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?
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Polsinelli Podcast - White Collar Government Investigations in 2013
How do the federal sentencing guidelines work in federal fraud cases?
White Collar Enforcement in 2013
2013 marks the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis of 2008. I noted in January that this would play a significant role in white-collar enforcement and regulation in 2013, forcing the government either to act or to...more
Smith v. United States Has Significant Implications for White Collar Prosecutions -
In Smith v. United States, No. 11-8976 (Jan. 9, 2013), the Supreme Court resolved a circuit split at “the intersection of a withdrawal...more
On January 8, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments in Gabelli v. S.E.C., 133 S. Ct. 97 (2012) on the question: By when must the government initiate an action to enforce a civil fine, penalty, or...more
In This Issue:
- 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
2012 was a big year in the government's pursuit of white collar crime. 2013 – the five year anniversary of the financial crisis – brings new legislators, new regulators, and the possibility that a looming statute of...more
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