Border Search of Devices; Restitution and Forfeiture

, New York Law Journal


In their Eastern District Roundup, Schlam Stone & Dolan partners Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan review recent decisions that imposed restitution and forfeiture as concurrent penalties in a criminal case, dealt with issues of collateral estoppel in a RICO case in light of a prior acquittal on related charges, and dismissed claims against an "assisted living facility" that allegedly misrepresented the date of its licensing.

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Originally appeared in print as Border Search of Devices; Interaction of Restitution and Forfeiture

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