Tuesday, September 15, 2009

NACDL Summer Series - The Use of Classified Information in White Collar Cases

The last of its summer series, NACDL with Joshua Dratel, Abbe Lowell & Ed MacMahon, Jr this Wed., September 16th on - "The Strategy of Secrets: The Use of Classified Information in White Collar Cases."

Program Summary:

The Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA) establishes detailed procedures for “matters relating to classified information that may arise in connection” with a prosecution. In today’s world, the use of evidence the government would rather keep secret has started to, and will continue to, seep into a wide range of federal criminal prosecutions. Our panel of highly experienced white collar defenders will provide strategic guidance in how to respond when the government claims the evidence in your case is classified as well as when a defender might use CIPA to their own advantage for affirmative discovery.

Details - CLE Program: 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Wine & Cheese Reception with the Panelists: 7:00 - 7:30 pm

Costs and RSVP see here

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