Sunday, May 31, 2009

In the News and Around the Blogosphere

FraudBlawg, Government Intervenes in New Hospice Fraud Qui Tam Case

Leslie Wayne, NYTimes, A Promise to Be Ethical in an Era of Immorality

Joe Ryan, New Jersey News/Star Ledger, Defense lawyer says prosecutors overstated case

Allan Lengel, ticklethewire.com, Press Spokesman Channing Phillips Named Interim D.C. U.S. Attorney; Joe Palazzolo, BLT Blog, Phillips Is Named Acting U.S. Attorney in D.C.

Sheri Qualters, NLJ, law.com, Mass. Lawyer Sentenced to 87 Months for Money Laundering, Obstruction of Justice

Polyana da Costa, Daily Business Review, law.com, Business Development
Green-card deal lures foreign investors

Chicago Tribune, Ald. Carothers, developer accused of corruption; DOJ Press Release here

DOJ Press Release, Aventis Pharmaceutical to Pay U.S. $95.5 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

Jon Katz, 4th Circuit: Trial courts may not presume reasonableness of Guidelines sentences

DOJ Press Release, Defense Contractor Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud in Connection with the Procurement of a Bullet-Proof Vest Contract in Iraq

Brian Baxter, American Lawyer, law.com, Weil Partner Takes the Stand in Refco Case

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