Monday, January 11, 2010

In The News & Around the Blogosphere

Janice Morse,, Scrutiny of white-collar crime grows

Mary Flood, Houston Chronicle, U.S. attorney jobs filled at a slow pace - Interim leader in Houston leaves next month with no nominee yet

Geoff Mulvihill, LA Times, Prosecutors-turned-governors' advice for newest in club: Compromise, but not too much

Andrew Ramonas, Main Justice,Holder: Financial Fraud Is ‘Glaring’ Threat

St Louis Business Jrl, St. Louis nursing homes admit fraud, to pay $1.6M

David Voreacos, Business Week (Bloomberg), Birkenfeld to Serve Prison Sentence in Pennsylvania

Mary Moore, Boston Business Jrl, U.S. attorney names key lieutenants (Canadian Press), Toronto lawyer gets 39 months for insider trading

Joe Whittington & Andrew M. Harris, Bloomberg, Betonsports Ex-CEO Carruthers Gets 33-Month

Roger Parloff, Fortune, CNN Money, The catchall fraud law that catches too much

Zachery Kouwe, NYTimes, Ex-Consultant Pleads Guilty in Galleon Insider Case

 Amanda Bronstad, Nat LJ,,Former KB Home CEO's Lawyers Hunt for Misconduct in Backdating Case

Mark Fass, NYLJ,, Bail Request Denied for Defense Attorney Convicted of 11 Felonies

DOJ Press Release, Ex-CEO of Agrees to Plead Guilty of Scheme That Illegally Inflated Company's Revenue

DOJ Press Release, Unlicensed Orange County Mortgage Broker Sentenced to Nearly Six Years in $40 Million Fraud Scheme

Julie Bykowicz, Baltimore Sun, Dixon resigns -Mayor pleads guilty, will receive probation and keep $83,000 pension after resignation Feb. 4; many city leaders express sadness, support Dixon  (hat tip to Ted Gest)


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