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Employee Liability for Corporate Misconduct--Elizabeth Warren Style: Can Negligence Become Criminal?

USA - September 18 2019 Since the last financial crisis and the resulting increased scrutiny on business entities, companies involved in suspected corporate misconduct...

Epstein Saga Puts Spotlight On Crime Victims' Rights Act

USA - August 15 2019 The significance of the Crime Victims' Rights Act (CVRA), which is intended to guarantee crime victims a role in federal criminal proceedings, has...

Richard F. Albert.

The International Encryption Debate: Privacy Versus Big Brother

USA, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Kingdom, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Japan - June 12 2019 Many governments, including the United States, are attempting to restrict the use of encryption services like WhatsApp and Snapchat to allow for a...

Richard F. Albert.

How Many Company Employees Can Fit Into a White-Collar Lawyer's Pool?

USA - May 22 2019 State and federal prosecutors often are suspicious and critical of efforts by a company under criminal investigation to control costs and centralize...

Should Trump’s Foreign Policy Affect Criminal Prosecutions?

USA - May 1 2019 Business has gone global. So too has business-related crime. In the interconnected business environment, white-collar criminal investigations and...

Kostya Lantsman.