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Publications Prior to 1994

January 1, 1993
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American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Report to the House of Delegates.
“False Steps in Internal Investigations.”
“A Legal Venus Fly Trap – Reciprocal Discovery Rules and How They Work”
“Developments in Environmental Criminal Law: It’s Not Just Directors and Officers Who are Facing Jail.”
“Relation Back is Back – Through the Mirror Darkly,” ABA Criminal Justice Magazine.
“Pushing the Guidelines Envelope: Departure Practices.”
"New Perspectives in White Collar Cases.”
“Cooperators and Whistleblowers – Perils and Pitfalls of Representing Cooperating Witnesses (An Overview)”
“Developments in FCPA Investigations And Prosecutions,” UM Symposium.
“Other Agreements – Be Careful What You Ask For,” WCC National Institute.
“Over-Criminalization of Regulatory and Business Disputes – What is and is not Prosecutable,” LEI Program.
“Honest Services Fraud – Current Issues,” ABA CJS.
“The Testifying Defendant: A New Perspective,” LEI Program.
“Using the Defense of Entrapment by Estoppel.”
“A Presumption of Unreasonableness,” WCC Federal Sentencing Guideline.
“Investigations and Agents - Where Defense Lawyers and Prosecutors Cross the Line.”
“The Rising Outcry Over Privilege Waiver.”
“The Defense Lawyer Post-Booker.”
“Audit Committees and Companies in Crisis: A Cautionary Tale.”
“Hardball Tactics and Ethical Obligations of Lawyers in White Collar Cases.”
“The Future of Downward Departures.”
“The Ethics of Government Stings: When Does Inducement Become Entrapment.”


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