Jay Shapiro On Chevron Corp. v. Berlinger: When the Journalist's Privilege Is Lost

By Jay Shapiro, Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP "It is not a usual occurrence for a federal appellate court to have occasion to review a district court decision addressing the propriety of discovery to be used in foreign litigation, including a national civil court, a criminal prosecution...

Camreta v. Greene: Will The Supreme Court Reach An Important 4th Amendment Issue Concerning Questioning Witnesses?

By Jay Shapiro, Partner Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP "If the Supreme Court finds its way to one of the critical issues in Camreta v. Greene, 588 F.3d 1011 (9th Cir. Or. 2009) (Free unenhanced version of the opinion available from lexisONE Free Case law), it will have the opportunity to address a...

Jay Shapiro on United States v. Kaley: The Supreme Court Examines Challenges to Pre-conviction Forfeiture Seizures

In Kaley v. United States [lexis.com subscribers may access Supreme Court briefs for this case ] , argued early in this new Term of the Court, the Supreme Court will have the opportunity to resolve a split amongst the Circuits concerning what a defendant may do to challenge a pre-conviction forfeiture...

Jay Shapiro: The Supreme Court Takes Another Look At Consent Searches & Georgia v. Randolph

By Jay Shapiro This Term, the Court will have the opportunity to state whether its rule in Georgia v. Randolph is restricted to the very specific facts of that case or if there is a broader application of that holding. In Fernandez v. California , the Court examines a situation where the police were...

Kansas v. Cheever: A Defendant's 5th Amendment Rights and Opening the Door Through the Use of Psychiatric Testimony

By Jay Shapiro In this commentary, Jay Shapiro, co-chair, White Collar Defense, Investigations and Corporate Compliance Group, White & Williams LLP, analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in Kansas v. Cheever , in which the court held that admitting criminal defendant's statements...