Diana Lloyd and Kevin Ma on Improper "Anti-Shredding" Conviction

White Collar Law360

 | November 6, 2014

 | Diana Lloyd and Kevin Ma

View "Justices Smell Something ‘Fishy’ in Anti-Shredding Case"


Diana Lloyd and Kevin Ma wrote “Justices Smell Something ‘Fishy’ in Anti-Shredding Case,” in White Collar Law360 where they discuss the oral arguments and sentencing in the case Yates v. US, and the risk of the government improperly prosecuting parties based on the 18 USC § 1519, the Sarbanes-Oxley “anti-shredding” provision.  This also appeared in the Appellate, Environmental and Florida sections of Law360


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