Monthly Archives: May 2019

SEC Investigations 101: The Endgame

This post is the eighth in a series of posts for non-lawyers, or non-securities lawyers, who might suddenly find themselves on the wrong end of a Securities and Exchange Commission document request, subpoena or call from Enforcement division staff. By Dan … Continue reading

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Why Judges Should Stop Asking Jurors About Police Officer Witnesses During Voir Dire

By Sara Kropf Jury selection as a funny thing. As I’ve said before, it is far more art than science. Most courts have a list of standard questions of the ask every juror during jury selection. One of those questions … Continue reading

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Outsourcing DOJ Investigations?

By Dan Portnov Last week, the government moved one tiny step closer to being able to “outsource” its criminal investigations to non-DOJ actors. In a post-trial order, Southern District of New York Chief Judge Colleen McMahon excoriated the government for … Continue reading

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