Articles

Enacting Principled, Nonpartisan Criminal-Law Reform: A Memo to President-elect Obama
Brian Walsh, Heritage Foundation Special Report 42, January 2009

Mens Rea Requirement: A Critical Casualty of Overcriminalization
John Hasnas, Washington Legal Foundation Legal Opinion Letter, December 2008

Revisiting the Explosive Growth of Federal Crimes
John S. Baker, Jr., Heritage Foundation Legal Memorandum 26, June 2008

Culture of Privilege Waiver Compromises Corporate Compliance
Paul Clinton Harris, Sr., Washington Legal Foundation Legal Backgrounder, May 2007

Criminal Liability for Document Shredding after Arthur Anderson LLP
Albert D. Spaulding, Jr. and Mary Ashby Morrison, 43 Am. Bus. L.J. 647 (Winter 2006)

What We Have Here Is Failure to Cooperate: The Thompson Memorandum and Federal Prosecution of White-Collar Crime
Brian Walsh and Henry Aaron, Heritage Foundation Legal Memorandum 19, November 2006

Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege: A Balanced Approach
The Honorable Dick Thornburgh, Washington Legal Foundation Monograph (2006)

Bringing Coherence to Mens Rea Analysis for Securities-Related Offenses
Michael L. Seigel, 2006 Wis. L. Rev. 1563

The Overcriminalization Phenomenon
Erik Luna, 54 Am. U.L. Rev. 703 (2005)

Crime and Punishment: the Significant Meaninglessness of Arthur Anderson LLP
John Hasnas, Cato Supreme Court Review 2004-05, 187-214

Reforming Corporations Through Threats of Federal Prosecution
John S. Baker, Jr., 89 Cornell L. Rev. 310 (2004)