Tag: white collar

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Recognized as Best of the Best … Named in “Top 100 Pennsylvania” and “Top 100 Philadelphia” and “Top 50” Women Super Lawyers

Federal and white collar criminal defense lawyer recognized internationally among “Inspirational People,” NiaLena Caravasos, is incredibly honored to be heralded as the Best of the Best and named once again for the 3rd year in both the “Top 100 Pennsylvania” Super Lawyers and the “Top 100” Philadelphia Super Lawyers among female and male colleagues in all practice areas throughout the state. Most of […]

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CLE Instructor on White Collar Fraud

Nationally recognized Philadelphia federal criminal defense and white collar crime attorney NiaLena Caravasos is honored to have been invited once again back to her alma mater, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. This time, she spoke to a class of joint J.D. candidates and MBA students as a CLE (Continuing Legal Education) instructor on white collar fraud. The interactive and spirited exchange with the J.D. […]

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“Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyers” 7-Year Honoree

Philadelphia federal criminal defense and white collar crime attorney, NiaLena Caravasos, is extremely honored not only to have been selected once again among the “Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyers” by the American Society of Legal Advocates, but also to have been recognized in this manner as one of the Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyers in […]

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“Super Lawyers” 10-Year Honoree

Federal criminal defense lawyer, NiaLena Caravasos, is extremely honored not only to have been selected once again as a Pennsylvania “Super Lawyer” in the areas of Federal Criminal Defense, White Collar Crime, and Criminal Defense, but also to have been recognized in this manner as a top lawyer in her field for the tenth year. […]

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“The Internet v. The Criminal Courts”

Court-imposed internet restrictions and their application to criminal defendants used to be a non-issue. In the past few months, though, the U.S. Supreme Court in Packingham v. North Carolina unanimously invalidated a state law banning registered sex offenders from accessing websites that could facilitate direct communications with minors. Although the majority opinion and concurrence appears […]