September/October 2010

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Articles in this Issue

  1. After 30 Years of the FCPA, Will Courts Finally Get Into the Act?

    After 30 Years of the FCPA, Will Courts Finally Get Into the Act?

  2. Book Review: Justice for All Challenges of the Mentally Ill In the Legal System

    Book Review John Cizik September/October 2010 33 Justice for All Challenges of the Mentally Ill In the Legal System By Dr. Sherrie Bourg Carter National Institute for Trial Advocacy (2009) Reviewed by John Cizik   With the drastic reduction in services available to the mentally ill

  3. Counseling Responsible Corporate Officers in a New Age of Government Food and Drug Enforcement

    Counseling Responsible Corporate Officers in a New Age of Government Food and Drug Enforcement Christopher R. Hall; Gergory G. Schwab September/October 2010 40 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave notice to the pharmaceutical and medical device industries in March 2010 that the age

  4. Friend of the Court

    Friend of the Court Jack King September/October 2010 53 Brady and Confrontation Clause at Play in Amicus Curiae Briefs NACDL’s Amicus Curiae Committee recently filed briefs in 10 cases, including two that will be argued this fall. In the two cases, the Supreme Court is asked to determine

  5. From the President: Tools for the White Collar Bar (From the President)

    Tools for the White Collar Bar Jim E. Lavine September/October 2010 5 This special issue of The Champion, which coincides with NACDL’s Sixth Annual White Collar Seminar, is the perfect opportunity to reflect on both the past accomplishments of the Association’s white collar initiative and th

  6. Here Come the Feds: The Significant Impact of Healthcare Reform on Government Investigations and Enf

    Here Come the Feds: The Significant Impact of Healthcare Reform on Government Investigations and Enforcement Holly Pierson September/October 2010 28 For the heavily regulated and already embattled healthcare industry, the recent changes in the healthcare arena by the Fraud Enforcement and Reco

  7. Honest Services

    Honest Services Ross H. Garber September/October 2010 49   Many Questions Remain for Honest Services Doctrine The Supreme Court has now limited the scope of the “honest services” provision of the federal mail and wire fraud laws, 18 U.S.C. § 1346. 1 In Skilling v. United States, 2

  8. Is BP Just a Drop in the Ocean? A Primer on Environmental Crimes and The Continuing Enforcement Tren

    Is BP Just a Drop in the Ocean? A Primer on Environmental Crimes and The Continuing Enforcement Trends

  9. NACDL News

    NACDL News Shana-Tara Regon; Tiffany Joslyn September/October 2010 8 NACDL Launches Honest Services Fraud Filings and Decisions Bank In an effort to track the post-Skilling honest services legal landscape and to arm practitioners with the latest developments and case law, NACDL’s White C

  10. The 'Chief' Problem With Reciprocal Discovery Under Rule 16

    The 'Chief' Problem With Reciprocal Discovery Under Rule 16