Thursday, April 8, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

John Grobler, NYTimes, 3 Plead Not Guilty to Corruption in Namibia

Rick Everett, NJ.com, Parsippany developer's federal trial on bribery charges remains on hold

DOJ Press Release, Clinic Manager and Patient Recruiter Plead Guilty for Roles in $2 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Ponzi Scheme Operator Pleads Guilty to Tax Charges

Jennifer Lebovich, David Ovalle & Charles Rabin, Miami Herald, Miami Police Announce Arrests of 8 People, Including 3 Cops

Zachary A. Goldfarb, Washington Post, SEC proposes tighter rules on securities that helped fuel financial crisis

Stephanie Woodrow, Main Justice,Miami Banker Can Pursue Case Against DOJ

Mark Fass, NYLJ, law.com, N.Y. Lawyers Charged in $10 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Mary Flood, Houston Chronicle, Judge allows Stanford to change lawyers one more time (hat tip to Ivan Dominguez)

Ken Stier, Time,U.S. Cashes In on Corporate Corruption Overseas

Laurie L. Levenson, National LJ, Interference with potential defense witnesses -Prosecutors are increasingly being admonished or penalized for trying to stop or influence such testimony

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