In This Issue:
- Eleventh Circuit Holds that Production of Foreign Bank Account Records May be Compelled in Criminal Investigation Under Required Records Exception to Fifth Amendment Privilege
- Supreme Court Holds SEC to Five-Year Statute of Limitations for Civil Enforcement Actions; Decision May Extend to Other Federal Agencies
- The D.C. Circuit Expands the Scope of Honest-Services Fraud and Illegal-Gratuities Prosecutions in Ring v. United States
-Court Upholds Executive’s Conviction Stemming from Off-Label Drug Promotion
- Excerpt from Eleventh Circuit Holds that Production of Foreign Bank Account Records May be Compelled in Criminal Investigation Under Required Records Exception to Fifth Amendment Privilege:
The Eleventh Circuit recently joined the Fifth, Seventh, and Ninth Circuits in holding that subpoenaed foreign financial records properly fall within the Required Records Exception to the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination, and their production may thus be compelled in a criminal investigation. In re Grand Jury Proceedings, No. 4-10 , No. 12-13131, 2013 WL 452768 (11th Cir. Feb. 7, 2013).
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Topics: Discovery, DOJ, Fifth Amendment, Foreign Financial Accounts, Honest Services Fraud, Illegal Gratuities, Motion to Compel, Off-Label Promotion, Records Exception, SCOTUS, SEC, Statute of Limitations
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