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Criminal Litigation

Programs & Materials

 

The documents below are written materials from programs that have been sponsored by the Criminal Litigation Committee. All files are available in PDF format unless otherwise noted. (PDF) Please note: You must be a Section of Litigation member and be logged in to access the materials.


Reading, Writing & Arrest: Issues at the Crossroads of Access to Education, Justice, and Criminal Law, October 21, 2014 (Philadelphia, PA)

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2012 ABA Section of Litigation Annual Conference, April 18–20, 2012 (Washington, D.C.)

Stranger in a Strange Land: The Emergence of Ethical and Compliance Challenges in a Globalized Legal Environment


Identification of "Red Flags" for Possible Violations of Key US Laws for Companies Operating Overses


A New Practitioner's Guide to the Federal False Claims Act: Brave New World—Recent Developments in Federal and State False Claims Act Litigation



2011 ABA Section of Litigation Annual Conference, April 13–15, 2011 (Miami, FL)

Additional Case Materials United States of America v. John J. Rigas, et al & United States of America v. Scott W. Rothstein


The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010—An Overview of Key Provisions


Dodd-Frank Final Enrolled Bill—HR 4173


Parallel Proceedings Best Practice Principles and Policies


The Pitfalls of Parallel Proceedings


Plaintiffs' Brief in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction


Pleadings and Opinions: Insurance Coverage Action Pertaining to the Directors and Officers of Stanford Financial Group and its Related Entities


Ponzi Scheme Asset Distribution: The Nexus between Asset Distribution in Parallel Bankruptcy and Criminal Litigation


Queen for a Day or Royal Fool? Perspectives on Limited Immunity Agreements and Corporate Proffers in Parallel Proceedings


Who Pays the Bills? Basic Insurance Coverage Issues in Handling Complex SEC and Internal Investigations and Criminal Guilty Pleas