Mr. Wisenberg writes frequently on criminal law and procedure, and his work has appeared in the Washington Post, the National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, and other leading journals. Mr. Wisenberg's book, White Collar Crime: Securities Fraud, is published annually by Thomson Reuters and Mr. Wisenberg is Contributing Editor of the White Collar Crime Prof Blog. Mrs. Wisenberg also writes widely on federal criminal law topics. A number of recent writings by Mr. and/or Mrs. Wisenberg are available below.
"Federal Grand Jury Crash Course."
"Federal Criminal Appeals: 10 Things You Should Know."
"The White-Collar Crime Crash Course: A Primer for Individuals Exposed to Federal Fraud Charges."
"Sins of Omission." Texas Review of Law & Politics (Spring 2005).
"Queen For A Day: The Dangerous Game of Proffers, Proffer Agreements and Proffer Letters."
"How to Avoid Going to Jail under 18 U.S.C. Section 1001 for Lying to Government Agents."
"Taking the Fifth Amendment in Front of the Federal Grand Jury in Order to Protect White Collar Defendants and Their Papers."
"The Criminal Side of Sarbanes-Oxley: A Big Stick for Federal Prosecutors." Professional Liability Underwriting Society Journal (Feb. 2003).