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Entries in Evidence (9)

Tuesday
Oct012013

In-house privilege shrinks again

A Dutch in-house lawyer with a law degree but no license isn't entitled to the attorney-client privilege, a recent federal case held.

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Monday
Jan232012

Regarding Foreign Evidence, The Echo Of History

[The DOJ] rarely has the ability to obtain the testimony of foreign witnesses. It is difficult to obtain foreign documents. Defense lawyers should put the government to its burden of proof and not confess without a trial.

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Thursday
Jan192012

O'Shea Lawyer: The Gov't Will Have To Alter Its Strategy

Joel Androphy is the lawyer who led John O'Shea's successful FCPA defense.

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Friday
Nov042011

Foreign Evidence And The Diplomatic Channel

Gathering evidence overseas is so difficult that U.S. law extends the FCPA's five-year statute of limitations by up to three more years.

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Monday
Sep122011

Despite Hung Jury, Sting Defendants Want Acquittal

The four Africa sting defendants who ended up in a mistrial are asking the judge to acquit them on the FCPA conspiracy count.

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Wednesday
Aug312011

Handling Naaman's Secret Evidence

As we mentioned a few weeks ago, Ousama Naaman's sentencing is on hold while he and the government review new evidence that may be classified.

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Tuesday
Aug302011

The FCPA And Evidence Abroad

"Obtaining evidence outside the United States," the U.S. Attorneys Manual says, "involves considerations unfamiliar to many American prosecutors."

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Monday
Aug222011

Not Your Father's Serious Fraud Office

The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office has . . . a personality. And it's full of charm.

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Monday
Aug152011

What's The Deal With Declinations?

After a company self discloses possible FCPA violations, or hears from the DOJ or SEC first, there are only two possible outcomes -- an enforcement action or a declination (no action by the DOJ or SEC).

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