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Defense of Investment Advisor in High-Profile Enforcement Action

Justin Sher is defending the former co-owner of the New York Islanders in a high-profile enforcement action brought by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.  A recent news article relating to the case may be found here.

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Presentation on Honest Services Fraud

On October 28, 2009, Justin Sher participated in a presentation on honest services fraud for the New York American Inn of Court called, “Honest Services Fraud:  A Thin Line Between Innocent Conduct and Criminal Conduct.”  The presentation included a discussion of the issues that were addressed by the United States Supreme Court in its review of United States v. Skilling, United States v. Weyhrauch and United States v. Black.

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Presentation on Mark-to-Market Accounting

On March 26, 2009, Justin M. Sher spoke about “mark-to-market” accounting and short-sale regulations on a panel hosted by the New York American Inn of Court entitled, ”The Future of Securities Regulation Under the Obama Administration.”

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Article on Conflicts of Interest in Criminal Cases

Mr. Sher authored an article concerning conflicts of interest in criminal cases for the New York Federal Criminal Practice Blog.  A link to that article can be found here.

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Articles on Extraterritorial Searches and Seizures

Mr. Sher authored an article for the American Bar Association’s White Collar Committee relating to extraterritorial searches and seizures.  A link to the article can be found here.  Mr. Sher authored a related piece for the New York Federal Criminal Practice Blog, which can be found here.

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