Thursday, July 2, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Doug Berman, Sentencing Law & Policy Blog,  Another stiff sentence for a Ponzi schemer ; Barbara Boyer, philly.com, N.J. con man gets 30 years for Ponzi scheme

James Barron, NYTimes, Assemblyman Steps Down and Admits Guilt in Scheme

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, [Earl] Silbert Named President of Council for Court Excellence

DOJ Press Release, Former Executive of Philadelphia Company Pleads Guilty to Paying Bribes to Vietnamese Officials

Kevin McCoy, USA Today, Appeal of Madoff's 150-year sentence wouldn't matter

Martha Neil, ABA Jrl Law News Now, Ex-Latham Practice Head Gets 15 Months in Client Expense Fraud Case

Zachery Kouwe, NYTimes, S.E.C. Previews Its Madoff Report

DOJ Press Release,Former Virginia Marine Products Company Executive Pleads Guilty to Bid Rigging on Contracts With the U.S. Navy and Others

Amanda Bronstad, NLJ, The anatomy of an acquittal in the W.R. Grace asbestos trial

Harry Weber, Breaking News 24/7, SEC Charges former Beazer Homes Chief Accounting Officer With Fraud

DOJ Press Release, Retired Military Official Pleads Guilty to Bribery and Conspiracy Related to Defense Contracts in Afghanistan

Stacy-Marie Ishmael & Brooke Masters, Financial Times, Stanford CFO intends to admit fraud charges

DOJ Press Release, Jury Convicts Los Angeles Physician Assistant for Stealing Doctor’s Identity and Defrauding Medicare in $7.7 Million Scheme

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