Firm Attorneys Author Two-Part Article for Business Crimes Bulletin on Supreme Court’s October Term 2018 Criminal Law DecisionsDecember 3, 2019
In its recently ended October Term 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court decided several notable criminal law decisions. Although the Court refrained from reshaping criminal law in blockbuster opinions, the criminal cases from this term will have a meaningful impact on white-collar practitioners’ work and, importantly, offer clues regarding the movement of the criminal law in subsequent terms. In this two-part article, we review several of the key decisions and consider their implications, both for practitioners in this area and for Court-watchers interested in future Court decisions.
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In Part One of this article last month, we discussed several of the key business crimes cases from the recently concluded October Term 2018. We resume this discussion in Part Two and offer some concluding thoughts about where the Court may go next in the years to come.
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