Beth Moskow-Schnoll


The FBI defines white collar crime as “a full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals.” These offenses can range from minor benefits fraud to sophisticated Ponzi schemes, and include the non-filing taxpayer as well as the complicated tax shelter promotion. While each case requires subject matter expertise, the successful defense of white collar cases hinges on a combination of skill, creativity and judgment. These offenses present special challenges: the issues are complex, the documents are confusing and often voluminous, and the press coverage may be helping the prosecutor to sway your jurors before you even get a chance to meet them. The lawyers who regularly handle such cases understand that they involve corporate and individual defendants who are targeted as much for who they are as for what they did, and that lives, careers, and corporate existence are on the line.

This program, acclaimed for covering a spectrum of relevant topics and thoroughly discussed by recognized, experienced practitioners, will examine the substantive and procedural nuances of white collar defense. Topics will include the white collar case from investigation through appeal. Each panel will offer legal updates as well as nuts-and-bolts advice and techniques for each stage of the case. Ms. Moskow-Schnoll will discuss pre-trial motion practice in federal criminal trial.

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Related Practices

White Collar Defense/Internal Investigations