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“Rule 23(a) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure Should be Amended to Eliminate the Requirement that the Government Consent to a Defendant’s Waiver of a Jury Trial” Published By American College Of Trial Lawyers

The Federal Criminal Procedure Committee of the American College of Trial Lawyers, now chaired by Steptoe & Johnson partner Brian Heberlig, who succeeded Kostelanetz partner Sharon L. McCarthy in that role, has published a white paper proposing an amendment to Fed. R. Crim. P. 23(a) to eliminate the requirement that the government

Jay Nanavati Participates In A Panel Entitled “The Monaco Memo and What That Means for Individual Liability in Corporate Crimes” At The Bahamas Financial Services Board “Tax Enforcement Without Borders” Industry Development Series

Jay Nanavati participates in a panel titled “The Monaco Memo and What That Means for Individual Liability in Corporate Crimes” at the Bahamas Financial Services Board “Tax Enforcement Without Borders” Industry Development Series on February 16, 2023. Description: Kostelanetz LLP is proud to sponsor The Industry Development Series: Tax Enforcement