Pictured: Seminar Co-Chair Abbe D. Lowell interviewing NPR Justice Correspondent Carrie Johnson and Fox News Correspondent Gregg Jarrett at NACDL's 7th Annual Defending the Collar Case Seminar.
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With nearly 5,000 federal criminal offenses, and hundreds of thousands of regulations that can be punished criminally, the power of the federal prosecutor has never been stronger. Each year the white collar defense bar gathers to learn from each other, to improve their skills, and to ensure they are well-positioned to provide their clients the best defense possible. The power of prosecutors is great, but this defense revival meeting is even greater. Preview the agenda and register now!
On November 17, 2014, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, NACDL officially released its latest report, Material Indifference: How Courts Are Impeding Fair Disclosure in Criminal Cases, a major study produced jointly with the VERITAS Initiative at Santa Clara Law School. Complete copies of the report, executive summary, and fact sheet are available at www.nacdl.org/discoveryreform/materialindifference. C-SPAN3's video coverage of the launch event is available here.
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On September 12, 2013, NACDL Vice President, Barry Pollack (left) of Miller & Chevalier, served as moderator for the discussion with Mary Ellen Callahan, former Chief Privacy Officer for the Dept. of Homeland Security (second from left); Matt Apuzzo, a Pulitzer Prize winner and Associated Press reporter (middle); Liza Goitein, co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice (second from right); and Adam Goldman, a Pulitzer Prize winner and Associated Press reporter (right).
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