Wednesday, February 17, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

DOJ Press Release, Italian Subsidiary of U.S.-Based Company Agrees to Plead Guilty for Participating in International Price-Fixing Conspiracy

Solomon Weisenberg, Letter of Apology, Not Guilty! Leonard Lawson and Bill Nighbert Acquitted in Kentucky Federal Court

Mark Fass, NYLJ, law.com,In Rationale for Acquitting Attorney, Judge Says Proof of Role in Witness Intimidation Fell Short

Grits for Breakfast, Texas State Rep Pleads Guilty here

Mike Robinson, AP, law.com,Blagojevich Pleads Not Guilty to Revised Federal Corruption Charges

Larry Neumeister, AP, law.com, Bail Set at $10 Million for Madoff's Former Finance Chief

Sidhartha Banerjee, Canadian Press, Earl Jones gets 11-year sentence for orchestrating massive fraud scheme

Editorial, NYTimes, A Blue-Ribbon Look at Criminal Justice (endorsing the Webb Commission) (hat tip to Ted Gest)

NYTimes, Dealbook, Tax Evasion Case Draws in Another Bank

Beck Vass, New Zealand Herald, Major frauds hit $98m - but worst is yet to come

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