Wednesday, June 16, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Zachary A. Goldfarb, Wash Post, SEC is hiring more experts to assess complex financial systems

Mike McKee, law.com, 9th Circuit Backs Barry Bonds in Perjury Case

John Pacenti, Daily Business Review, law.com, Rothstein Gets 50-Year Sentence for $1.2 Billion Ponzi Scheme

Eliane Engeler, law.com, (AP), Swiss Parliament Approves Tax Deal With U.S. in UBS Dispute

Chicago Tribune, Blagojevich on Trial (running blog on the trial)

Houston Chronicle (AP), Dallas City Hall corruption figure sentenced

Megan O'Matz, Sun Sentinel, Records sought in Broward schools corruption investigation

DOJ Press Release, Acting Deputy Attorney General Gary G. Grindler Speaks at the National Association of Attorneys General Summer Meeting (sounds like health care fraud and financial fraud are included at the top of the priorities list)

Amanda Bronstad, NLJ, 9th Circuit reinstates criminal charges against Pierce O'Donnell

Jenna Greene, NLJ, Imprisoned ex-Mayer Brown partner settles SEC charges

NYTimes, AP,3 Years in Prison for an Ex-Official

Opinion, NYTimes, Can the U.S. Punish BP’s Shareholders?  (inlcudes pieces by Professor Lynn A. Stout, William K. Black, and J.W. Verret)

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