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Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 3 Oct 2011

Going well beyond current federal jurisprudence, New Jersey's Supreme Court strikes down gag provisions in plea agreements

A recent post discussed a Second Circuit decision which prevents prosecutors from penalizing a pleading defendant who challenges an upward adjustment under the Sentencing Guidelines, holding that prosecutors may not deny such a defendant the extra, third-point reduction for acceptance of responsibility simply because he forced the government to defend its position at a sentencing hearing.


Fox Rothschild LLP | USA | 6 Sep 2011

Picard vs. Wilpons: does the pending trustee lawsuit chill meaningful opportunities for sales of interests by the Mets owners? - installment 58

This Installment will address the potential legal disabilities that exist under the New York Debtor and Creditor Law for the WilponKatz families, the owners of the New York Mets (collectively, the “Wilpon Interests”), in their effort to sell a minority interest(s) in the Mets, in light of the existence of the lawsuit against them (the “Wilpon Case”) by Irving Picard, the Trustee in the Bernard L. Madoff bankruptcy

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