Christine A. Hoffman

Christine A. Hoffman is the Acting Gloucester County Prosecutor and is an assistant attorney general detached from the Division of Criminal Justice. Assistant Attorney General Hoffman served as a Deputy Director of the Division of Criminal Justice, Chief of the Division’s Corruption Bureau, and Deputy Chief of the Division’s Major Crimes Bureau. She also served…

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Anthony A. Picione

Assistant Attorney General Anthony A. Picione is deputy director of the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability in the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office Division of Criminal Justice. AAG Picione’s practice concentrates largely on white-collar crime, particularly offenses involving public officials and public funds. He has prosecuted numerous high profile cases involving public corruption and…

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Antoria D. Howard

Antoria D. Howard serves as the Associate Attorney General for Administration and Management, a position she has held since 2013. In this role, she is responsible for the overall management of the staff of the Office of the Attorney General, including overseeing the budget of the office, as well as human resources. She also is…

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Bill Bilderback

Bill Bilderback is the Senior Assistant Attorney General and Statewide Capital Case Coordinator for the California Department of Justice, where he has worked since 1992. Bill oversees post-conviction litigation for the 700+ inmates on California’s Death Row. Bill has also been the principal attorney on hundreds of felony appeals and habeas corpus cases. Representing the…

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Bill Wynhoff

Bill Wynhoff joined the Hawaiʻi Department of Attorney General in 2001 and retired in June 2021. At the time, Bill was the supervising deputy of the Department’s Land/Transportation Division. Bill also handled complex dispute resolution matters for all State agencies and departments. His cases included resource protection, environmental, and constitutional matters. He has tried dozens…

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U.S. Supreme Court Brief Writing Style Guide

There are few tasks more daunting to a lawyer than being asked to write, for the first time, a U.S. Supreme Court brief.

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Faisal Sheikh

Faisal Sheikh is the NAAG Center on Cyber and Technology director. He joined NAAG in July 2019 as a NAGTRI program counsel. Prior to that he served as director of network advancement at the American Constitution Society working on ACS’s State Attorneys General Project. Before joining ACS, Faisal was the associate director of the National…

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“Lawful Investigative Activities,” Pretext, and Rule 8.4(c) of the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct

There are important considerations to ensure a lawyer’s oversight complies with local ethics rules. This article addresses Colorado’s rule and provides practical considerations for lawyers to consider in conducting their own such investigations.

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The Future of Consumer Protection is Online

Consumers come in all shapes and sizes, and consumer protection is not always about big-ticket items. Often, misused or misappropriated intellectual property can be the visual bait that attracts consumers to purchase a dangerous product.

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Timeshare Obligations, Regulations, and Challenges

The current landscape of the timeshare industry has exposed significant inadequacies in regulation for those seeking to purchase, lease, or exit their timeshare obligations.

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