Category: Federal Criminal Defense

Navy Times Interviews Attorney Bill Cowden on Navy Engineer Fraud Case

Navy Times recently turned to Attorney Bill Cowden for his insight on the developing case against a suspended Navy engineer who has been charged with social security and tax fraud. The indictment indicates the engineer, James Robert Baker, also has suspicious ties to Iran. Iranian-born Majid Karimi became a US citizen in 1985 and changed his […]

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Attorney Monica Molnar Explains How the Management Directive 110 Can Help EEO Complainants

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Attorney William Cowden Weighs in on “Pleading the Fifth”

Civil servants have a longstanding practice of “pleading the fifth” when asked to testify over alleged misconduct. This certainly was the case this week, when Veterans Affairs senior officials Kimberly Graves and Diana Rubens were subpoenaed to appear before the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee to answer to accusations that they abused their positions to gain […]

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Debra D’Agostino Discusses Sequestration, Furlough Lawsuits on Federal News Radio

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