Monthly Archives: November 2016

Tax Fraud Cases May Be Easier to Defend But Don’t Count Your Chickens

For most crimes, the government must prove that the defendant acted intentionally. This seems like it should be a fairly high bar particularly in white-collar criminal cases but it’s not. For most crimes, the government need only prove that the … Continue reading

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A Podcast About Representing Executives in Internal Investigations Featuring . . . Me

Sometimes I’m asked whether this blog has led to clients. That’s a hard question to answer. The simple answer is probably no. I don’t write this blog for SEO purposes, and I don’t write it for the person-on-the-street. Most of … Continue reading

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Protecting the Unindicted Co-Conspirator – Bridgegate, Continued

In North Jersey Media Group, Inc. v. United States, the Third Circuit addressed another interesting legal issue that arose within the Bridgegate scandal in New Jersey. You can read more about that case here. The media’s right to access information … Continue reading

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