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When the Supreme Court announces a decision in a white-collar case, its statements about the law are not necessarily pellucid descriptions of what is permissible.... [Read More]
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In two cases, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals sought to translate Supreme Court decisions to different factual situations. [Read More]
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one involving cell site location and the other emails - may determine how digital information fits under Fourth Amendment protections. [Read More]
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one involving cell site location and the other emails - may determine how digital information fits under Fourth Amendment protections. [Read More]
The Supreme Court, which has been critical of white-collar prosecutions brought under broad provisions, has agreed to review the conviction of New York State businessman. [Read More]
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A federal judge's recent ruling sends a clear message to agents and prosecutors to tread carefully when using a search warrant to gather evidence. [Read More]
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The rights to "Dumb and Dumber To," a Picasso painting, a diamond and real estate are among the assets being sought from a Malaysian investment... [Read More]
A recent decision will now require the agency to seek disgorgement within five years of a violation, and the fine print is raising more questions. [Read More]
Proving a recent case will hinge on how broadly the rules will apply when the information is leaked from a government agency rather than a... [Read More]
The special counsel investigating the Russia matter must find an end-run to obtain documents that Michael T. Flynn refuses to turn over. [Read More]
Legal fees required to deal with the investigation into Russian involvement in the election will be steep. Many of those connected to it may not... [Read More]
Any inquiry into possible obstruction by the president or others will confront Supreme Court decisions that have been notably hostile to cases that push the... [Read More]
When they have good careers, and their questionable deals don't even make that much, why do they do it? Perhaps it's hubris, mixed with the... [Read More]
The federal authorities in California have begun an investigation into the ride-sharing company's use of a software program called Greyball. [Read More]
Prosecutors want to show the jury the indictment of Jesse C. Litvak, a former Jefferies executive, in a similar case to help prove that the... [Read More]
The Financial Choice Act 2.0 could make life easier for Wall Street defendants accused of wrongdoing, or at the least slow the enforcement process down. [Read More]
Jurors in Manhattan were swayed by an insider trading narrative against William T. Walters, even with a "morally corrupt" witness for the prosecution. [Read More]
Can a member of a conspiracy be required to forfeit money generated by the crime even though he never received most of it? [Read More]
The crucial first step for the agency's next chairman will be the appointment of a new director of the enforcement division. [Read More]
In white-collar crime, professions of innocence based on lack of intent cannot be proved or disproved by DNA or other physical evidence. [Read More]
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