Mr. Tipograph’s body of work provides him with valuable insight into the key legal, regulatory, and business issues in numerous industries including healthcare, technology, consumer goods, education, industrial products, financial services, distribution, advertising, publishing, transportation, and real estate. He leverages this insight to provide cutting edge legal counsel to his clients in their efforts to arrive, survive and thrive in these arenas.

Mr. Tipograph is married to Ariana Heideman Tipograph. They are proud parents of their daughter Maya Tipograph.