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By Marissa Koblitz Kingman

The U.S. Department of Justice has recently begun charging defendants with bank fraud in relation to Paycheck Protection Program loans as part of its continuing efforts to investigate and prosecute individuals for crimes associated with COVID-19 related aid. If the government is able to prove that fraud occurred, individuals face the

By Matthew D. Lee and Marissa Koblitz Kingman

The U.S. Department of Justice continues to seek long prison sentences for those convicted of COVID-19 related fraud. Recently, courts have agreed with prosecutors, and have issued increasingly lengthy prison terms to those convicted of Paycheck Protection Program fraud. These prison terms send a clear message to

The Presumption of Innocence is a new podcast on hot topics in the world of white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement featuring Matthew S. Adams and Matthew D. Lee, Co-Chairs of Fox’s White-Collar Criminal Defense & Regulatory Compliance Practice Group.

Taking turns as host, Adams and Lee will be joined by guest speakers with distinct

The Presumption of Innocence is a new podcast on hot topics in the world of white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement featuring Matthew S. Adams and Matthew D. Lee, Co-Chairs of Fox’s White-Collar Criminal Defense & Regulatory Compliance Practice Group.

Taking turns as host, Adams and Lee will be joined by guest speakers with distinct

By Matthew Adams, Joseph DeMaria and Marissa Koblitz Kingman

Recent remarks to the American Bar Association’s National White Collar Criminal Defense Institute by Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco serve as a clear warning to businesses that the Biden Justice Department will demand prosecutions of individuals who have engaged in corporate criminal enforcement misconduct when

A Fox Rothschild podcast brought to you by the White-Collar Criminal Defense and Regulatory Compliance Practice

The Presumption of Innocence is a new podcast on hot topics in the world of white-collar criminal and regulatory enforcement featuring Matthew S. Adams and Matthew D. Lee, Co-Chairs of Fox’s White-Collar Criminal Defense & Regulatory Compliance Practice

By Matthew D. Lee and Marissa Koblitz Kingman

The U.S. Justice Department’s COVID-related health care fraud crackdown continues to intensify. On a single day in September 2021, the Justice Department announced criminal charges against 138 defendants in 31 federal districts throughout the United States, alleging about $1.4 billion in losses. Among those charged are 42

By Matthew D. Lee and Marissa Koblitz Kingman

The owner of a Florida jet company has agreed to pay a large penalty for using government aid – which was directed to his business – on his own personal expenses.  The scheme came to light because of a whistleblower lawsuit that was filed by a former

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