Mr. Braceras has written and lectured on issues related to white collar criminal defense, securities fraud, and the False Claims Act.
Mr. Braceras appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box in July 2014 to discuss insider trading. And he lectured at New England School of Law, also on insider trading in November 2014. In addition, Mr. Braceras has been a featured speaker at the 2014 Hispanic National Bar Association Annual Convention in Washington; at the 2010 MCLE College & University Law Update; the U.S. District Court, Boston "Federal Bench Meets Bar" presentation; Hispanic National Bar Association Annual Convention, New York (panel on internal investigations); 18th Annual ABA National Institute on White Collar Crime, Miami (panel on securities enforcement); and 3rd Annual Minority Corporate Counsel Association CLE Expo, Chicago (panel on white collar investigations).
Mr. Braceras is the author of: (i) “Second Circuit Raises The Bar For Government Insider Trading Prosecutions – Practical Implications For The Business Community”; (ii) "The False Claims Act and Universities: From Fraud to Compliance," Treatise On College and University Law, published in 2009 by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; (iii) "Late Trading and Market Timing," The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation (April 2004; also cited in GOA Report: Mutual Fund Trading Abuses, May 2005); (iv) "Market Timing and Late Trading: Criminalization or Regulation?," an ABA-CLE publication on white collar crime (March 2004); (v) "'Corruptly Persuading' The Obstruction of Justice," White Collar Crime Reporter (May 2002); and (vi) "Circuit Grapples with 'Honest Services' Fraud," New York Law Journal (July 2002).