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Joel  Cohen, Esq.

Joel Cohen, an experienced white-collar criminal lawyer, joined the firm in 1985 after ten years as a prosecutor, first with the New York State Special Prosecutor’s Office and, second, as an Assistant Attorney-in-Charge with the U.S. Justice Department’s Organized Crime & Racketeering Section (E.D.N.Y.). In those positions, he concentrated in the investigation, prosecution and trial of organized crime figures and corruption cases involving high-ranking public officials in New York, including the top leadership of the Colombo crime family, many members of the elite narcotics division of the New York Police Department, and the first ever prosecution of a sitting FBI agent.

Since arriving at Stroock, Mr. Cohen has represented and actively counseled individuals and corporations that have been investigated and/or prosecuted for alleged federal racketeering, securities violations, tax evasion, bribery, fraud, corruption, obstruction of justice, money laundering, environmental offenses, and customs violations involving alleged international frauds. He has also represented attorneys on ethical issues and in disciplinary proceedings in a number of jurisdictions in the New York area.

Programs by Joel  Cohen, Esq..

Lawyers are trusted keepers of their clients secrets, but sometimes a lawyer might suspect that the client is seeking the lawyers advice or assistance to carry out a transaction that is criminal or fraudulent. Existing Rule 1.2(d) of the American Bar...

Program Number
30157
Program Date
2020-06-08
Category
Administrative Law & RegulationsArbitration & Alternative Dispute ResolutionComplex LitigationComplex Resolution StrategyCriminal Law & ProcedureCriminal Law & White CollarCriminal Practice & ProcedureDispute ResolutionEthics & ProfessionalismFederal CourtsFlorida EligibleFraud SchemesIn-House CounselLaw Practice ManagementLitigation & Litigation SkillsLitigation and AppealsNegligence, Malpractice & Personal Injury TerrorismTrial SkillsWhite Collar
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