Ryan Sparacino, the firm’s Managing Partner, focuses on complex investigations often involving U.S. government enforcement agencies. He has spent much of his career working on sensitive matters in challenging overseas jurisdictions in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
Stacy Taylor is a member of the firm’s Anti-Terrorism Act practice. Prior to joining S&A, Ms. Taylor retired as a Major in the U.S. Army and was a member of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.
Eli J. Kay-Oliphant has litigated the most complex of issues for the last fifteen years. He has represented defendants and plaintiffs in state and federal courts throughout the country, as well as in arbitration and mediation.
Mark S. Sparkman is a 30-year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency. As an operations officer, Mr. Sparkman spent his career developing insights into some of the most politically and culturally complex countries and regions in the world.
Andrew Baker is a Chief Research Officer at Sparacino PLLC. He focuses in due diligence, asset traces, and investigations in support of litigation. Mr. Baker draws upon his diverse experience in reputational and integrity investigations into individuals and corporate entities in support of Sparacino PLLC clients.
Hilary Lister serves as a Chief Investigative Officer at Sparacino PLLC. She focuses in reputational due diligence, asset searches, internal investigations, and supporting clients’ investigative needs in civil and criminal litigation.
Kristin W. Agnoli is a member of the firm’s Client Management team. Early in her career, Ms. Agnoli’s practice included small business law, community association law, estate planning, and complex real estate transactions.
Tara Rodriguez is a member of the firm’s Client Management team. Prior to joining Sparacino PLLC, Ms. Rodriguez practiced as a family law attorney in her home state of North Carolina with an emphasis on military family matters.