Tag Archives: Criminal Law

White Collar Crime

The National Law Review would like to advise you of the upcoming White Collar Crime conference sponsored by the ABA Center for CLE and Criminal Justice Section, General Practice,  &   Solo and Small Firm Division: Event Information When February 29 – March 02, 2012 Where Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach 4525 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL, 33140-3226 United …

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White Collar Crime

The National Law Review would like to advise you of the upcoming White Collar Crime conference sponsored by the ABA Center for CLE and Criminal Justice Section, General Practice,  &   Solo and Small Firm Division: Event Information When February 29 – March 02, 2012 Where Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach 4525 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL, 33140-3226 United …

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White Collar Crime

The National Law Review would like to advise you of the upcoming White Collar Crime conference sponsored by the ABA Center for CLE and Criminal Justice Section, General Practice,  &   Solo and Small Firm Division: Event Information When February 29 – March 02, 2012 Where Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach 4525 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL, 33140-3226 United …

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White Collar Crime

The National Law Review would like to advise you of the upcoming White Collar Crime conference sponsored by the ABA Center for CLE and Criminal Justice Section, General Practice,  &   Solo and Small Firm Division: Event Information When February 29 – March 02, 2012 Where Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach 4525 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL, 33140-3226 United …

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Allegations of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence: What Must a School Do?

Recently posted in the National Law Review  an article by attorney Stephen A. Mendelsohn of Greenberg Traurig, LLP regarding universities examining their policies and procedures concerning the investigation and resolution of sexual harassment and sexual violence allegations: Recent events at major universities should cause schools to critically examine their policies and procedures concerning the investigation and resolution of sexual harassment and sexual violence allegations. …

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White Collar Crime

The National Law Review would like to advise you of the upcoming White Collar Crime conference sponsored by the ABA Center for CLE and Criminal Justice Section, General Practice,  &   Solo and Small Firm Division: Event Information When February 29 – March 02, 2012 Where Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach 4525 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL, 33140-3226 United …

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White Collar Crime

The National Law Review would like to advise you of the upcoming White Collar Crime conference sponsored by the ABA Center for CLE and Criminal Justice Section, General Practice,  &   Solo and Small Firm Division:     Event Information When February 29 – March 02, 2012 Where Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach 4525 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL, …

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Office of Foreign Assets Control: Understanding the Federal Agency

Recently posted in the National Law Review an article by Simi Z. Botic and D. Michael Crites of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP regarding  the climate surrounding our nation’s safety has drastically changed since 9/11:  Since September 11, 2001, the climate surrounding our nation’s safety has drastically changed. In an effort to promote United States foreign policy and national security goals, the Office …

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Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Costs

Recently posted in the National Law Review an article by Emily Holbrook of Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS) regarding anti-money laundering  initiatives take more precedence in the corporate world:   Each year, anti-money laundering (AML) initiatives take more precedence in the corporate world, particularly within the financial industry. According to Celent, global spending on AML compliance, including operations and technology, …

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Shooting Canons out of your Cannon

Recently published in the National Law Review an article by Kendall M. Gray of Andrews Kurth LLP regarding press coverage of the case after giving media interviews and posting comments on Facebook Hat tip to the ABA Blog for another tale of woe about attorneys who worsened their fate with bad spelling. A New York judge was concerned that defense counsel lacked …

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