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2013 N.J. Law. 1 (2013)

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February 2013 / No. 280                 M   agazine
In this Issue: White-Collar Crime
FEATURES
I Always Feel Like Somebody's Watching Me: Warrantless
Searches of Computer Hard Drives by the Government          5
by Khizar A. Sheikh
To Waive or Not to Waive, That is the Question             11
by Darren M. Gelber
Insurance Fraud Investigations: Constitutional Challenges
to the State's Outsourcing of Fraud Investigations to Insurers  15
by Michael S. Weinstein
Collateral Consequences of Healthcare Prosecutions         19
by Christopher A. lacono
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: What American Companies
Doing Business Overseas Need to Know                      23
by Asaad K. Siddiqi
Individual Liability and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act  33
by Lin Solomon
Independent Expenditures: A Mechanism for Bribery
in the Procurement Process?                               39
by Laurence D. Laufer and Rebecca Moll Freed
The Shrinking Importance of Intent in White-Collar Crime  43
by Jack Arseneault and Adalgiza N iiez
Defending Child Pornography Distribution Cases            45
byiJef Henninger
Avoid Becoming a Victim of Securities Fraud               48
by Mitchell H. Cobert
DEPARTMENTS
PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE                                     2

MESSAGE FROM THE SPECIAL EDITOR                                         3

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