Additional Awarded Services
Madison provides professional assistance is in researching, compiling and editing comprehensive reference materials regarding federal asset forfeiture and money laundering laws.
Madison was awarded a contract to provide long-term legal expertise to the U.S. Department of Justice's Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section (MLARS). The focus of this professional assistance is in researching, compiling and editing comprehensive reference materials regarding federal asset forfeiture and money laundering laws. The target audience for the publications will be prosecutors in United States Attorney's Offices and federal law enforcement agencies.
The Madison team who provides their unparalleled legal expertise and experience to this contract under the able leadership of Ms. Leslie Westphal.
- Mr. Richard Cohen has served as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) for over thirty-seven (37) years, specializing in the prosecution of complex civil and criminal asset forfeiture and money laundering cases focusing on large narcotics trafficking organizations, complex fraud schemes and domestic and international money laundering in the Western District of Washington in Seattle.
- Mr. Robert Nesler, a recently retired AUSA with over thirty years' experience as a federal prosecutor where he prosecuted both civil and criminal forfeiture cases involving complex white-collar fraud and illegal drug trafficking. He supervised a Financial Litigation Unit in the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Oregon and was a leader in using forfeiture laws to restore property to the victims of crime.