Federal Courts; white collar; finance
This Article will address six different areas of white collar law and procedure: (1) fraud, (2) the Racketeer Influenced & Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), (3) conspiracy, (4) public corruption, (5) white collar practice, and (6) sentencing. Many of the cases profiled in this Article have driven legal and cultural developments far beyond the federal courts, including the cases of Leona Helmsley, one of New York’s most prominent real estate moguls; the “Mafia Commission,” a take-down of the bosses of the Five Families of La Cosa Nostra; and Abscam, a massive sting operation created by the federal government to expose corrupt officials. Of course, the cases and doctrines discussed can only scratch the surface of the vast wealth of jurisprudence and leadership that the Second Circuit has provided in the arena of white collar crime. Even more fascinating material therefore awaits the interested and industrious reader in his or her own research.
Robert J. Anello and Miriam L. Glaser,
White Collar Crime,
85 Fordham L. Rev. 39
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol85/iss1/4