Prosecutors sometimes appear to vie for the longest sentence in a white-collar case. They are aided by the amorphous concept of loss calculation under a sentencing guidelines structure that equates jail time with often-inflated assessments of loss caused by the crime. Attorneys Robert G. Morvillo and Robert J. Anello discuss two recent cases that assist white-collar practitioners in formulating arguments at sentencing and responding to loss calculations submitted by the government and probation department.
Calculating Loss Under the Guidelines
New York Law Journal
October 8, 2008