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Evaluating Whether to Cooperate in a Federal White Collar Criminal Investigation

USA - August 15 2019 In most federal white collar criminal investigations, the government seeks the assistance of cooperating witnesses to provide clarity and context...

Nicole L. Buseman.

The Vanishing of Federal Sentencing Decisions

USA - July 19 2019 In civil cases, the most important decisions that federal district judges make typically are recorded in the form of written opinions that are...

The Proper Treatment of Fraud Victims in Federal White Collar Prosecutions

USA - May 15 2019 In white collar cases, federal prosecutors around the country reflexively fileand district courts routinely grantmotions seeking to bar defense...

Peremptories And Prejudice: The Striking Role Of Employment Status In Jury Selection

USA - February 15 2019 It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a trial lawyer in possession of limited information about prospective jurors, may exercise strikes based...

How Institutional Dynamics Have Shaped Insider Trading Law

USA - November 21 2018 The past decade has brought multiple significant decisions in insider trading law, but has not substantially clarified the line between legal and...