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Decriminalized Marijuana and the Promise of Legal Profits >
April 2, 2014
Business Crimes Bulletin
By: Barbara Rowland
In an April 2014 article for American Lawyer Media's Business Crimes Bulletin, Principal Barbara Rowland explores recent changes in the law surrounding use and distribution of marijuana. In particular, Ms. Rowland analyzes how models and standards from other highly regulated industries may help enterprises considering entry into the legal marijuana industry, including entrepreneurs and financial institutions.
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Shot Across the Bow: Pennsylvania AG's Strict Liability Criminal Prosecution of Fracking Company >
September 18, 2013
By: Ronald H. Levine
According to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's criminal complaint (click here to download), Exxon Mobil subsidiary XTO Energy was producing natural gas from two wells; the wells released toxic waste water to be stored in holding tanks; and, in November 2010, a state inspector found that the drain plugs were missing from 5 - 10 tanks which discharged about 57,000 gallons of waste water into the ground or a stream.
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Article: "The Federal Prosecutor As Regulator: Good Manufacturing Practices and The False Claims Act" >
May 29, 2013
By: Ronald H. Levine
In the May 2013 issue of the Law Journal Newsletter's Business Crimes Bulletin, Post & Schell Principal Ron H. Levine explores the potential expansion of False Claims Act actions against medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers for alleged violations of the FDA's current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) regulations.
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Sleepless Nights: Compliance Challenges Facing Today's Medical Device Executives >
May 3, 2013
By: Ronald H. Levine
In an article in the May 3, 2013 issue of Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor, Ron Levine examines the list of compliance challenges that medical device executives need to consider as they risk analyze to allocate compliance resources.
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In the Wake of Southern Union, Do Juries Need to Determine Criminal Restitution? >
December 28, 2012
The Legal Intelligencer
By: Abraham J. Rein
Peter Hardy and Matt Newcomer examine the Supreme Court's Southern Union decision, and look at how a defense victory federal courts are turning to the next potential application of the principles that animated the Southern Union holding: criminal restitution.
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New Amendments to the Guidelines for Securities Cases to Take Effect Tomorrow >
October 30, 2012
By: Matthew T. Newcomer
A cocktail of events - including the economic downturn and media-friendly criminal trials involving high-profile professionals and wire taps that historically were reserved for prosecuting more traditional criminal organizations - has helped to fuel Congressional and executive branch promises to combat securities fraud more aggressively.
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