The federal Racketeering statute is a favorite tool of prosecutors, because it can be used to prosecute diverse cases ranging from corrupt business organizations to violent drug gangs. The primary requirement is that the government prove an entity with an organized structure, in addition to proving a series of criminal offenses committed by people within that structure.
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg has significant experience with several types of RICO cases and investigations, and can use the firm’s prosecutorial experience to recognize potential weaknesses in the government’s case and use those weaknesses to the benefit of clients.
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Rosenberg Martin Greenberg Expands White-Collar and Internal Investigations Practice with Attorneys from Levin and Curlett LLC
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP (RMG) is pleased to announce the expansion of its white-collar and internal investigations practice with the addition of the firm of Levin & Curlett LLC. Steve Levin, Chad Curlett, Sarah Lacey, and Lauren McLarney joined RMG effective January 2019. Barry Greenberg, RMG’s Managing Partner and head of the firm’s real estate…
March 17, 2017 David E. Mann & Vera D. Mann, Plaintiffs, v. Constant Ottro Bahi, et al., Defendants. In the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Civil Action No. 16-949 (JDB) MEMORANDUM OPINION Drs. David Mann and Vera Mann are an elderly couple who claim they were swindled and robbed by the…
December 6, 2018 In the final month of this Congressional session, the Senate may take up criminal justice reform. The First Step Act – a bill led by a bipartisan group that includes Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Democratic Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) – attempts to chip away at this country’s mass incarceration…