Monday, January 4, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Matthew L. Wald, NYTimes, U.S. Lawyers Knew About Legal Pitfalls in Blackwater Case

Michael Van Sickler, Tampabay.com, As mortgage fraud runs rampant, meaningful prosecutions in short supply

DOJ Press Release, Major International Hacker Pleads Guilty for Massive Attack on U.S. Retail and Banking Networks

Joe Palazzolo, Main Justice, Obama Nominates Seven More U.S. Attorneys

Andrew Ramonas, Main Justice, Senate Confirms Seven U.S. Attorneys

NYTimes (AP), T.S.A. Drops Bloggers’ Subpoenas

Katie Allen, Guardian (UK), Recession pushes white-collar crime to new highs

Steven Greenhouse, NYTimes, Shoplifters? Studies Say Keep an Eye on Workers

DOJ Press Release, Colorado-based Spectranetics Corporation to Pay $5 Million to Resolve Allegations Relating to Its Medical Devices

DNAInfo, Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau Bids Farewell After 35 Years; Noeleen G. Walder, NYLJ, law.com,New Faces to Fill Posts at Manhattan D.A.'s Office

WSJ, NYC, NY State To Split Half Of Credit Suisse's $536M Fine

Jesse Westbrook, Business Week, Schapiro Whipsawed By Wall Street, Lawmakers, Defers SEC Rules

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