New International Focus on Prosecution of White-Collar Crime
Michael M. Rosensaft, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman, writes that the international nature of a growing number of white-collar crime cases adds legal complexities not present in traditional domestic cases. Attorneys confront different standards before U.S. courts in their efforts to contest evidence or protect a defendant's constitutional rights, which have largely been shaped by terrorism and drug trafficking cases.
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