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The U.S. Department of Justice announced yesterday the arrest of a Chinese professor upon his arrival in the United States in connection with a 32-count indictment for economic espionage. Hao Zhang, a professor at Tianjin University (TJU) located in the People’s Republic of

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Ask any modern day professional and they’ll likely agree – connections to people matter. Regardless of industry, it seems indisputable that networking is not just important, but that mutually beneficial relationships are an invaluable resource.  Social media companies are a perfect illustration

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Taylor Swift’s clever response to the recent hack of her Twitter and Instagram accounts shows her nonchalant attitude towards the intrusion of her privacy, but let’s get real, what legal action can she, or other victims for that matter, take

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Sheldon Kennedy, age 26, of Lincoln, Nebraska was charged by complaint on charges arising from the alleged sale of drugs, guns and counterfeit currency on a website known as Silk Road.  The complaint was filed on January 31, 2014 and

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According to a press release, millions have been forfeited to the United States Government in connection with the prosecution of Ross William Ulbricht, the alleged owner and operator of the Silk Road website. This isn’t the first time Silk Road

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Robert S. Kanli, also known as Robert S. Martin, 33, born in La Mirada, California, was arrested on charges alleging that he emailed threats to kill an official in the United States Embassy in Pristina, Kosovo. Kanli made his initial

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Last Thursday, Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Justice Department collected more than $8 billion in civil and criminal cases in fiscal year 2013. Approximately $5.9 billion was collected through civil litigation efforts, while $2.2 billion represents funds that

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Every federal criminal case requires defense counsel to review the investigation and evidence for constitutional violations. A substantial majority, if not all, of federal cases involve search warrants; thus, a thorough review of the requirements of the Fourth Amendment is

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