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FBI Expert Mixed ‘Fact’ Testimony with ‘Opinion’ (access required)

An FBI agent was properly qualified as an expert on “code” words used in alleged drug traffickers’ recorded telephone conversations, but the agent’s “conflated” testimony as both a “fact” witness and an “expert” witness failed to prevent substantial prejudice, and ...

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Company President Firing Not SOX Violation (access required)

A former president of a company that manufactures security and surveillance equipment cannot establish that his alleged whistleblower activity some 20 months earlier, including reporting alleged export violations, were a contributing factor in his termination, in violation of the Sarbanes-Oxley ...

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