Publications

07.19.19 | Blog Posts

The Vanishing of Federal Sentencing Decisions

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

07.18.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Incriminating Expenses: Cannabis Legalization and the Fifth Amendment

New York Law Journal

07.10.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Judicial Review of Claims of Government Misconduct in Parallel Investigations

New York Law Journal

06.18.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Avoiding Inadvertent Disclosures of Privileged Information

New York Law Journal

06.12.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

The International Encryption Debate: Privacy Versus Big Brother

New York Law Journal

06.05.19 | Blog Posts

Insiders Report on the State of the IRS

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

05.22.19 | Blog Posts

How Many Company Employees Can Fit Into a White-Collar Lawyer's Pool?

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

05.16.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Closed for Business: Shutting Down the U.S. as an Offshore Tax Haven

New York Law Journal

05.15.19 | Blog Posts

The Proper Treatment of Fraud Victims in Federal White Collar Prosecutions

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

05.13.19 | Blog Posts

Will the Rise of Originalism Spell the End of Gay Rights Under Title VII?

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

05.07.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Hub, Spokes and Rim: Revisiting Kotteakos

New York Law Journal

05.01.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Should Trump’s Foreign Policy Affect Criminal Prosecutions?

Business Crimes Bulletin

04.23.19 | Blog Posts

Top 10 Crimes Mueller’s Report Considers

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

04.16.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

When Misrepresentations During Settlement Conferences Become Sanctionable

New York Law Journal

04.11.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Are DOJ’s F/X Prosecutions Ahead of the Law on “Trading Ahead”?

New York Law Journal

04.02.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

“Spoofing” as Fraud: A Novel and Untested Theory of Prosecution

Business Crimes Bulletin

03.15.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Does the Sixth Amendment Apply to Restitution? Two Justices Say the Answer May Be Yes

New York Law Journal

03.14.19 | Articles, Books & Journals

Is the IRS Whistleblower Program Finally Reaching Its Potential?

New York Law Journal

03.06.19 | Blog Posts

From Teapot Dome to Trump: How Congress Investigates Criminal Scandals

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement

02.20.19 | Blog Posts

Too Rich To Bail?

The Insider: White Collar Defense and Securities Enforcement