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The Martoma Verdict And the Perils of Insider Trading Cases (White Collar Crime)

On Feb. 6, 2014, former SAC Capital Advisors LP manager Mathew Martoma became the 79th individual convicted of insider trading in cases brought by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office. After less than three days of deliberation, a jury of seven women and five men convicted Martoma on all three counts of insider trading.1 Despite the herculean efforts of a defense team led by Richard Strassberg of Goodwin Proctor, Martoma faces up to 20 years in prison at a sentencing hearing scheduled for June.

By William A. Haddad in March 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime Policy
White Collar Crime Policy
By Tiffany M. Joslyn in August 2009
Category: The Champion Magazine
Roundtable Discussion Raises FCPA Concerns (White Collar Crime Policy)

NACDL participated in an April 2012 roundtable discussion with government officials about the inconsistent manner in which the government enforces the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

By Mark J. Rochon And Marc Alain Bohn in July 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime Issue (Inside NACDL)
Inside NACDL
By Norman L. Reimer in September/October 2009
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Kathryn Keneally August/September 2000 49 Supreme Court Upholds Derivative Use Immunity for the Act of Production In United States v. Hubbell, 1 the Supreme Court succinctly set out two central issues concerning a witness's Fifth Amendment rights in a criminal investigation, a

By Kathryn Keneally in August/September 2000
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Kathryn Keneally November 2000 49 Reversing a Conviction When the Government's Witness Lied In last month's issue of The Champion, the RICO Report set out a valuable analysis of the standards that courts have applied when confronted with evidence of perjury on a motion for a ne

By Kathryn Keneally in November 2000
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Kathryn Keneally January/February 2001 53 Threat to the Corporation's Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Immunity It is the basic purpose of the attorney-client privilege to provide the client with a safe haven, a person in whom all confidences may reside. It is a funda

By Kathryn Keneally in January/February 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Kathryn Keneally April 2001 61 Recent Decisions Threaten To Collapse Money Laundering into the Underlying Specified Unlawful Activity 1 The money-laundering statutes, Sections 1956 and 1957, are powerful tools for the government. Taken together, these statutes substantially cr

By Kathryn Keneally in April 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Kathryn Keneally June 2001 48   Meet the New IRS Criminal Investigation Before it Knocks on Your Client's Door The Internal Revenue Service is different now. Over the last few years, the IRS has made a concerted effort to be more responsive to taxpayers. The entire structure

By Kathryn Keneally in June 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
White Collar Crime

White Collar Crime Kathryn Keneally November 2001 41 Asserting the Fifth Amendment on a Tax Return A tax return is a series of statements made to the government, under compulsion of law and under penalties of perjury. A statement made on a tax return may be used as evidence against the maker. Thu

By Kathryn Keneally in November 2001
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