August 2003

August 2003

 

Articles in this Issue

  1. Affiliate News

    Affiliate News Gerald Lippert

  2. Amy Seidman Memorial Scholarship Fund

    Amy Seidman Memorial Scholarship Fund

  3. Corporate counsel as governments agent: The holder memorandum and Sarbanes- Oxley Section 307

    Corporate counsel as government's agent: The holder memorandum and Sarbanes- Oxley Section 307 Robert A. Del Giorno

  4. Direct harm to the privilege from complying with government policy: The McKesson case

    Direct harm to the privilege from complying with government policy: The McKesson case Kathryn Keneally

  5. Environmental crimes update: EPA criminal enforcement under the Bush Administration

    Environmental crimes update: EPA criminal enforcement under the Bush Administration Thomas C. Green, Kristin Graham Koehler

  6. Get off to the right start: Initial steps after taking the case

    Get off to the right start: Initial steps after taking the case William T. Whitaker

  7. Martha and Lynne: The Stewart sisters and the expansion of white collar criminal prosecution

    Martha and Lynne: The Stewart sisters and the expansion of white collar criminal prosecution Lawrence Goldman

  8. NACDL News

    Comments lead NACDL to oppose nomination of Alabama AG to federal bench Daniel Dodson

  9. NACDLs response

    NACDL's response Ralph Grunewald

  10. Part One: Essential cases to know in handling challenges to scientific evidence

    Part One: Essential cases to know in handling challenges to scientific evidence Leonard Stamm

  11. Schemes to Defraud

    Schemes to Defraud Ellen Podgor

  12. Still time to be part of NACDLs Wall of Recognition in the National Constitution Center

    Still time to be part of NACDL's Wall of Recognition in the National Constitution Center Ted Simon

  13. The Canadian response to terrorism

    The Canadian response to terrorism Steven Skurka, R. Graig Bottomley

  14. The Georgia Indigent Defense Act of 2003

    The Georgia Indigent Defense Act of 2003 Marion Chartoff

  15. The November 2003 Fraud and Theft Amendments: Do they signify the end of the U.S. Sentencing Commis

    The November 2003 Fraud and Theft Amendments: Do they signify the end of the U.S. Sentencing Commission's independence?

  16. The over-criminalization of social and economic conduct

    The over-criminalization of social and economic conduct Paul Rosenzweig

  17. The past as a predictor: Is prior drug use probative of future distribution?

    The past as a predictor: Is prior drug use probative of future distribution? Barry Tarlow

  18. The pursuit of happiness and the practice of criminal law

    The pursuit of happiness and the practice of criminal law Paul Engh

  19. Update: No victim impact testimony without specific legislative authorization

    Update: No victim impact testimony without specific legislative authorization Chris Adams

  20. What a country!

    'What a country!' Daniel J. Derienzo