• Features

    Third-Party Money Launderers

    Justin du Rivage

    Each year, the U.S. government secures more than 1,200 money-laundering convictions. Now, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), at least, is setting its sights with renewed vigor on those who help criminal organizations and terrorists conceal billions in illicit funds.

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  • Features

    The Clock Is Ticking

    Jonathan B. New and Marco Molina

    In the aftermath of the financial crisis, government regulatory agencies, such as the SEC, have aggressively pursued civil enforcement actions to combat financial fraud. However, their efforts to extend their ability to seek monetary penalties and fines outside of relevant limitations periods have been recently rebuffed by the courts.

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  • Features

    The Battle over the Scope of Rule 17(c) Subpoenas

    Jodi Misher Peikin and Curtis B. Leitner

    Before considering the competing, less restrictive, interpretation of Rule 17(c), we briefly pause to explain how we got here. The restrictive interpretation of Rule 17(c) has its genesis in two Supreme Court decisions.

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  • Columns & Departments

    In the Courts

    The Fifth Circuit recently clarified the Anti-Kickback Act. Here’s an analysis of the ruling.

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  • Columns & Departments

    Business Crimes Hotline

    Update on the DOJ’s collection of billions in enforcement actions from Volkswagen and Rolls Royce.

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