Sunday, September 2, 2007

ABA Webcast on the McNulty Memo

"Corporate Representation after DOJ's McNulty Memo: The Implications of DOJ Policy for White Collar Defenders, Internal Investigators, Civil Litigators and Everyday Business Advisors."

The program will bring together experts to explain the McNulty Memo, its background and meaning for practitioners in white-collar prosecutions, internal investigations, civil litigation, and everyday corporate practice. Our faculty will offer insight into how DOJ is actually implementing the McNulty Memo, its significance for other government agencies, how lawyers are practicing in light of it, and how critics are taking steps to achieve further restraints.


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It seems to me that the McNulty memo is preoccupied with contextual problems that should have low, relative priority now.

With the huge backlog of cases piling up on U.S. attorneys' desks, plus the big reduction in FBI white collar crime investigations since 9 / 11, where should we go first?

To me, it's a no-brainer.

Posted by: Jack Payne | Sep 3, 2007 4:37:29 PM

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