Wednesday, December 23, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Ben Hallman, American Lawyer, law.com, Comverse to Pay $225 Million in Backdating Settlement

Michael Pollick, Herald Tribune.com, Ponzi convictions are weightier now - FRAUD CHARGES: Sarasotans will face more than a slap on the wrist if found guilty

DOJ Press Release, Three Detroit-Area Residents Plead Guilty to Health Care Fraud

DOJ Press Release, Former FBI Contract Linguist Pleads Guilty to Leaking Classified Information to Blogger

Jenny Anderson & Zachery Kouwe, NYTimes, Claims of Insider Trading From Trader’s Ex-Wife

R. Robin McDonald, Fulton County Daily Report, law.com,Acquitted of Money Laundering, Defense Attorney Sets Sights on Legal Fees - Attorney must demonstrate that the government's prosecution was frivolous, carried out in bad faith or constituted a form of harassment

Hilary Potkewitz, Crain's New York Business, After lull, financial-crime prosecutions seen set to rise

DOJ Press Release, Attorney General Appoints Gary Grindler Acting Deputy Attorney General

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