Confidential Settlements, Taxpayer Money, Politicians: Lessons on Reform

, New York Law Journal

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We're in the second month of the Vito Lopez mess and everyone (except Lopez) agrees it was poorly handled. Now the time has come to take stock and see what we can learn about fixing the process going forward. Having served as both the New York Attorney General's chief public corruption prosecutor and a gubernatorial appointee to the state's Public Integrity Commission, I see several important lessons.

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