Randy Zelin

July 7, 2014

White-Collar Crime

The bottom line here is that privilege trumps admissibility. Taken correctly, an attorney’s notes are truly attorney work product and are therefore to be shielded from […]
July 7, 2014

Protecting Attorney Proffer Notes From Discovery

Randy Zelin, New York Law Journal In the course of a federal criminal prosecution, clients often seek to cooperate with the government to obtain a better […]
June 12, 2014

Jerry Sandusky Trial: Prosecution Rests as Defense Begins

Earlier on Studio B, Judge Andrew Napolitano and Randy Zelin shared their legal opinions on the trial for Penn State Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky accused of child […]
May 8, 2014

Foodies of New York: Randy Zelin

By Rachel Wells Part of a series that documents real New Yorkers and their love affair with food. Randy Zelin is a partner at Moritt Hock & […]
April 25, 2014

Drunk Passenger Causes Hijack Scare on Virgin Australia Flight

Should there be a two drink minimum to prevent these incidents on planes? An allegedly drunk passenger caused a hijack scare on board a Virgin Australia […]
April 10, 2014

Katherine Heigl Sues Duane Reade for $6 Million Over a Tweet

Actress Katherine Heigl is suing Duane Reade for $6 million over tweeting her photo without permission. Neil Cavuto had on attorneys Heather Hansen and Randy Zelin to […]
April 2, 2014

Man Gets 187 Year Sentence For Sex Crimes / PLUS An INTERVIEW With A Former Prosecutor/Criminal Defense Attorney About This Story

Photo Credit: xandert from morguefile.com Posted By: Melanie Chima Yes, you read that correctly! A man has been sentenced to 187 years in prison. What did […]
March 26, 2014

Kelly’s Court: Mom Calls Cops to Scare Her Young Kids, But Is Arrested Instead!

When Melissa Townsend couldn’t control her children, ages 1 and 3, she called the police to teach them a lesson. Instead, she was the one being arrested. In […]
March 19, 2014

Kelly’s Court Debates Trial of Michigan Grandma Who Shot Grandson: Is Sandra Layne a Cold-Blooded Killer or a Victim?

Jurors in Michigan began deliberations Tuesday in the case of a 75-year-old grandmother who fatally shot her teenage grandson. Prosecutors say Sandra Layne committed first-degree murder […]