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What Happens in Europe, Stays in Europe? Applying RICO to Foreign Injury, Conduct

USA, European Union - June 30 2016 Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its decision in RJR Nabisco, Inc. v. European Community, et. al., clarifyingin partthe extent to which...


Internet Infamy: Criminal Registries and White Collar Crime

USA - May 12 2016 Implementing what the New York Times has dubbed "a scarlet letter of sorts on the state's financial felons," Utah has now finalized and published its...


The Best Policy: Fifth Circuit Finds Prosecutorial Misconduct and Vindictiveness

USA - March 24 2016 Giving credence to the adage that honesty is the best policy, a panel from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in United States v. Dvorin affirmed the...


Jury hands prosecutors first loss in LIBOR trials

United Kingdom - February 4 2016 Following a four-month jury trial in London, a Southwark Crown Court jury acquitted six defendants of charges including fraud and conspiracy stemming...