For six years, Kerri Kaley worked at a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, selling the company's surgical innovations to hospitals. But she and about two dozen other salespeople of J&J's Ethicon Endosurgery got into trouble selling inventory that hospitals no longer wanted on the gray market, an indictment charged. Now the New York woman and her husband are the poster children in an appeal pending before the 11th Circuit on the legal standard for pre-trial seizure of a defendant's assets.
11th Circuit to Consider Whether Right to Counsel Is Lost When Assets Are Frozen
Daily Business Review
May 27, 2008