Saturday, January 31, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Natalie Neysa Alund & Duane Marsteller, BradentonHerald.com, Judge denies Nadel's bond -Judge says former Sarasota hedge fund manager is too much of a flight risk; John Hielscher, HeraldTribune.com, Art Nadel is denied release

DOJ Press Release, Former Shipping Executive Sentenced to 48 Months in Jail for His Role in Antitrust Conspiracy - Sentence Is Longest Jail Term Ever Imposed for a Single Antitrust Violation

DOJ Press Release, Former US Congressman Indicted on Charges Related to Bogus Investment Scam Involving Internet Companies

John Morrissy, Canwest News Service, White-collar criminals likely to face jail time, study finds (international)

Jeffrey Scott & Craig Schneider, AJC, Federal officials begin criminal investigation of Georgia plant

Ashby Jones, WSJ Blog, Scrushy, Back in Court, Rails Against Huge HealthSouth Settlement

Jennifer Forsyth, WSJ Blog, Indictment: Marc Dreier Used Fraud Proceeds to Support Lavish Lifestyle

Jason Cato, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Wecht's lawyers push dismissal ; Paula Reed Ward, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Wecht case back in court but with new judge

Ann Woolner, Bloomberg, Madoff Victims Suspected a Crime, Just Didn’t Care

Pamela A. MacLean, NLJ, law.com, Lawyers burned in Ponzi schemes - Several ways for unwitting attorneys to be ensnared in swindles

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