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Supreme Court Decides Fraud Perpetrator is Not Required to Reimburse Victim for Costs of Private Investigation

USA - June 22 2018 In Lagos v. United States, 584 U.S. ___ (2018), the Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling that limits the ability of corporate victims of fraud to…

Lea F. Courington, Jonathan S. Feld, Jason M. Ross, Edwin J. Tomko.

FCPA and Voluntary Disclosure Redux

USA - December 15 2017 On November 29, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced a revised “FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy” (“Policy”) that encourages…

Matthew Dybas, Jonathan S. Feld, Sean C. Griffin, Jason M. Ross, Edwin J. Tomko.

Second Circuit Defines When Proffer Session May Be Used as Evidence in Trial

USA - December 27 2016 When a businessperson becomes the target or subject of a criminal investigation, a critical consideration for defense counsel is whether to meet with…

Lea F. Courington, Jonathan S. Feld, Sean C. Griffin, Jason M. Ross, Edwin J. Tomko.

Victory for the Defense: Supreme Court Bans Freezing of Substitute Assets

USA - March 30 2016 In a major victory for defendants accused of criminal violations of False Claims statutes, federal health care laws and banking laws, on March 30…

Lea F. Courington, Jonathan S. Feld, Michael D. Napoli, Jason M. Ross, Edwin J. Tomko.

Recent federal court decisions highlight differing pleading standards for False Claims Act suits

USA - September 11 2014 On August 20, 2014, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit rejected the "worthless services" and "false certification" theories of…

Jonathan S. Feld, Edwin J. Tomko.