Examining the Future of Complex Prosecutions in New York

, New York Law Journal

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Gerald L. Shargel and Ross M. Kramer of Winston & Strawn address the proposed revisions to New York state grand jury procedure, the accomplice corroboration rule, and the substantive laws on larceny, scheme to defraud and money laundering—key areas where New York state law has lagged behind federal law in the white-collar arena.

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  • The Whistleblower

    Very impressive approach. I fully support the State of New York‘s initiative to amend complex white collar fraud prosecutions to protect business owners, investors and the elderly from unscrupulous con-artists who prey on New Yorkers.

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