Jeffrey Martino Comments on Sentencing of Conspirators in Heir-Location Cartel

News / August 28, 2020

Partner Jeffrey Martino is quoted in an article published on August 28, 2020, by Global Competition Review. The article, “Heir-Location CEO Requests Probation after DOJ Recommends Incarceration,” reports on the sentencing of a conspirator in a cartel involving the heir-location industry. Bradley Davis pleaded guilty and the Department of Justice (DOJ) has recommended a 13-month prison sentence. A co-conspirator was sentenced to one year of probation, even though the DOJ recommended a 21-month sentence. Martino, former head of the DOJ Antitrust Division’s New York office, said, he believes the judge will want to treat similarly situated defendants evenly.

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