Federal Practice Section Meeting (SFP191113)

November 13, 2019

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Quinnipiack Club

221 Church Street New Haven, Connecticut United States

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  • Craig Raabe
  • Sarah Merriam
  • Janet Hall
  • Hugh Keefe
  • JANET ARTERTON
  • Gordon Fain
  • David Rosen
  • Robert Oliver
  • David Ring
  • Sarah Spangenburg
  • Adam Gitlin
  • Jonathan Orleans
  • Robin Tabora
  • John D'Ambrosio
  • James Reardon
  • Barbara Curatolo
  • James Cowdery
  • Thomas Murphy
  • James Nault
  • Alexis Beyerlein
  • Leslie Cahill
  • Joseph D'Amato
  • Nathan Buchok
  • David Schaefer
  • Katherine Dannenmaier
  • John Radshaw
  • Stefan Underhill
  • Matthew Diamond
  • Maytte Caldero
  • Anna Marienko
  • Kari Dooley
  • James Glasser
  • John Cerreta
  • Marc Silverman
  • Nathaniel Gentile
  • James Ralls
  • Anthony Kaplan
  • Paul Thomas
  • James Smart
  • Elsie Mata
  • Mitchell Clough
  • Nicole Brambila
  • Alex Mahler-Haug
  • Paul McConnell
  • Robert Frost
  • Shelley Sadin

Second Circuit and Supreme Court Criminal Law Update

The Criminal Law Subcommittee of the Federal Practice Section will be presenting a panel reviewing recent developments in criminal law from the Second Circuit and United States Supreme Court.  The panel will discuss recent and pending criminal cases in these Courts and the impact that these decisions may have on criminal law practitioners.  

Moderator

Judge Kari A. Dooley, United States District Judge, District of Connecticut

Panelists

Jim Glasser, Wiggin & Dana LLP
John Cerreta,
Day Pitney LLP
Marc Silverman, U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Connecticut

Program Description

The panel will review recent developments in criminal law from the Second Circuit and United States Supreme Court. The panel will discuss recent and pending criminal cases in these Courts and the impact that these decisions may have on criminal law practitioners.

CLE Credits:

1.0 CT CLE Credit | 0.0 NY CLE Credit

Contact

Member Service Center
Email: msc@ctbar.org
Phone: (844)469-2221