Sunday, September 20, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Tim Eberly, AJC, Gwinnett D.A. seeks special grand jury for county land deals

Dan Levine, The Recorder, law.com, Rare Pharmaceutical Fraud Trial Under Way in San Francisco (hat tip to Tiffany Joslyn)

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, Civil False Claims Acts: D.C. District Court Decision Limits Retroactive Effect of FERA Amendment to Pending "Claims," Not Pending Cases

Tom Fowler, Houston Chronicle, How case against BP traders went wrong

Michael Cooper, NYTimes, On the Lookout for Stimulus Fraud

Daniel Newhauser, BLT Blog, Former Justice Official Takes the Fifth

Sheri Qualters, National LJ, One-third of companies report no Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance programs

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog,Film Producers Found Guilty in FCPA Bribery Case

Brenda Sapino Jeffreys, Texas Lawyer, law.com,  Federal Public Defender's Office Now Represents R. Allen Stanford in Criminal Case

Neil A. Lewis, NYTimes, Justice Dept. Investigates Ex-Official’s Ties to Shell

Zachery Kouwe, NYTimes,Judge Rejects Settlement Over Merrill Bonuses

Michael Pollick, Sarasota Herald, Has the Gulf Coast become a Ponzi haven?

Zachery Kouwe, NYTimes, Judge Rejects Settlement Over Merrill Bonuses

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