White Collar Law & Investigations

The Foley Hoag White Collar Law & Investigations blog addresses the developing regulatory environment that confronts businesses and individuals in virtually any industry.  Whether federal or state investigations, enforcement actions, changing enforcement priorities, criminal prosecutions or related civil proceedings, the White Collar Law & Investigations blog will provide regular coverage and updates that draw on the deep experience of Foley Hoag’s White Collar Crime & Government Investigations practice.

Earlier this week, the Southern District of New York dismissed bribery and honest services wire fraud charges brought against New York’s former lieutenant governor, Brian Benjamin, based upon the Indictment’s failure to allege an explicit quid pro quo arrangement with

A recent ruling from a federal district judge in Texas has called into question the finality of deferred prosecution agreements.  Deferred prosecution agreements are negotiated and entered into by the government and criminal defendants (typically corporations) and allow the defendant

On August 31, 2022, in a lengthy order,[1] Judge Timothy Hillman of the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts denied motions to dismiss that were filed by multiple defendant banks (the “Banks”) in an attempt to avoid liability for