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From Regulation to Prosecution to Cooperation: Trends in Corporate White Collar Crime Enforcement and the Evolving Role of the White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney

2013

The Business Lawyer

Washington, D.C. partner Robert Bennett along with counsel Hilary Holt LoCicero and associate Brooks Hanner recently co-authored “From Regulation to Prosecution to Cooperation: Trends in Corporate White Collar Crime Enforcement and the Evolving Role of the White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney,” which appeared in the American Bar Association’s law journal – The Business Lawyer. The landmark article provides thorough and timely information about the trends in white collar criminal prosecution and how these trends have changed the roles of lawyers. The article also traces the steady growth of criminal law into fields that had previously been addressed by civil statutes, and describes the means through which the federal government has encouraged cooperation between corporations that are being investigated and their investigators.

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