Monday, March 9, 2009

In the News and Around the Blogosphere

Allan Lengel,, Uncertainty Abounds When it Comes to Appointments of U.S. Attorneys

John Pacenti, Daily Business Review,, Black Market Peso Exchange at Issue in Kuehne Money-Laundering Case

DOJ Press Release, N.J. Industrial Pipes Supply Company and its Co-Owner Plead Guilty to Fraud at Two N.J. Superfund Sites

Doug Berman, Sentencing Law & Policy, "The Libby Letters: Reflections on Sentencing and Mercy in a Post-Booker World" (discussing Professor Scott Sundby's new article on SSRN)

Jeralyn, TalkLeft, Ted Wells Discusses Scooter Libby's Conviction

WSJ Blog, Former KB Home CEO Karatz Indicted on Backdating Charges

WSJ Blog, The UBS Tax Probe: Are Execs Next To Face Prosecution?; David Voreacos & Ryan Donmoyer, Bloomberg, UBS Says It Won’t Turn Over More Names in IRS Suit ; Evan Perez, Wall St Jrl, U.S. Pushes for Crackdown on Tax Havens, Reuters, Ex-Qwest CEO to report to Penn. prison

DOJ Press Release, Former Staff Member in U.S. House of Representatives Indicted on Corruption Charges

DOJ Press Release,  Former U.S. Tax Court Official Sentenced for Engaging in a Conspiracy to Commit Bribery

Michael Powell, NYTimes, Mortgage Fraud Case Poses Federal Quandary

AP, NYTimes, Ex-Official at NASA Is Indicted

Brian Wlash & Tiffany Joslyn, Real Clear Politics, Congress's Hammer: Another Criminal Law


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