In their International Criminal Law and Enforcement column, Nicholas M. De Feis, a partner at De Feis O'Connell & Rose, and Philip C. Patterson, counsel to the firm, examine issues relating to what e
...Defendant-Appellant: Nicholas M. De Feis, Allison S. Menkes, De Feis O'connell & Rose, P.C., New York, New York, on the Brief...
In their International Criminal Law and Enforcement column, Nicholas M. De Feis, a partner at De Feis O'Connell & Rose, and Philip C. Patterson, counsel to the firm, examine the Secretary of State's
Nicholas M. De Feis, a partner at at De Feis O'Connell & Rose, and Philip Patterson, counsel at the firm, write that despite some countries' seeming reluctance or even outright policy against extradi
...Wohl; Steptoe & Johnson; Robinson McDonald & Canna; and De Feis O'Connell & Rose. The amended complaint points to an audit...
...Trager Award, poses with Gregory J. O'Connell of De Feis O'Connell & Rose, a former assistant U.S. attorney. The...
Philip C. Patterson, counsel with De Feis O'Connell & Rose, writes that while a simple solution to the problem is not readily apparent, the current SEC settlement regime contains inherent contradicti
An investment adviser to celebrity clients has been charged with frauds in excess of $30 million. Kenneth I. Starr, a non-practicing attorney, was charged with using his complete control over client
...Nicholas M. De Feis, Craig Trainor, Philip C. Patterson, De Feis O'Connell & Rose, P.C., New York, NY Judge Cote...
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