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Mike Engle Presents at Pennsylvania Bar Institute 2017 Criminal Law Update

December 18, 2017
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PHILADELPHIA –Stradley Ronon White-Collar Defense Practice Group Chair Michael J. Engle presented “Ethical Challenges in Criminal Defense and Prosecution” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 2017 Criminal Law Update on Dec. 14 in Philadelphia. Engle and co-presenter Ellen Brotman discussed ethical issues that arise in the preparation for and litigation of criminal trials, as well as counsel’s ethical obligations in a post-conviction setting. The session explored the duty of confidentiality to clients, the duty of candor to the court and the challenges presented when an attorney or former attorney is subpoenaed by a prosecuting authority to provide documents and present testimony in a variety of contexts.

Engle has more than 15 years of experience in federal criminal cases, complex white-collar defense matters, and internal or parallel investigations on behalf of corporations and other entities. He has represented white-collar defendants in complex, high-stakes federal and state prosecutions and has guided corporations and other organizations through the intricacies of government investigations. Engle has defended individuals and businesses in connection with grand jury subpoenas and in numerous jury trials.

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