Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel partners Barry Berke and Eric Tirschwell discuss the Fairness in Disclosure of Evidence Act of 2012, writing: No legislative or policy fix can solve all discovery problems in criminal cases, but we are confident that, if enacted into law, the FDEA would be a substantial and positive step forward in improving fairness and efficiency in the federal criminal justice system.
An End to Cat-and-Mouse Discovery Games in Federal Criminal Cases?
New York Law Journal
July 10, 2012
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