Monthly Archives: March 2012

New Orleans Saints’ Bounty System and the Law

by Hayes Hunt and Brian Kint An investigation conducted by the NFL revealed that a number of defensive players and coaches from the New Orleans Saints maintained a “bounty” program.   As punishment, last week the NFL suspended Super Bowl-winning New

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Posted in Prosecution & Defense

Judge Rakoff & S.E.C.’s Policy of Settling Without Admissions of Wrongdoing – “HALLOWED BY HISTORY, BUT NOT BY REASON”

By Hayes Hunt and Jonathan Cavalier Published in The Legal Intelligencer on March 21, 2012 “HALLOWED BY HISTORY, BUT NOT BY REASON” – Second Circuit Stays Judge Jed Rakoff’s Challenges to the S.E.C.’s Policy of Settling Without Admissions of Wrongdoing

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Posted in Corporate Compliance

5th Amendment Self-Incrimination & Computer Encryption Passwords

By:  Hayes Hunt and Calli Varner Computer encryption software is no longer for the technologically advanced.  This readily available software allows average computer users to transform plain text into indecipherable symbols, inaccessible to anyone without a password.  With a few

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Hayes Hunt concentrates his practice in the representation of individuals, corporations and executives in a wide variety of federal and state criminal law and regulatory enforcement matters as well as complex civil litigation. Hayes is a partner in the firm's Commercial Litigation Department as well as its Criminal Defense and Governmental Investigations Group.
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