January 27, 2011
In the News & Around the Blogosphere
D. Daniel Sokol, Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, More Ian Norris - 3rd Circuit Appeals brief on whether outside counsel can serve as a "conduit" to the grand jury of a false statement
Mike Koehler, FCPA Professor, DOJ Enforcement of the FCPA - Year in Review
Thank You - Two Million Readers
This week the blog's site meter hit 2 million. Thank you everyone for continuing to click onto the White Collar Crime Prof Blog.
January 26, 2011
Scholarship - New Book
Peter D. Hardy, BNA - CRIMINAL TAX, MONEY LAUNDERING & BANK SECRECY ACT LITIGATION
Peter D. Hardy, BNA - CRIMINAL TAX, MONEY LAUNDERING & BANK SECRECY ACT LITIGATION- An analysis of the law and procedure relating to federal criminal cases handled by the IRS and DOJ, addressing the pragmatic and strategic challenges at every stage of litigation.
January 24, 2011
New Blog - FAMM
Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), a nonpartisan, non-profit organization working for sentencing reform has launched a new blog - SentenceSpeak. FAMM has been in existence since 1991 and has become the country’s premier reform organization advocating for the elimination of harsh mandatory minimum sentences. Their mission is to ensure that all offenders – including those convicted of white collar crimes – get fair and proportionate punishments.
January 23, 2011
New Scholarship - Articles
Sara Kropf, Andrew George, William C. Cleveland & Julie Rubenstein, The 'Chief' Problem With Reciprocal Discovery Under Rule 16, The Champion, Sept/Oct. 2010
Charlotte Simon, Ryan D. McConnell, & Jay Martin, Plan Now or Pay Later: The Role of Compliance in Criminal Cases