White Collar Letters & Testimony

Barry Pollack Speaking

NACDL frequently testifies or provides comments on new and evolving criminal legislation and policies affecting white collar-related criminal law. This includes live testimony before, as well as written testimony, letters, and commentary to, Congress, the U.S. Sentencing Commission, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other executive branch agencies.

These submissions are provided below in reverse chronological order.  For the full set of NACDL Letters and Testimony, please click here.


 Pictured: NACDL Board Member Barry Pollack testified on April 1, 2009, before the House Judiciary Committee on the problems within a variety of pending fraud proposals.  

2014 Submissions

May 12, 2014, NACDL Comments to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Proposed Modification to Deliberate Misconduct Rule, 79 Fed. Reg. 8097 

2013 Submissions

July 19, 2013, Written Testimony of NACDL Executive Director Norman L. Reimer Before the House Overcriminalization Task Force 

July 15, 2013, NACDL Response to Request for Comment on Proposed Priorities 

June 14, 2013,Written Testimony of NACDL President Steven Benjamin Before the House Overcriminalization Task Force 

April 2, 2013,Coalition Letter Opposing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) 

March 19, 2013,NACDL Comments to U.S. Sentencing Commission on Proposed Permanent Amendments 

2012 Submissions

July 30, 2012, Coalition Letter on the Leahy Amendment to the Cybersecurity Act 

June 5, 2012, Coalition Letter on “Ensuring that Federal Prosecutors Meet Discovery Obligations” 

May 3, 2012, NACDL and NAFD Advocacy Letter on H.R. 4970, the “Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2012” 

April 23, 2012, Coalition Letter to the Senate on the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2012 (“VAWA”) (S. 1925) 

April 18, 2012, NACDL Letter on the House Judiciary Crime Subcommittee Hearing on The Prosecution of Former Senator Ted Stevens 

March 28, 2012, NACDL Letter on the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on the Special Counsel's Report on the Prosecution of Senator Ted Stevens 

March 19, 2012, NACDL Comments to U.S. Sentencing Commission on Proposed Permanent Amendments 

February 21, 2012, Coalition Letter to the Department of Justice and the Securities & Exchange Commission on "Guidance Concerning the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act"   

February 16, 2012, Written Statement of NACDL President Lisa Wayne before the US Sentencing Commission on "Public Hearing on Federal Sentencing Options After Booker 

February 8, 2012, Written Statement of David Smith before the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism and Homeland Security on "Combating Transnational Organized Crime: International Money Laundering as a Threat to our Financial Systems." 

2011 Submissions

December 9, 2011, NACDL Letter on H.R. 1823, the "Criminal Code Modernization and Simplification Act of 2011" 

November 30, 2011, NACDL Letter on H.R. 2572, the "Clean Up Government Act of 2011" 

October 11, 2011, NACDL Letter on Hearing on “Uncertain Justice: The Status of Federal Sentencing and the U.S. Sentencing Commission Six Years after U.S. v. Booker.”  

September 13, 2011, NACDL Letter on S. 1483, the Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act. 

July 27, 2011, NACDL Letter on S. 401, the Public Corruption Prosecution Improvements Act, and S. 995, the Public Officials Accountability Act. 

July 26, 2011, Written Statement of NACDL Board Member Timothy P. O'Toole Before the House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security on "H.R. 2572, the 'Clean Up Government Act of 2011.'" 

June 14, 2011, Written Testimony of NACDL Director of White Collar Crime Policy Shana-Tara Regon Before the House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, on the "Foreign Corrupt Practices Act". 

March 21, 2011, NACDL Comments to the U.S. Sentencing Commission on Proposed Permanent Amendments.  

Past Submissions by Year

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