Helpful Information

We strive to keep our clients (and prospective clients) informed about those aspects of the legal processes that could affect them. In that spirit, we present this page, which contains detailed information designed to provide clarity and remove the mystery from some of the more daunting situations that might lead you to seek our help.

We encourage you to call or email us with questions you may have regarding these discussions or to explore the possibility of our engagement. Click on the titles below to read the full discussions. And check back in the future for updates to this page.

The Federal Criminal Investigation - What to Expect

In this discussion, we track a U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division investigation from its early stages and demonstrate the importance of and need for counsel's guidance. Although we have tailored this content to the somewhat unique policies and procedures followed by the Antitrust Division, many of the descriptions and illustrations that follow would be applicable in an investigation, plea negotiation and prosecution by the U.S. Attorney's Offices and the various divisions and sections of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Federal Grand Jury Practice

This discussion illustrates the stages involved in a federal grand jury investigation and shows counsel's role in assuring that the subpoena recipient understands the process and avoids missteps in responding to a subpoena or dealing with a government agent or prosecutor.


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