August 5, 2009
In its Midwest special section focus, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel published a Q&A with partner and chair of the white collar crime and investigations practice group, Julian Solotorovsky, resident in the Chicago office of Kelley Drye & Warren LLP.
In an article titled "A Prosecutor Segues into a New Role," Mr. Solotorovsky explains the focus and strengths of the practice group. He also discusses his tenure as the assistant U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois and how that experience has influenced his current work. He provides a step by step explanation of the independent investigations process.
Mr. Solotorovsky addresses the Thompson Memorandum, the McNulty Memorandum and the Filip Letter and current guidelines and restrictions on federal prosecutors. He explains how the white collar crime and investigations practice includes attorneys from several Kelley Drye offices to seamlessly handle national and international cases for clients. Finally, Mr. Solotorovsky
addresses topical issues such as deferred prosecution agreements and trends in investigations.