Sunday, October 18, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Rocco LaDuca, Uticaod.com, No jail sentences, but plenty of hurt for DDSO defendants- No evidence of kickbacks found in inquiry into issuance of state contracts

DOJ Press Release, Minneapolis Packaged-Ice Company Agrees to Plead Guilty and Three Former Executives Plead Guilty to Customer Allocation Conspiracy

DOJ Press Release, Chicago Man Accused of Posing As Federal Official in Alleged Scheme to Obtain and Sell Area Properties He Did Not Own (Mail fraud and Falsely Posing as a Federal Official)

DOJ Press Release, Skokie-Based Defense Contractor MPC Products Corp. to Pay U.S. $25 Million to Settle Criminal and Civil Contract Fraud Claims

Loren Steffy, Houston Chronicle, Skilling's $50 million may pay off; and see Tom Kirkendall, Houston ClearThinkers, The Leader of the Mob Reacts

Tony Mauro, NLJ, law.com, High Court Hands Former Enron CEO 'First Breakthrough' in 8 Years, Lawyer Says

Tom Kirkendall, Houston ClearThinkers, The reeling prosecution in the Skilling case

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