Professor Seigel Testifies on Legislation to Limit Federal Prosecutors’ Ability to Pressure Companies

Published: September 24th, 2007

Category: News Briefs

UF Law Professor Michael Seigel testified Tuesday, Sept. 18, before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary on legislation that would limit federal prosecutors’ ability to pressure cooperation from companies under investigation for corporate fraud. Seigel testified at a hearing on “Examining Approaches to Corporate Fraud Prosecutions and the Attomey-Client Privilege Under the McNulty Memorandum.” Read more online in a story reported by The Deal. Read more about what UF Law professors have been saying recently in the media and writing about in scholarly publications by clicking on on the links below.