Lawrence W. Long
Federal White Collar Criminal Defense
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What Can a Physician Do to Prevent Being Accused or Convicted of Over-Prescribing Opioids?
March 3, 2021
United States v. Oghenevwakpo Igboba, 964 F.3d 501 (6th Cir. 2020), Fraud on the dark web
November 20, 2020
United States v. Crabtree, 11th Circuit, filed 1/3/18: Fraud and Double Jeopardy Clause, Dismissed Juror, Jury Charges
January 23, 2018
US v. Castaneda-Pozo, 11th Cir., filed 12/19/17; Sentencing Issues for Fraud Convictions; Intended Loss and Substantial Financial Hardship
January 2, 2018
US v. Diaz, 9th Cir., filed 12/6/17: The Limits (or Not!) of Expert Witness Testimony in White Collar Criminal Case
December 8, 2017
United States v. Palin, 4th Cir., filed 10/30/17: A Case Addressing Materiality in Light of United Health Services, Inc.
October 31, 2017
United States v. Ayika, 5th Cir. filed 9/14/16: Asset Forfeiture When Monies, Legitimate and Illegitimate, are Commingled, When Can the Government Seize Substitute Assets?
September 11, 2017
United States v. Chamberlain (4th Cir., 8/18/17) Fourth Circuit Abrogates Rule Allowing Forfeiture of Substitute Assets Pre-trial.
August 22, 2017
US v. Hemza Lefsih, 4th Cir., filed 8/14/17: Improper Judicial Comments Results in Reversal of Immigration Fraud Conviction
August 15, 2017
US v. Carmen Johnson, _Fed. Appx. _ (2017), 2017 WL 1226100: Asset Forfeiture and Its (Unconstitutional) Impact on Choice of Counsel
August 1, 2017