Sunday, January 18, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

DOJ Press Release, A Third Former Home Depot Employee Pleads Guilty to Vendor Kickback Scheme & Filing False Tax Returns

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, AG Mukasey Given Reprieve in Stevens Case Inquiry

David Ingram, BLT Blog, Holder Hearing Wraps Up With Confirmation Expected

DOJ  Press Release, Four Executives Agree to Plead Guilty in Global LCD Price-Fixing Conspiracy

Chicago Tribune, Chicago Breaking News.com, Governor's lawyers quit impeachment trial

Anthony Lin, American Lawyer (law.com), Is China's White-Collar Death Penalty Fair?

Chicago Tribune, Breaking News, Blagojevich adviser admits misusing funds

Amanda Bronstad, NLJ, law.com, Milberg Kickback Defendant Gets Short Reprieve From Prison

Loren Steffy, Houston Chronicle, The hunt for Wall Street wickedness: who's going to jail? (w/ a hat tip to Bill Olis)

DOJ Press Release, Alabama-Based Hospice Company Pays U.S. $24.7 Million to Settle Health Care Fraud Claims

David Lat, Above the Law, Musical Chairs: Kathy Ruemmler from Latham Back to DOJ 

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