February 13, 2020
New York Law Journal
by Richard F. Albert, Robert J. Anello

Attorney Proffers: Practical Considerations and Some Law Too

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

One of the key tools that white-collar attorneys regularly use to engage with prosecutors – the attorney proffer – often proceeds without any express agreement regarding what ground rules apply. In our latest New York Law Journal article, “Attorney Proffers: Practical Considerations and Some Law Too,” we discuss the law around attorney proffers, highlight special considerations for corporate clients, and conclude that ample support exists for the longstanding custom and practice of using a careful attorney proffer as a means for necessary “frank discussion between defense counsel and prosecutor” without undue risk to either side.

Best Regards,

Bob Anello and Rich Albert

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Robert J. Anello
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Richard F. Albert
Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC
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