Joseph G. Sconzo retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after a decorated 25- year career as a Special Agent in which he was stationed in Quantico, Virginia, Phoenix, Arizona, New York City and West Palm Beach, Florida. Over the course of his career, he was a member of the SWAT and Special Operations and led teams of agents investigating matters such as the Centennial Bomber, the Unibomber, TWA Flight 800, the initial World Trade Center Bombing, the 9-11 World Trade Center Bombing, and the Organized Crime Families in NY and NJ. Mr. Sconzo has been recognized by the Port Authority of NY/NJ, State of New Jersey, United States Attorneys Offices in both New York and South Florida as well as the Palm Beach Post for his accomplishments.
Mr. Sconzo teamed up with DEA, IRSCID, HHS, Homeland Security, and state and local law enforcement agencies to achieve countless successful prosecutions and significant monetary settlements in matters related to Healthcare Fraud, Investment Fraud and Public Corruption.
Immediately following his retirement from the FBI, Mr. Sconzo teamed up with former FBI Special Agent, Stuart N. Kaplan, and together they formed the Law Offices of Kaplan & Sconzo, P.A. The firm concentrated its efforts on Federal and State Criminal matters, Personal Injury cases, Employment disputes, Internal Compliance Audits and was extremely successful in representing victims of law enforcement misconduct and physical abuse which resulted in serious injury. During that time period, Mr. Sconzo was recognized and engaged as an expert in Counter-Terrorism and National Security which resulted in the formation of Kaplan & Sconzo Global Risk Management Group, an entity specializing in risk and threat assessment. Mr. Sconzo possesses a Private Investigator License from the State of Florida.
Mr. Sconzo opened his own law office in Jupiter, Florida in 2017 and in 2020 joined forces with his son and daughter-in-law at the Sconzo Law Office. His areas of practice remain the same, and he continues to combine his 25 years of investigative experience with unmatched enthusiasm and knowledge of the law. Mr. Sconzo is a graduate of Nova University Center for the Study of Law, is admitted to the Florida Bar, as well as admitted to practice in the United States District Courts in the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Florida. He has practiced pro hac vice in Federal courts in New York and Nevada.
Mr. Sconzo is an active member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as of the Fraternal Order of Police in Tequesta, Florida. He is the President of the Mystic Cove HOA and vice president of the Sons and Daughters of Italy in Tequesta, Florida. Mr. Sconzo serves as Icon’s Director of Legal Affairs and General Counsel.