Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Mike Stanton & W. Zachary Malinowski, Projo.com, Split Verdict in Roger Williams Corruption Case
Carrie Johnson, Washington Post, Court Won't Force Testimony On Firings of U.S. Attorneys -Issue Left to Next Congress In Victory for White House
Del Quintin Wilber, Washington Post, Jurors Hear Stevens Talk Of Possible Punishment - FBI Enlisted Benefactor And Taped Phone Calls
Mark Hamblett, N.Y. Law Journal, Three Plead Guilty in Multimillion-Dollar Subprime Scheme
Opinion, Perverted Justice - Politics Drove Firing of U.S. Attorneys
Aaron Seigel, Investment News, Lehman's Fuld roasted at House hearing
William "Billy" Wilkins, Former Chief Judge, joins Nexsen Pruet. He was "Ronald Reagan’s first selection to the federal bench in the nation and the former Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit." As a partner at Nexsen Pruet, "he will lead the firm’s White-Collar Crime, Appellate Advocacy, and Corporate Compliance/Crisis Management practice groups and actively participate in the firm’s Business Litigation Group. Judge Wilkins will be based in the firm’s Greenville, S.C., office."