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.
Revealing ‘Particulars’ In Criminal Fraud Cases
Jonathan Sack, in this article for the "New York Law Journal," discusses how while courts frequently deny particulars in fraud prosecutions, its advisable to seek a bill of particulars to help the defense avoid surprises at trial.
‘Bridgegate’ Uncovers Federalism in State Matters
The “New York Law Journal” published Jonathan Sack’s analysis of the influence that principles of federalism have had on Supreme Court decisions, using the “politically motivated” closure of traffic lanes along the George Washington Bridge in 2013, as an example.
Materiality and Admissibility of Evidence In Criminal Securities Fraud Cases
The New York Law Journal recently published Jonathan Sack’s commentary on materiality in securities fraud prosecutions. Read about important decisions examining admissibility of evidence.