Matt Kaiser and Christopher Muha Author an Amicus Brief for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Matt Kaiser and Chris Muha have authored an amicus brief on behalf of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer in the Eleventh Circuit case of United States v. Clay. The brief argues that the federal government should not be able to prosecute a business person who makes a statement that is based on an objectively reasonable interpretation of the law.
In United States v. Clay, a number of executives were prosecuted for statements made by the company they worked for about health care services that relied on an objectively reasonable interpretation of a health care law. They were convicted of a felony for those statements.