Dan Wenner authored an article, "How Not To File A Successful Rule 29 Motion," published by Law360. Wenner's article discusses the motion for judgment of acquittal under Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 29 through an analysis of United States v. Weed, in which the First Circuit affirmed the district court's decision to convict the defendant on all counts. The defendant, a securities lawyer, was involved in a pump-and-dump scheme along with two other individuals in which he produced false opinion letters on their behalves and argued the letters fell into the safe harbor provision of securities law. The First Circuit noted "even if Weed's novel position is correct, a reasonable jury could nonetheless find that his admitted lies about the applicability of Rule 144 were material." The case exemplifies the difficulties federal criminal defendants encounter when challenging the applicability of criminal laws to the facts of their case.
Steven Cash and Naju Lathia authored an article, "Pitching Your Cybersecurity Case to Law Enforcement Agencies," published by the New York Law Journal.
Dan Wenner authored an article, "2nd Circ. Ruling Shows Pitfalls Of Joint Defense Agreements," for Law360.
Dan Wenner authored an article, "Wey: When Search Warrants Go Wrong," for Law360.
Dan Wenner authored an article, "FBI Leaks and the Sanctity of Grand Jury Secrecy," published in Law360.
Jed Davis was quoted in a feature article, "The Privacy Fight For Digital Data Warrants Is Just Starting," published by Law360.
Dennis Kearney was quoted in an article, "GWB Scandal Figures Challenge Statute's Reach In 3rd Circ.," published by Law360.
Dan Wenner was quoted in an article, "Shkreli's Sentence Shows Risks Of Open Defiance," published by Law360.
Jed Davis was quoted in an article, "What To Watch As Supreme Court Tackles Location Privacy," published in Law360.
Dennis Kearney was quoted in an article, "Menendez Trial To Test Line Between Friendship, Corruption," published in Law360.
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