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Mr. Docobo recently won a reversal of a large scale federal fraud conviction in United States v. Pavlenko, 838 F.3d 1168 (11th Cir. 2016). This major federal decision is an important case for the business community as the decision recognizes that deceiving does not always involve harming another person; whereas defrauding does.