On June 30, 2013, Stanley S. Arkin commented in The New York Times about the changes in New York’s criminal defense market.  The article notes that Arkin, alongside a select group of criminal defense lawyers, “dominated the market for white-collar cases” in the 1970s and 1980s.  The article goes on to state, “‘For guys like Charlie [Stillman] and me, the game has changed,’ said Mr. Arkin, 75.  ‘What was once a niche practice is now a big business for virtually every national firm.’”  The full article can be viewed here.