Carl Steinhouse is a retired lawyer and former federal prosecutor for the United Stated Department of Justice, and thereafter in private practice specializing in class actions, white-collar crime, RICO civil and criminal trials, and civil and criminal antitrust investigations and litigation. Steinhouse served in the U.S. Army Counterintelligence Corps, 1953-1954, with a tour of duty overseas.
He served as a lecturer, editor and/or writer on several American Bar Association publications on criminal trials and grand juries. He had been involved in the National Conference on Soviet Jewry, making several trips to the Soviet Union and to Jerusalem and Helsinki on fact-finding missions. He served as board member of the Cleveland Anti-Defamation League, he was active in national ADL matters, including the legal committee and monitoring activities of hate groups.
He writes an occasional column, “The Humorous Side of the Law” for the Naples Daily News. Steinhouse is happily married and lives in Naples, Florida, where he does his writing.