Jonathan S. Sack has extensive experience litigating complex civil and criminal cases. He represents individuals and companies in federal and state criminal, civil, and regulatory matters, and conducts internal investigations.
DOJ's Updated Guidance for Evaluating Corporate Compliance Programs
In his latest contribution, Jonathan Sack discusses the DOJ’s updated compliance guidance, “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs.”
Crime Victims' Rights Act Challenged by Epstein Case
Writing for the "New York Law Journal," Jonathan Sack and his co-author evaluate the ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit that held that federal prosecutors did not have an obligation under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act to tell Jeffrey Epstein’s victims of the decision not to prosecute him for sex trafficking.
Blogs of Interest
Employment Agreements Under (Dis)Stress
In his recent article in the "New York Law Journal," Jonathan Sack and his co-author look at employment contracts and how a change in compensation resulting from the coronavirus pandemic may trigger the employee's rights to severance, vesting of equity or options, and other benefits, and may impose added obligations on employers.