Convicted Stockbroker Describes Ethical Lessons

I met Justin Paperny in federal prison. He self-surrendered to the minimum-security camp in the late spring of 2008, and we became friends. Justin was sentenced to serve an 18-month term for a conviction redacted to securities fraud. His was not a background that would have suggested he would encounter trouble with the criminal justice […]

White Collar Prosecutions on Wall Street

The financial turmoil on Wall Street will likely bring many traders, hedge fund managers, and corporate executives to federal prison. Prosecutors will want to make a statement. They speak loudest by targeting high-profile, white collar offenders, for federal criminal indictments. When grand juries or prosecutors make those criminal charges, prison terms will follow. I’ve been […]