FIRREA: The New Weapon of Choice for Federal Prosecutors
What Are the Drastic Ramifications of the New York State Anti-Money Laundering Actions and Penalty Enforcement?
For Jeff Skilling, 'Enron Was His Life,' Lawyer Says
PODCAST - Inside Law - White Collar Government Investigations in 2013
How do the federal sentencing guidelines work in federal fraud cases?
White Collar Enforcement in 2013
Many people see white-collar crime as victimless. But a single act of fraud can destroy many lives. Both state and federal governments punish offenders harshly in hopes of deterring others from similar behavior. Depending on...more
Under French law, an act of corruption is exclusively subject to criminal liability; there is no administrative liability. Specific rules of administrative laws, however, which provide that a company convicted by a final...more
Recent actions by the state of New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) regarding anti-money laundering (AML) fines and other sanctions imposed should cause financial institutions and their advisors to take notice,...more
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- Death and Taxes? Recent Supreme Court Arguments in Gabelli v. SEC Concerning a General Statute of Limitations for Civil Fines May Also Affect How Long the IRS Has to Assess Penalties