Sunday, January 11, 2009

In the News and Around the Blogosphere

Angela Valdez, New Republic, Hot Under the Collar

Diana B. Henriques, NYTimes, New Description of Timing on Madoff’s Confession (raises the question of when was there was a duty to report Madoff's alleged fraud to authorities)

DOJ Press Release, Department of Justice Seeks to Recover Approximately $3 Million in Illegal Proceeds from Foreign Bribe Payments (The forfeiture complaints "relates primarily to alleged bribes paid" "in connection with public works projects awarded by the government of Bangladesh to Siemens AG and China Harbor Engineering Company.")

Tom Fowler, Houston Chronicle, The Skilling resentencing: Jamie Olis redux?

DOJ Press Release, Retired Army Major Pleads Guilty in Bribery Scheme Involving Department of Defense Contracts in Bribery Scheme in Kuwait

Vesna Jaksic, National Law Jrl, Law.com, Lawyer appointed to probe $38.5M debt owed Seattle company by defunct Dreier firm

Julie Kay, National Law Jrl, law.com, Kuehne trial postponed until April due to pending appeal, depositions — and Obama

Joann Loviglio, law.com (AP), SEC Charges Pa. Investment Manager in $50 Million Ponzi Scheme

Ben Levisohn, Business Week, Experts Say Fraud Likely to Rise

Mitch Lipka, Boston Globe, Mysterious credit card charge may have hit millions of users

(esp) (blogging from Atlanta plane change)

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