Sunday, November 22, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Dan Levine, The Recorder,, Guilty Verdict for McKesson Chairman, but GC Acquitted

Ben Hallman, AmLaw Litigation,,After Three-Year Deferred Prosecution, DOJ Dismisses Charges Against First Foreign FCPA Target ; FCPA Blog, Giving Thanks Once Again; DOJ Press Release, Statoil ASA Satisfies Obligations Under Deferred Prosecution Agreement and Foreign Bribery Charges Are Dismissed

Nicholas Confessore, NYTimes, Bruno Won’t Take Stand at His Corruption Trial

BLT Blog, McInerney Called 'Coup' for DOJ for Fraud Prosecution; McInerney's bio - here 

Cheryl Miller, The Recorder,, Former Law Firm Manager Gets 41 Months for Embezzling $1.3 Million

Andrew Ramonas, Main Justice, Florida Senator Weighs in On Nominees for U.S. Attorney

Rothstein Consents to Disbarment, see here

Jack Townsend, Federal Tax Crimes, Is the Criminal Statute of Limitations Suspended under the Wartime Suspension Act?

DOJ Press Release, Former NFL Player Sentenced to Nearly Five Years in Fraud Scheme that Cost Victims Over $5 Million

DOJ Press Release, Former Executive at Colorado Home Building Company Admits Role in $16 Million 'Builder Bailout' Scheme

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog,DOJ: $2.4 Billion Recovered from False Claims Act Cases; DOJ Press Release, Justice Department Recovers $2.4 Billion in False Claims Cases in Fiscal Year 2009; More Than $24 Billion Since 1986

DOJ Press Release, Occupational Therapist and Patient Recruiter Plead Guilty in Detroit-Based Medicare Fraud Schemes

DOJ Press Release, New Jersey Hospital to Pay $3 Million to Resolve Allegations of Medicare Fraud

DOJ Press Release, Former Willbros International Consultant Pleads Guilty to $6 Million Foreign Bribery Scheme

Curt Anderson, AP, IRS settles with 14,700 over foreign accounts

 DOJ Press Release, Connecticut Investor Frederic Bourke Sentenced to Prison for Scheme to Bribe Government Officials in Azerbaijan


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