Law Firm Leaders: Mukasey Frenchman’s Marc Mukasey

By Xiumei Dong  Law360 (August 19, 2020, 3:14 PM EDT) — Marc Mukasey, a former co-chair of Greenberg Traurig LLP’s white-collar defense and investigations practice, and two other former firm shareholders launched their boutique law firm, Mukasey Frenchman & Sklaroff LLP, in spring 2019.  Here, Mukasey chats with Law360 about the reasoning behind founding the […]

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Former UBS Trader Is Cleared in Spoofing Case – NYT

A federal jury on Wednesday acquitted a former trader for the Swiss bank UBS of charges related to market manipulation, dealing a blow to a Justice Department effort to crack down on a Wall Street practice known as “spoofing.” Prosecutors accused the former trader, Andre Flotron, of trying to move market prices for precious metals […]

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Marc Mukasey Featured in New York Times Article

Navy Seal Chief Accused of War Crimes is Found Not Guilty of Murder Click Here to Read the Full New York Times Article SAN DIEGO — In a war-crimes trial that roiled the elite Navy SEALs and drew the attention of President Trump, a decorated eight-tour SEAL platoon leader was found not guilty on Tuesday […]

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Marc Mukasey Featured in Orange County Register

Defense attorney in war crimes court-martial of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher accuses NCIS agent of mishandling investigation Click Here to Read the Full Orange County Register Article. Marc Mukasey, a lawyer for decorated Navy SEAL Edward “Eddie” Gallagher, who is charged with the premeditated killing of a teen ISIS fighter and other war crimes, accused […]

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Marc Mukasey Featured in New York Times Article

Judge Removes Prosecutor in Navy SEAL’s War Crimes Court-Martial Click Here to Read the Full New York Times Article. SAN DIEGO — The lead prosecutor in the court-martial of Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL platoon leader accused of war crimes, was removed from the case on Monday in a significant setback for […]

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Robert Frenchman Featured In Reuters

An uptick in white-collar prosecutions by the Trump administration could bring relief to high-end defense lawyers, who have been searching for work after years of declining federal prosecutions. Many white-collar lawyers have been fretting about their caseloads since the Trump administration took charge of the U.S. Department of Justice, worrying that it would continue or […]

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