Publications

Attorney Brian Laliberte Continues the Ibiza Fight for Clients (Outlook, September 2011)

Plans for Ibiza Still Brewing (Columbus Dispatch, June 26, 2011)

Columbus Dispatch feature on former Ibiza property in which Axelrod Laliberte LLC represents investors.

Ohio and Federal Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Enforcement Efforts on the Rise

"Parallel" IRS (and Other) Civil and Criminal Proceedings Now Intersect

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Why It Matters to Ohio Businesses (Columbus CEO, December 2009)

Conflict of Interests: EU Data Protection Statutes and US Corporate Investigations (The Champion, August 2008)

Duke Case Shows Need to Reassess the Broad Powers Afforded to Prosecutors (Columbus Dispatch OpEd, June 23, 2007)

Getting a Grip on Litigation Holds (Business Crimes Bulletin, March 2007) (co-author)

Getting Up to Speed on e-Discovery: Avoiding Unpleasant Surprises in Future Litigation (Deloitte Financial Advisory Services White Paper, December 2006)

New Rules for Electronic Records? (Business Crimes Bulletin, June 2006) (co-author)

Opening Pandora’s Box: Locating Electronic Documents to be Produced in Discovery (ABA 2006 National Institute on White Collar Crime)

Scales of Justice Tipping Toward Prosecution (Columbus Dispatch OpEd, February 4, 2006)

The Best Defense Against Regulatory Action is an Effective Compliance Program (Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, July 2005)

Guidelines Toughened for Fighting Illegal Acts (Columbus Business First, October 8, 2004)

Stewart Case Underscores Sentencing Guideline Flaws (Columbus Dispatch OpEd, July 22, 2004)

Obstruction of Justice Takes Many Forms (Ohio State Bar Association News You Can Use, published various places)

What You Should Know About Obstruction of Justice (Ohio State Bar Association News You Can Use, published various places)

Obstruction of Justice: Definitions, Penalties (Columbus Daily Reporter, June 1, 2004)

Putting Stewart on Stand Would Have Been Iffy (Columbus Dispatch OpEd, February 25, 2004)

A Few Observations About Compliance Recordkeeping: Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Georgetown University Advanced State & Local Tax Institute, May 2003)

Sending a Carbon Copy to the Government: The Duty to Search for Electronic Documents (ABA 2003 National Institute on White Collar Crime)

White Collar Offenders’ Most Frequently Asked Questions (or, “You Can’t Win Them All”) (The Champion, April 2003)

Corporate Compliance After Enron: Know the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (Columbus CEO, November 2002)

The "New" Tax Laws – 26 U.S.C. Section 7212(a) and the One-Person Conspiracy (ABA 2002 National Institute on White Collar Crime)

The Role of the Internet in the Investigation and Defense of White Collar Cases (ABA 2002 National Institute on White Collar Crime)

Local Attorney Warns Business Owners: "Know Your Customer" (Columbus Daily Reporter, November 9, 2001)

Hard Times With Hard Drives: Paperless Evidence Issues That Can’t Be Papered Over (The Champion, August 2001)

The Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations: Still Writing on a Clean Slate (Corporate Counsel magazine, three part series, September, October and November 2000)

Insufficient Discovery and Inadequate Hearings: A Proposal to Cure Current Shortfalls in the Federal Sentencing System (Federal Sentencing Guidelines Reporter, 2000)

Starr Risks Being Branded a Heel in History (Columbus Dispatch OpEd, June 13, 1998)

Crime Doesn't Pay — But Counsel May (What Every Practitioner Needs to Know About Criminal Exposure in the Everyday Practice of Law) (Corporate Counsel’s Quarterly, January 1994 and ABA Criminal Justice Magazine, Fall 1993)

Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement in the Heartland: Ohio's Example (CompliNet)

Criminal Law in the Boardroom: Corporate Officers Become Police Officers (CEO Magazine)

Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in Asset Forfeiture Cases: United States v. Swiss American Bank (Money Laundering Law Report)

Violating Federal Regs Can Have Criminal Consequences (Inside Report, Columbus Business First)

Deloitte seeks forensics help from top lawyer (Columbus Business First)

Clock is Ticking for Offshore Account Voluntary Disclosure

Criminal Law Places Corporations at Odds with Employees (Second in Series) (Columbus Business First)

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