Publications

 

 

“Judge Robert Smith’s Fresh Look at Hearsay,” New York Law Journal, September 2, 2014

 

Co-author, "Where To Self-Report a White Collar Offense," Atticus, a publication of the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Summer 2014

 

"Enforceability of Incontestability Clauses in ‘STOLI’ Policies," New York Law Journal, March 6, 2012 (co-author)

 

"Securities Fraud" chapter of the 2003 revised edition of White Collar Crime (co-author)

 

"Brady" chapter in Defending Federal Criminal Cases: Attacking the Government's Proof (co-author)

 

"Federal Sentencing During the Interregnum: Defense Practice as the Blakely Dust Settles," 17.1 Federal Sentencing Reporter 51, October 2004 (co-author)

 

"Federal Sentencing after 'Blakely,'" New York Law Journal, July 19, 2004 (co-author)

 

"High Court Considers 'Blakely' in Light of 'Apprendi' and 'Ring,'" New York Law Journal, May 6, 2004

 

"Judge Van Graafeiland Honored," 12.2 Federal Bar Council News 1, April 2005

 

"Judge Karas Joins the Southern District," 11.5 Federal Bar Council News 13, December 2004

 

"Magistrate Judge James Orenstein Inducted in EDNY," 11.4 Federal Bar Council News 4, October 2004

 

"Certification of State Law Questions," 11.3 Federal Bar Council News 14, June 2004

 

"Judge Richard M. Berman," 11.3 Federal Bar Council News 22, June 2004

 

"Sweeping Changes to Confrontation Clause Jurisprudence," 11.2 Federal Bar Council News 20, April 2004

 

"Judge Martin Resigns, Citing Limits on Sentencing Discretion and Lack of Job Satisfaction," 10.5 Federal Bar Council News 20, December 2003

 

"Judge Wesley Moves to the Second Circuit," 10.4 Federal Bar Council News 3, October 2003

 

"Congress Passes Sweeping Changes to U.S. Sentencing Guidelines," 10.3 Federal Bar Council News 23, June 2003

 

"Retroactive Application of the PROTECT Act," New York Law Journal, June 24, 2003 (co-author)

 

"New Sentencing Rules Affect Money Laundering," New York Law Journal, November 14, 2001 (co-author)

 

"Separating Fraud from Tax Evasion in 'Fitzgerald,'" New York Law Journal, May 3, 2001 (co-author)

 

"Government Lawyer Confidentiality after Lindsey," 1 Government, Law & Policy Journal 30, 1999 (co-author)