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The New York Law Journal reported that a U.S. Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of New York recommended the suppression of evidence from a white-collar crime investigation, finding that the evidence was obtained under a search warrant with “plainly unconstitutional” language. Mintz Member David M. Siegal is representing the defendant in the case, United States v. Drago.
During summer 2019, Mintz welcomed Harlem high school student Kimberly Allotey as an intern in the firm’s New York office.


Ms. Allotey joined Mintz through First Workings, an organization whose mission is to help underserved and underrepresented New York City high school students acquire social capital by arranging two-week paid internships in the summer between their junior and senior years.
Law360 reported that a U.S. Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of New York recommended the suppression of evidence from a white-collar crime investigation, finding that the evidence was obtained with a non-specific warrant that violated the Fourth Amendment. The article included a quote from Mintz Member David M. Siegal, who is representing the defendant in the case, United States v. Drago.
In this article published by Law360, Mintz Members Adam Samansky and Peter Cuomo commented on lingering questions related to the America Invents Act's estoppel provision, which prevents challengers from arguing in court that a patent is invalid on grounds that were raised — or reasonably could have been raised — during inter partes review at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
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