1993 Complex Crimes J. [i] (1993)

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       1993 COMPLEX CRIMES JOURNAL

THE ANNUAL UPDATE OF THE COMPLEX CRIMES COMMITTEE
        OF THE LITIGATION SECTION OF THE
          AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION


                    Jan Nielsen Little, Co-Chair
                    Stephen S. Cowen, Co-Chair
                    Christopher G. Caldwell, Editor



                                                       PAGES


FROM THE CO-CHAIRS  ..........................................   i

EDITOR'S NOTE ................................................. ii


THE FEDERAL GRAND  JURY: A CURRENT VIEW ............

PARALLEL PROCEEDINGS: THE UNCOMFORTABLE
        INTERSECTION OF CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LITIGATION

INSURANCE FRAUD:  PROSECUTING AND DEFENDING
        THE NEW FINANCIAL CRIME .....................

THE RESPONSIBLE CORPORATE OFFICER DOCTRINE--
        CAN YOU GO TO JAIL FOR WHAT YOU DONT KNOW?

SENTENCING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL  CRIMES
        UNDER FEDERAL LAW .........................

PREPARING THE BUSINESS CLIENT FOR
        CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS  .......................


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OF POWERS OF ATTORNEY AND KOVEL ACCOUNTANTS:
       LIMITS ON THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE
       IN CRIMINAL TAX CASES ..............................


171


McCORMICK AND EVANS: THE EVOLVING PROOF REQUIREMENTS
        OF HOBBS ACT EXTORTION UNDER COLOR OF
        OFFICIAL RIGHT ....................................... 184

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