A multi-defendant white-collar criminal case in federal court presents unique challenges, from managing a multitude of lawyers to the avoidance of conflicts. Tom Melsheimer of Winston & Strawn, who represented the only defendant acquitted in the Forest Park Medical Center bribery case, reflects on the strategies and disciplines that helped the jury single out his client as the only one among nine defendants they could unanimously regard as innocent . . .
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