One thing is clear about the practice we call white collar criminal
defense – it is constantly changing and evolving! The issues are
increasingly complex and the press coverage more intense than ever
before. This page contains breaking news,
cutting edge developments, and scholarship from 2003 and earlier.
"The Overcriminalization of Social and Economic Conduct," Heritage Foundation, Apr. 17, 2003.
"The Chemical Security Act: Using Terrorism as an Excuse to Criminalize Productive Economic Activity," Heritage Foundation, Sep. 12, 2002.
Joe D. Whitley, David B. Weinstein, and David M. Meezan, Hanousek, Hong and Hansen: Pushing the Envelope on the Criminalization of Environmental Law, July 2002.
Gerald Lefcourt, Ronald Goldstock, and William Murphy, In Our Every Deliberation...Time for Federal Crime Policy Impact Statements, The Champion, May 1999.
Federalization of Criminal Law Report, American Bar Association, 1998.
Timothy Lynch, Polluting our Principles: Prosecutions and the Bill of Rights, Apr. 20, 1995.