McBride to Present Federal Criminal Trial Policies & Practice CLE
In coordination with the Northern Kentucky Bar Association, Taft partner and former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Robert McBride, will conduct a CLE seminar on Oct. 3. McBride will examine the policy framework for the federal prosecution of business organizations and employees, the practical aspects of white collar investigations and prosecutions, and the value of effective compliance programs and internal investigations as mitigation. To learn more about the seminar and to register click here.
McBride is a seasoned trial attorney, experienced in investigating and prosecuting a wide variety of criminal matters. As lead attorney, McBride prosecuted cases involving complex financial frauds, money laundering, federal tax violations, healthcare fraud, national security matters, violations of the Export Control Act, immigration and human trafficking crimes, and public corruption. He also prosecuted narcotics trafficking organizations, firearms violations and crimes against children. As a prosecutor, McBride successfully tried many federal cases to jury verdict. Bob is also experienced in litigating forfeiture claims, habeas actions and appeals before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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