Dan Wenner authored an article, "If Your Client Became A Citizen Around The Time Of The Crime," in Law360. The article delves into the case of United States v. Olivar, No. 14-55336, 2016 WL 1553906 (9th Cir. Apr. 18, 2016), in which the government sought to denaturalize a convicted fraudster because he committed the crime just prior to his being naturalized. The government wanted to denaturalize him so he could be removed from the United States as an aggravated felon. Defense counsel whose clients are naturalized should be mindful of the timing of the criminal conduct vis-à-vis the naturalization. Even though an individual might be a naturalized citizen at the time of conviction, that person must have been "a person of good moral character" in the five years prior to naturalization; otherwise, their citizenship could be revoked.
Elizabeth Latif will be a featured speaker at the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Boston Chapter's 56th Annual March Workshop on March 8, 2017.
On January 30, Jed Davis will speak at The Knowledge Group Webcast, "Best Strategies in Protecting Your Firm Against Hackers: What Hackers Can and Cannot Do?"
Dan Wenner wrote an article, "Stingray Revealed: Cell-Site Trackers And The 4th Amendment," for Law360.
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Dan Wenner wrote an article, "End Of The Road For a Challenge To Rule 17(c), " for Law360.
On January 5, Day Pitney hosted a speech by Robert L. Capers, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, to the White Collar Crime Committee of the American Bar Association's Business Law Section (WCCC) at the firm's New York City office.
Stan Twardy was quoted in an article, “Conn.’s Top Fed Focused on Anti-Corruption, Police Partnerships,” which was published by the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Jed Davis was quoted in a breaking news article, "New York eases proposed cyber regulations after industry complaints," published by Reuters.
Steven Cash was quoted in an article,"In Patz Case, Prosecution Is Set to Rest," in the Wall Street Journal.
Steven Cash was quoted in an article, "Senate Judiciary Committee To Be Led by Non-Lawyers," in The Wall Street Journal. In the article, Cash discusses how Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California is set to become the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, joining the committee's chairman, Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa. Neither Grassley or Feinstein attended law school.