New York Principal Dan Levy recently presented a CLE course for Lawline on trends in cross-border criminal enforcement.
More and more, the U.S. Department of Justice is investigating and prosecuting criminal conduct that occurs less and less in the United States. These prosecutorial efforts cut across many areas, from violations of U.S. sanctions law, to bribery and other corruption by foreign government officials, securities fraud, environmental crime, tax evasion, and many other areas. This trend shows no signs of abating.
In this course, Dan reviewed the legal issues associated with cross-border criminal investigations, addressed some of the key legal issues, and offered practical guidance to defense counsel.
Prior to joining McKool Smith, Dan served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
To purchase the CLE course on demand, click here.