Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Stringer: What Are Others Saying

In United States v. Stringer, the Ninth Circuit held that "[t]here is nothing improper about the government undertaking simultaneous criminal and civil investigations." The court reversed a district court opinion that had held that "that the government had engaged in deceitful conduct, in violation of defendants' due process rights, by simultaneously pursuing civil and criminal investigations of defendants' alleged falsification of the financial records of their high-tech camera sales company."

Many have commented on this decision. (see, e.g., here and here).  And now there are additional individuals talking about what will ultimately be the effect of this Ninth Circuit reversal.

Jeffrey B. Coopersmith and Patrick T. Jordan, DLA Piper, Stringer May Not Be Dead Yet, Securities Law 360 - Download stringer_article_final.pdf  (This article was first published in Securities Law 360 and blogged with permission).

Dechert Sent out a Notice to It's Clients titled, Ninth Circuit's Decision Raises Critical Issues for Companies and Individuals Confronted with a Government Civil Investigation.

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