Sunday, July 13, 2008

In the News

Pittsburgh Tribune, Wecht prosecutor returns to private practice

Mike Stanton, Providence Journal, Urciuoli Retrial Details Emerge - discussing the upcoming retrial of former Roger Williams Medical Center executives following the 1st Circuit's reversal  (for background see here), Detroit Mayor Trial May Hinge on Few Words

Amanda Bronsted, National Law Journal &, Christensen Case a 'Wake-Up' Call for Lawyers on Use of Private Eyes

Ben Evans, Washington Post (AP), Rove Ignores Subpoena, Refuses to Testify on Hill

DOJ Press Release, Former Hewlett Packard Vice President Pleads Guilty to Theft of IBM Trade Secrets

Editorial, Washington Post, Too Many Prisoners: States Should Stop Warehousing NonViolent Offenders

Joe Whitley has joined the Atlanta law firm of Greenberg Traurig.  He previously served in the positions of Acting Associate Attorney General, as the USA in the Middle and Northern Districts of Georgia, and as the first General Counsel of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Russell Gold, Wall Street Journal, El Paso Ex-Executives Settle Charges Over Reserves ($235,000 civil fines)

Dan Slater, WSJ Blog, On McNulty Memo, Specter Fires Back at DOJ

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