Wednesday, December 9, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

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

Michael F. Perlis & Wrenn E. Chais, Forbes, Investigating The FCPA

Ben Hallman, AmLawLitigationDaily, SEC to Insider Traders: Watch What You Say

John Pacenti, law.com, Daily Business Review, Why Suspicions About Fla. Firm's Alleged Ponzi Scheme Weren't Voiced

Letter of Apology, Memo To Holder: Broadcom Trial Shows Need For More Ethics Training

Mark Fass, NYLJ, law.com, Defense Attorney Gets 14 Years in Prison for Conspiring to Threaten Witnesses

Eric Lipton & Eric Lichtblau, NYTimes, Rules for Congress Curb but Don’t End Junkets

Chicago Breaking NewsCenter, Blagojevich evidence stolen from his lawyers' offices

Amanda Bronstad, National L J, law.com,  Ex-Broadcom GC Avoids Criminal Charges Amid Claims of Prosecutor Misconduct

Hank Grezlak and Leo Strupczewski, The Legal Intelligencer, law.com, Feds Charge Third Luzerne County, Pa., Judge With Fraud

Grits for Breakfast, Parole Board: Texas Created 59 New Felonies This Year

Florida Attorney General, Statement from Attorney General on Supreme Court's Order to Convene a Statewide Grand Jury (pertains to public corruption)

Press Release, Two Florida Executives, One Florida Intermediary and Two Former Haitian Government Officials Indicted for Their Alleged Participation in Foreign Bribery Scheme

Matt Ackermann, OnWallStreet, SEC Settlements Fall For Second Year

Jeff Jeffrey, BLT Blog, Two Top SEC Officials Leave For Private Practice

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