Tuesday, April 14, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Paul N. Monnin & R. Joseph Burby IV, Legal Times (law.com), Dead Companies Can Tell Tales - After a bankruptcy, corporate officers may no longer control the privilege

Askby Jones, WSJ Blog, Joe Nacchio Reports to FCP Schuylkill

Emily Chasan, Reuters,Ex-Deloitte exec loses bid to dismiss trading case

Pamela A. MacLean, National LJ, law.com, Many GCs Still Fighting Backdating Charges

Mike Robinson, law.com (AP), Former Ill. Governor Headed for Arraignment Despite Uncertainty Over Legal Team; Chicago Tribune, Blagojevich pleads not guilty

Kieran Crowley, New York Post, Jail for Dummies

DOJ Press Release, Oregon Corporation Sentenced for Clean Water Act Violation

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Ted Stevens Rejected Plea Deal, Records Show

Amir Efrati, WSJ Blog, Second American Client Charged in UBS Tax Probe

Joe Palazzolo, BLT Blog, King & Spalding's Gary Grindler Joins DOJ Criminal Division

Josh Gerstein, Politico, Under the Radar -Sky’s the limit for punishment in Stevens case

DOJ Press Release, UBS Client Pleads Guilty to Filing False Tax Return Hid Assets Worth $3 Million in Secret Swiss Bank Account -Ft. Lauderdale Yacht Broker Second UBS Client Charged, First to Plead Guilty

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