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  • One client says that "there is no one more qualified, detail-oriented and gregarious than him," further adding: "Whatever he does, he does perfectly." - Chambers USA

    He is commended for his "great substantive legal knowledge and wealth of experience -- he is very well respected everywhere." - Chambers USA

    He "will always go the extra distance," according to interviewees, and is "levelheaded and gets results." - Chambers USA

Education

  • J.D., Vanderbilt Law School, 1984
  • A.B., Duke University, magna cum laude, 1981

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • District of Columbia

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut

Memberships & Affiliations

American Bar Association, White Collar Crime Section

International Bar Association

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

DISTINCTIONS

Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of New Jersey, 1989-1998

Environmental Crimes Prosecution Coordinator, District of New Jersey, 1993-1994

Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Arizona, 1994-1996

Organized Crime Strike Force Division, Deputy Chief, 1995-1998

Assistant Counsel to Governor Thomas H. Kean, 1985-1989

 
 
 

Robert A. Mintz

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Publications

09/21/15
08/21/14
08/11/14
07/30/14
M&E Government Contracts Alert
07/01/14
07/01/14
05/01/14
04/24/14
03/17/14
12/11/13
07/01/12
05/07/12
The Challenge of Trying John Edwards
NYDailyNews.com
11/17/11
Some Lessons Need to be Learned Again
11/11/11
07/06/11
Did US Justice Fail in the DSK Case?
The (UK) Guardian
05/13/11
Raj Rajaratnam: A legal landmark
The (UK) Guardian
05/12/11
Rajaratnam's conviction is just the opening act
The National Law Journal
03/16/11
Let Barry Bonds Walk Already
The New York Daily News
11/08/10
Conflicts of Interest: Not Necessarily End of Road in Legal Malpractice Cases
New York Law Journal
08/16/10
12/01/09
Using special litigation committees to investigate allegations of corporate wrongdoing
Financier Worldwide
11/23/09
Wall Street Hype vs. Outright Fraud: A Test Case Fails
Law 360
11/11/09
09/28/09
09/15/09
SEC needs to act more like a prosecutor to catch future Madoffs
Star Ledger/NJ.com
07/29/09
06/26/09
New Jersey will soon have a new U.S. Attorney: Here's what he'll face
The Bergen Record
01/05/09
Madoff's Swindle
The Chicago Tribune
12/03/08
06/26/08
Business Failures Are Not A Crime
The Wall Street Journal
09/20/07
07/05/07
The Politics of Prosecution
ABCnews.com
06/15/07
Justice Compromised: In the End, It Could Be the Public That Suffers the Most From the Alberto Gonzales Scandal
ABCnews.com
04/23/07
Gonzales Hearings: What's Really at Stake
ABCnews.com
03/07/07
Libby Verdict Doesn't Shed Light on Leak - What about outing a covert CIA Officer?
The Chicago Tribune
03/07/07
Lies, Leaks --- and Not Much More - Libby Goes Down in the CIA Leak Case, but Case is Unlikely to Reach His Ex-Boss
ABCnews.com
02/21/07
The Libby Verdict: What's at Stake?
ABCnews.com
02/14/07
Star Witness for Libby Not Called to Testify
ABCnews.com
02/14/07
Which Direction Will Libby Defense Take?
ABCnews.com
01/16/07
'Scooter' Libby in Court: The Trial That Did Not Have to Happen
ABCnews.com
01/07/07
Reporters Go on Trial with Scooter
The Star Ledger
12/14/06
Dept. of Justice Eases Policies in Corporate Criminal Investigations
McCarter & English Client Alert
10/25/06
Enron Con Wasn't One Man's Doing
The Star Ledger
09/17/06
It's not the Coverup, it's the Crime
The Chicago Tribune
05/26/06
A landmark win over corporate fraud - Enron verdict shows executives can't hide from responsibility
The Star-Ledger
05/23/06
Enron and the 'drug-mule' gambit
The Chicago Tribune
04/06/06
Why the Enron trial matters to us all
The Star-Ledger
03/13/06
Enron's Gonzo Defense
New Jersey Law Journal
03/07/06
The Lay/Skilling Trial - Enron's gonzo defense
The National Law Journal
02/02/06
Pressure on Enron prosecutors - Government must get convictions for its war on corporate fraud
The Star Ledger
01/09/06
Political Loyalty v. the Fifth
New Jersey Law Journal
01/01/06
Truth vs. Truth - In the Scooter Libby trial, prosecutors, reporters, and defense lawyers will fight each other to tell the story their way
Legal Times
12/12/05
The Libby Indictment: Political loyalty v. the Fifth
The National Law Journal
10/06/05
Time to Hold Exec's Feet to the Flame: Forcing CEOs to Answer Tough Questions will keep Firms from being Burned
The New York Daily News
07/17/05
The High Price for Living the High Life
The Chicago Tribune
06/15/05
Justice System Faces the Music, Jackson Trial Tests Basics
The Star-Ledger
06/06/05
Too Late for Arthur Andersen; Supreme Court reversal sounds note of caution, but won't slow war on corporate fraud
Legal Times
02/07/05
Ex-CEOs court public opinion - but at their peril
USA Today
01/18/05
Did Andersen accounting really deserve extinction?
The Chicago Tribune
01/03/05
Your Money or Your Good Name
New Jersey Law Journal
12/13/04
Your Money or Your Good Name
Legal Times
11/29/04
Don't Knock Circumstantial Evidence
New Jersey Law Journal
11/22/04
Peterson Verdict: Building up a case
The National Law Journal
10/11/04
Martha Stewart's Endgame
New Jersey Law Journal
09/27/04
Martha's Endgame: It's a 'good thing'
The National Law Journal
02/01/04
Is Martha's Testimony a Good Thing?
The Star Ledger
12/15/03
Martha Stewart v. Lights, Camera, Trial
The National Law Journal
10/06/03
Prosecution Rivalries States Try to Steal Spotlight
The National Law Journal
12/08/02
Art Mirroring Life or Vice Versa? New Jersey's Fertile Mob-Tale Territory: Sopranos
The Bergen Record
09/05/02
06/01/02
The New 'Crime Families'
Legal Times
01/15/02
Another Look at Profiling: Sept. 11 Shows the Error of Blanket Condemnations
The Star-Ledger