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A Quiet but Telling Year for Criminal Law in Supreme Court

When it comes to criminal law, it was a relatively quiet year for the U.S. Supreme Court. The court decided 22 cases with criminal law issues in the October 2016 term, and none of them will ...

Published Works

A Quiet but Telling Year for Criminal Law in Supreme Court

When it comes to criminal law, it was a relatively quiet year for the U.S. Supreme Court. The court decided 22 cases with criminal law issues in the October 2016 term, and none of them will ...

Published Works

Enforcing White Collar Criminal Law During the Trump Administration

As the Senate prepares to confirm Senator Jeff Sessions as the new attorney general and to consider nominations for other high-level positions in the Justice Department, there are many...

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The Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations: United States

There is never a shortage of high-profile corporate investigations in the United States. In the last 15 years, at least 26 of the US Fortune 100 corporations have been subject to criminal...

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Are the Yates Memorandum and the Federal Judiciary's Concerns About Over-Criminalization Destined to Collide?

Two powerful trends in federal criminal law are on a collision course. The Justice Department is expanding its efforts to prosecute individuals in every type of criminal case, highlighted...

Hogan Lovells Publications

What Is Driving the Justice Department's Pilot Program on FCPA Disclosures?

To understand how the government will regulate companies in the future, it is important to understand the problems that the government is currently trying to solve.

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How Law-Abiding Citizens Can Be Ensnared in Federal Criminal Investigations

It was recently revealed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is conducting a criminal investigation into whether front-office members of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball club illegally ...

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A Message Sent by the Federal Judiciary But Perhaps Not Received by the DOJ

Federal courts are sending an important message to federal prosecutors about the dangers of interpreting criminal statutes too broadly. The question is whether the Department of Justice is...

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