Salinas v. Texas: Your Silence May Be Used Against You Re: U.S. Supreme Court Litigation

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Marc Mukasey, a former federal prosecutor and SEC enforcement attorney, represents corporations and individuals facing allegations of securities fraud, antitrust violations, environmental crimes, money laundering, bribery, mail/wire fraud, tax offenses, embezzlement, and other business crimes. He also conducts internal investigation work on behalf of corporate clients. His internal investigation work has been noted in The Wall Street Journal and Business Week Online.

Mr. Mukasey has represented corporate and individual...


Jonathan Halpern is a partner in Bracewell & Giuliani's litigation practice and focuses his practice on white collar criminal defense, corporate internal investigations, trials, appeals and complex, civil litigation. A significant component of his practice consists of the representation of individuals and business organizations in investigations and prosecutions by the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Attorney's Offices, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, including the Internal Revenue Service and the Office of...

Floren J. Taylor, Litigation Attorney, Bracewell Law Firm

Floren Taylor is an associate in Bracewell and Giuliani's New York office, where she is a member of the Litigation section. Her practice focuses on white collar criminal defense, securities enforcement, and complex commercial litigation.

Ms. Taylor's criminal practice focuses on antitrust violations, securities fraud, pay-to-play schemes, public corruption, federal environmental crimes and obstruction of justice. She also assists with companies' internal investigations of potential misconduct, often in response to allegations of fraud or...

Katherine M. Sullivan, Litigation Attorney, Bracewell Law firm

Kate Sullivan counsels clients in general commercial and civil litigation, as well as white collar defense and broker dealer regulatory matters throughout the trial and appellate process.

While in law school, Kate was a judicial intern with the Honorable Robert J. Miller of the New York Appellate Division, Second Department, and with the Honorable Michael A. Shipp in the District of New Jersey.