Maranda often publishes on topics that impact white collar defendants including the need for constraints on electronic searches and seizures, regulatory overreach and the limits of Chevron deference, the expansion of liability for prosecutorial misconduct, and expungement of criminal convictions.

  • “SEC’s Enforcement Focus on Pandemic-Related Misconduct,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, May 2020
  • “The Near Death Experiences of Doctrines of Delegation and Deference to Administrative Agencies,” New York Law Journal, July 2018
  • “Prosecutorial Immunity: The Debate Reignited,” New York Law Journal, March 2019
  • “Ways Your Company May Be Drawing Criminal Health Care Fraud Scrutiny,” New York Law Journal, March 30, 2018
  • “New York Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation Takes Effect March 1,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, February 2017
  • “When Is Cooperation With the Government Considered 'State Action'?” New York Law Journal, November 21, 2016
  • “The Huma Abedin Emails: Election Is Over but the Issues Persist,” New York Law Journal, November 9, 2016
  • “The Huma Abedin Emails: Herein Lies the Danger of Overseizure,” New York Law Journal, October 31, 2016
  • “New York Proposes Cybersecurity Regulations for Financial Services Firms,” Thompson Hine Privacy & Cybersecurity Update, October 2016
  • “Second Circuit Limits Use of Warrants to Secure Electronic Data Stored Abroad,” Thompson Hine Privacy & White-Collar Update, July 2016
  • “DOJ Confirms Changes in Requirements for Corporate Credit and Corporate Investigative Practices Under the Yates Memo,” White-Collar Crime Group Update, May 2016
  • "A One-Way Stay: Cautionary Tales from Parallel Proceedings,” New York Law Journal, April 25, 2016
  • "Analyzing the Impact of SEC’s Proposed Uniform Fiduciary Standard,”, February 5, 2016
  • “New Federal Anti-Money Laundering Regulations for High-End Residential Real Estate Transactions,” Thompson Hine Real Estate & White-Collar Crime Update, January 2016
  • “2nd Circ. Expands Prosecutorial Liability In Morse V. Fusto,” Law360, September 2015
  • “SEC to Registrants: Review Agreements & Remove Language That May Impede Whistleblowers,” Thompson Hine Business Litigation Update, April 2015
  • “Second Circuit Overturns Insider Trading Convictions,” Thompson Hine Corporate Law & Investment Management Update, December 11, 2014
  • "Second Circuit Further Defines 'Honest Services,'" Thompson Hine White-Collar Criminal Practice, Internal Investigations & Government Enforcement Update, February 2014
  • "Defending Electronic Searches and Seizures," New York Law Journal, November 12, 2013
  • “E-data and the ‘All Records’ Exception,”,
    March 2011
  • “Expunging a Criminal Past,” white-collar crime supplement to New York Law Journal, February 2011