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Stop and Think Before Hitting the “LIKE” Button

There are times when companies’ efforts to escape responsibility for their misdeeds borders on the absurd – this is one of those times. As reported in the New York Times yesterday, General Mills appears to be the first food company … Continue reading

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Sleeper Spy Cells in Our Own Backyard?

We recognize that the reasonable security of our country requires that certain acts of espionage be done in secret but such acts when done domestically to Americans, must follow the law the strictly and there must oversight and transparency. The … Continue reading

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Calculating Loss in a Mortgage Fraud Case – I Still Think I’m Right

I know I have lost the argument that in a mortgage fraud case, calculating the “actual loss” under the federal sentencing guidelines should include a reasonably foreseeable analysis, but it makes me feel better to continue to beat the drum … Continue reading

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