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White Collar Litigation

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concentrates her practice in White Collar litigation and related civil and compliance matters including international fraud and money laundering, consumer protection, mortgage industries, health care, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and general fraud offenses; USA Patriot Act of 2001 and Bank Secrecy Act; and matters relating to the imposition of economic sanctions by the Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control. Ms. Van Vliet has extensive trial experience in both the prosecution and defense of white collar and complex litigation. During her tenure with the United States Department of Justice, she served as ...
Milbank is a global law firm, with approximately 550 lawyers who provide a full range of financial and business legal services to many of the world's leading financial, industrial and commercial enterprises, as well as governments, institutions and individuals.
Jane Parver - Partner - Kaye Scholer LLP - Jane W. Parver - Law ...
Jane Parver is an experienced trial lawyer who concentrates her practice in the area of civil and white collar litigation and internal investigations. She represents Fortune 500 companies, individuals, and public entities in a broad range of civil and criminal matters, trials, and appeals in state and federal courts, as well as federal and state agency proceedings. Ms. Parver regularly counsels clients on board governance issues, compliance issues and internal problems, develops corporate codes of conduct, and conducts internal investigations. MORE Ms. Parver was the Executive Assistant United States Attorney for the ... market research, surveys and trends
Live Audio Webcast - Do the Right Thing: Practical Tips on FCPA ...
FCPA enforcement activity has rapidly increased, involving more aggressive legal theories and law enforcement techniques, increased global coordination, and rising financial penalties. The Department of Justice (“DOJ”) currently has more than 130 pending investigations that are being supported by an enlarged staff, as well as greater use of the U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and a specialized unit at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) devoted to the FCPA. In 2009 alone, these efforts included 40 enforcement actions by the DOJ and SEC that produced more than $600 million in penalties and ... market research, surveys and trends


THE AM LAW 100: Debevoise Revenue Up 7 Percent as Per Partner ...
Revenue at the New York-based firm grew to $760.8 million on the heels of significant litigation and white-collar investigation work for the likes of Siemens AG . But in a sign that the firm is not immune from the financial crisis, profits per partner dropped to $2.23 million. The drop-off in profitability followed declines at other New York-based firms, such as Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom ; Sullivan & Cromwell ; and Davis Polk & Wardwell . Only a few, such as Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and Weil, Gotshal & Manges , have posted positive results in a year when consultants and industry observers predicted the Big ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Small Firm Business - Dwyer & Collora's Relationships Help Its ...
can trace its civil litigation work for dialysis services company Fresenius Medical Care North America to a white-collar defense assignment for an executive of a company Fresenius eventually bought. During that case several years ago, Dwyer & Collora partners Bill Kettlewell and Maria Durant formed ties with Ron Castle of Washington, D.C.'s Arent Fox . Fresenius wasn't a party to the criminal case but was keeping an eye on the court proceedings. When Castle became deputy general counsel in charge of litigation at the Waltham, Mass.-based Fresenius in 2004, he called Dwyer lawyers for advice on restaurants, where to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Dell May Hold Road Map for Goldman and SEC
could try to resolve its own battle with the S.E.C. over the sale of a collateralized debt obligation. Rather than accuse Dell of engaging in intentional fraud, the S.E.C. only charged it with negligence, a much less harmful conclusion to the case. It remains to be seen whether the S.E.C. will be as accommodating with Goldman in its securities fraud case as it appears to be with Dell, along with its founder and chief executive, Michael Dell . But at least this case shows the commission is willing to be flexible in how it resolves its cases and could give Goldman an argument for a “me too” settlement. Peter J. Henning, writing ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Stanford's Co-Defendants Try to Flee the 'Circus'
Just as you don’t get to pick your family, defendants accused of being members of a conspiracy have to live with one another, even though that means a jury may lump them together in deciding their guilt. Executives from the Stanford Financial Group charged with participating in a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme are learning this lesson as they deal with what one described in a legal brief as the “circus” surrounding their co-defendant, R. Allen Stanford , the firm’s founder. White-collar crime prosecutions usually involve multiple defendants, and a conspiracy charge is often at the heart of the case. That charge means a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Boston litigation boutique Dwyer
May 24, 2010 ... in other years, white-collar litigation dominates. But relationships with other law- yers are still key. Earlier this month, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Intellectual Property Rights and Criminal Actions: Report of ...
In 2003-04, the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) conducted a study to ...... Source: NW3C Survey of Intellectual Property and White-collar Crime ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Corporate and “White Collar” Crime
Spring 2010 v. 1.0. Overview: This class will take students through an overview of the theory and practice of white collar litigation in the criminal arena. ...
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why the president named David S. Cohen assistant secretary of the ...
Obama is moving quickly to fill Treasury slots, after Friday's high-profile withdrawals with a release today announcing ... "his intent to nominate the following individuals for key posts at the Treasury Department: David S. Cohen, Assistant Secretary of Treasury, Terrorist Financing; Alan B. Krueger, Assistant Secretary of Treasury, Economic Policy; and Kim N. Wallace, Assistant Secretary of Treasury, Legislative Affairs. Each of the nominees is currently serving as a Counselor to the Secretary of Treasury." Here's the release: President Obama Announces Key Treasury Appointments WASHINGTON -- Today, ...