Property in Mail and Wire Fraud Cases: "Kelly v. United States" and its Aftermath

1/06/2022  |  New York Law Journal

In Kelly v. United States, the “Bridgegate” case, the Supreme Court turned its attention to the meaning of “property” in the federal mail and wire fraud statutes.  In our latest article for the New York Law Journal, “Property in Mail and Wire Fraud Cases: Kelly v. United States and its Aftermath,” we discuss how the Kelly decision influenced the outcome in two high-profile fraud cases in the Second Circuit, and how the decision might in the future affect the “right to control” theory of mail and wire fraud. 

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