Category Archives: Continuing education

Fourth Circuit Finally Concedes that the Government Cannot Take Your Stuff Before Trial

A few months ago, I wrote a blog post predicting that the Fourth Circuit would stop allowing federal prosecutors to seize untainted assets before conviction. (Buffing fingernails on shirt.) And now it has. Okay, my prognostication was not exactly out … Continue reading

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The FCPA Institute Is Coming to Washington

Fellow blogger and professor Mike Koehler is bringing his famed “FCPA Institute” to Washington, DC on September 19 and 20. If you’ve always wanted to handle FCPA cases, or already handle them but want to learn more, go to this … Continue reading

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