Monthly Archives: March 2016

March Madness: Drafting Error Leads to Dismissal of Criminal Charges against FedEx

Middle Tennessee State beats Michigan State. Yale beats Baylor. The Cinderella season is upon us. The next big winner is . . . FedEx. The government has accused FedEx of conspiring with online pharmacies to ship illegal drugs to dealers … Continue reading

Posted in Conspiracy, Money Laundering, Statute of Limitations, Uncategorized | Tagged | 1 Comment

A Groovy Decision by Fifth Circuit Gives Corporate Executives a Second Chance Based on Evidentiary Mistakes at Trial

The Fifth Circuit handed two corporate executives at a medical device company a big win recently. I’ve posted in the past about the indictments and trial of two former executives at ArthroCare, Michael Gluk and Michael Baker. They were found … Continue reading

Posted in Appeal, Health care fraud, Securities fraud, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Why Are We Falling for the Department of Justice’s Sales Pitch?

I just spent $1200 to listen to the Department of Justice’s sales pitch that I should bring in my clients to confess their crimes. Let me explain. Last week was the annual ABA White Collar Crime conference in San Diego. … Continue reading

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