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Federal Criminal Defense

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP services clients across the nation focusing exclusively on federal defense. If you are under investigation or facing charges for a federal crime, our former Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors can help. Call (888) 519-4897 now. Facing a federal investigation or federal charges is an extremely serious matter that requires experienced legal…

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Attempt and Conspiracy: What Targets of Federal Fraud Investigations Need to Know About 18 U.S.C. Section 1349

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Diligent Federal Attorneys Defending Allegations of Fraud In terms of federal prosecution, 18 U.S.C. Section 1349 is one of the government’s most-potent tools for exposing targets of federal investigations to severe criminal penalties. Titled, “Attempt and Conspiracy,” 18 U.S.C. Section 1349 provides for prosecution in cases even where individuals and organizations are unsuccessful in committing…

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What Is a Federal Criminal Conspiracy?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Get the Experienced Former Department of Justice Attorneys of Oberheiden & McMurrey on Your Team! Many federal criminal cases are structured as so-called “conspiracies.” This article explains the concept of a federal criminal conspiracy, the elements that the government needs to prove beyond a reasonable doubt to establish a conspiracy among multiple defendants, as well…

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Are You Liable for Insider Trading? Understanding the Law and Key Defense Strategies

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Effective Federal Insider Training Defense Attorneys While major insider trading cases make national headlines, it is far more common for company owners, executives, board members, and professional advisors to face insider trading allegations outside of the public eye. Civil litigation involving insider trading claims can lead to substantial liability, and those who have been accused…

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The Road to Trial: What to Expect When Your Company Sues (or Gets Sued)

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Experienced Federal Business Litigation Attorneys If you are new to business litigation, setting realistic expectations is an important first step in preparing for the substantive and procedural aspects of your case. There are many decisions to be made: Determining the types of claims to assert Determining what defenses might apply Determining what counterclaims you can…

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