“I think that it’s virtually impossible that a U.S. attorney from the Southern District of New York has agreed to file an information and will allow Mr. Madoff to go to trial on that,” says Charles A. Ross, a criminal-defense attorney who is not involved in the case. “If there’s going to be a trial in this case, they would file an indictment.”
March 6th, 2009
March 4th, 2009
On a Madoff plea bargain, legal experts believe it is inevitable. But they said the issue of a possible conflict of interest has to be resolved first. Sorkin’s parents had money with Madoff, but the lawyer said he never personally had any investment.
December 12th, 2008
He could face additional charges if government investigators find more evidence against him, said attorney Charles Ross, another white-collar defense expert. He said investigators are surely examining the activities of others connected to the hedge fund as well.
November 7th, 2008
October 23rd, 2008
The Associated Press consults Chuck Ross on criminal investigations focused upon the financial meltdown.
“Despite the resources being deployed, it isn’t always easy to land a conviction in a complicated white-collar case.
October 20th, 2008
Charles A. Ross & Associates represents an international banking group in connection with the New York State Attorney General’s investigation of the credit default swap markets.
October 18th, 2008
With a focus on representing individuals, Chuck Ross spoke to over 60 attorneys about navigating health care fraud investigations. Mr. Ross was a member of a distinguished roster of speakers and presented arguments for more aggressive and cooperative representation among defense counsel in light of recent changes in Department of Justice guidelines for the prosecution of companies.
October 14th, 2008
Chuck Ross interviewed by Compliance Week on potential criminal charges arising from financial crisis.
“There will be a number of subpoenas issued and investigations begun,” says Charles Ross, a criminal defense attorney in New York. “Depending on what they find, this could be like stock option backdating, where the count of companies probed and issued subpoenas reaches a substantial number.”
October 1st, 2008
Through skillful and tenacious advocacy, Anna Friedberg persuaded the New York County District Attorney’s Office to resolve B felony drug sale charges lodged against a young Fordham University undergraduate with … Read More
September 25th, 2008
“Charles Ross, a criminal defense attorney in New York City, said the SEC appeared to be focusing on abusive short-selling. He said the agency would likely track trading patterns and also look at e-mails, Web sites, chat rooms and blogs to see if there were any rumor-mongering campaigns.