Calli Law Partner Chas Short was cited in a recent article in the Northwestern University Law Review, Natalie Ram, Innovating Criminal Justice, 112 Nw. U. L. Rev. 659 (2018). In Innovating Criminal Justice, University of Baltimore Professor Natalie Ram discusses the rising significance of...
Paul Calli was quoted by Policy and Regulatory Report (PaRR) in an article on criticisms of the Department of Justice’s recent Foreign Corrupt Practices Act “guidance” – the Yates Memorandum. In short, the Yates Memorandum urges companies to self-report FCPA violations, but gives little...
A recent article by the Miami Herald highlighted Calli Law, LLC attorneys Paul Calli and Chas Short’s victory in obtaining $4 million for their clients – a prestigious law firm and its partners – who were sued in a series of frivolous lawsuits. As...
Over the past three years, Paul Calli and Chas Short have successfully defended clients who were sued in a campaign of vexatious litigation by the Miccosukee Tribe. The Tribe had falsely alleged, in a series of lawsuits in federal and state court, that its...
A former shipping executive whose record five-year price-fixing conviction was upheld by the US First Circuit Court of Appeals has pledged to seek further — and higher — review of his case. Read the entire article (PDF).
At least, that’s the apparent directive if you’re a DOJ prosecutor tasked with trying to win the ever-elusive conviction against an individual DOJ claims violated the FCPA. Earlier this month, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates issued a memorandum titled “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing.” Taking into...
From FCPA Professor, July 1, 2015 In mid-June, the FCPA prosecution of Joseph Sigelman came to an abrupt halt after DOJ’s star witness admitted to giving false testimony on the stand. The case ended in a plea to one conspiracy count and a sentence of...
The bloggers of Justice Building Blog covered the victory of attorneys Guy Lewis and Michael Tein in the case Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida v. Lewis et al. In their news coverage, they recognized Lewis and Tein’s attorney, Paul Calli. The blog post recognized...
From the Miami-Dade "Daily Business Review" Paul Calli helped free a former Sunrise executive who faced trial with other weapons dealers. A California judge dismissed the conspiracy charge against Calli's client. Read the entire article (PDF).