Monthly Archives: November 2018

New Sentencing Guidelines Amendments Have Two Good Provisions for White Collar Criminal Defendants (and Lawyers)

On November 1, 2018, several new amendments to the Sentencing Guidelines went into effect. Two of them are quite positive developments for defendants—and their lawyers—in white-collar criminal cases. As a procedural matter, the new amendments were proposed by the U.S. … Continue reading

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SEC Investigations 101: How It All Begins

By Daniel Portnov This post kicks off a series for non-lawyers, or non-securities lawyers, who might suddenly find themselves on the wrong end of an SEC document request, subpoena or call from SEC Enforcement division staff. Receiving a call from … Continue reading

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