Sunday, February 22, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Bob Mook, Denver Business Jrl, Dryer Sentenced to 132 years ("one of the harshest given for a white-collar crime in Denver District Court")

Henri E. Cauvin, Washington Post, More Muscle Against Mortgage Fraud - U.S., State, Local Agencies Form Task Force

Clifford Krauss, Julie Creswell & Charlie Savage, Fraud Case Shakes a Billionaire’s Caribbean Realm

Michael Braga,, Lawyer passes buck in real estate fraud trial

R. Robin McDonald,  Fulton County Daily Report,, Ex-Prosecutor Sued Over Suicide of Defendant's Wife (w/ a hat tip to Bill Olis)

Adrian Walker, Boston Globe, Witness stops cooperating in sting case -Says FBI used him to topple Turner and Wilkerson

Matthew Goldstein, Business Week, Stanford: Signs That Should Have Worried Investors - The Stanford scandal also raises questions as to whether the SEC, which had been investigating the firm for three years, should have acted sooner 

Simon Kennedy, WSJ- Marketwatch, UBS slumps after U.S. seeks data on 52,000 clients - U.S. lawsuit seen as challenge to Swiss private banking model;

Karen Gallo,, Judge Orders Bonds’s Former Trainer to Appear for Hearing

Ieva M. Augustums & Stephen Bernard, (ap), Bank of America CEO Subpoenaed Over Bonuses


Shannon P. Duffy, The legal Intelligencer,, Fumo: Bush Justice Dept. Was Out to Get Me

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Energy Company, Former Employee & DOJ Spar on Appeal (this is definitely a case to follow as it is the DOJ saying they shouldn't have to turn over the attorney-client material they received from a company as part of a deferred prosecution agreement) (w/ a hat tip to Tiffany Joslyn)

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