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Brady Obligations of Civil Investigators

, New York Law Journal


Ronald G. Blum and Arunabha Bhoumik write: Behind the headlines generated by the Mathew Martoma verdict is a decision by U.S. District Judge Paul Gardephe that exposes the artifice of coordinated, but "separate," criminal and civil investigations by the DOJ and civil enforcement agencies such as the SEC, the CFTC, and Justice Department civil attorneys.

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Originally appeared in print as Civil-Criminal Crossroads: Brady Obligations of Civil Investigators

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