France Modernizes Its Criminal Procedures

In a post on the Global Anticorruption Blog curated at Harvard Law School, which you will find in PDF format in the Publications page, and you can see online here, I describe a subtle but very important shift in France’s efforts to address corporate crime: Whereas traditionally complex economic and financial crimes involving international corporationsContinue reading “France Modernizes Its Criminal Procedures”

Internal Investigations and the Specter of State Action

The Spring edition of the Litigation Journal published by the American Bar Association includes my article “Internal Investigations and the Specter of State Action.”  You will find a PDF copy in the Publications section of this site. The article was inspired by the May 2019 opinion of Chief Judge Coleen McMahon of the United StatesContinue reading “Internal Investigations and the Specter of State Action”

Comment on US v. Hoskins, and the difficulty of addressing “jurisdictional” issues in criminal cases

On April 10, the excellent Compliance & Enforcement blog edited by the NYU Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement published my comment called “What the Hoskins Rule 29 Acquittal Reveals About Contesting ‘Jurisdictional’ Issues in American Criminal Justice.” You will find a PDF in the Publications page of this site, and a link to itContinue reading “Comment on US v. Hoskins, and the difficulty of addressing “jurisdictional” issues in criminal cases”