Thursday, June 3, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Helene Cooper & Peter Baker, NYTimes,U.S. Opens Criminal Inquiry Into Oil Spill;DOJ Press Release, Attorney General Eric Holder on Gulf Oil Spill

Catherine Whittenburg, Tampa Tribune, Ex-Florida GOP chairman Jim Greer charged with felony theft

Sarah Randag, ABA Jrl Law News Now, Alleged Ponzi Schemer Tells Judge He Doesn’t Know How His Lawyers Have Billed $6M So Far (w/ a hat tip to Ivan Dominguez)

Samuel Rubenfeld, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, US Attorney General Urges OECD to do More to Fight Corruption;Bloomberg BusinessWeek (AP), Holder pushes anti-corruption treaty; DOJ Press Release, Attorney General Holder Delivers Remarks at the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development

DOJ Press Release, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to Pay Nearly $1 Million for Alleged Clean Water Act Violations

Peter Slevin, Washington Post, Blagojevich trial will be key performance for ex-governor

Jonathan Saltzman, Boston Globe, Wilkerson to plead guilty in corruption case 

Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer,  Preliminary Hearing Advances Perzel Corruption Case to Trial

Jennifer Emily, Dallas Morning News, Special Prosecutor to Examine Corruption Allegations Involving Dallas County Constables

Solomon L. Wisenberg, Letter of Apology, The SEC And Rattner

DOJ Press Release, Former New Jersey Investment Company Executive Charged with Embezzling More Than $600,000 from Company

Cathy Hayes, Irish Central, Ireland to crack down on white-collar crime

DOJ Press Release, Department of Justice Recovers More Than $40 Million in Fraud Proceeds from Foreign Ponzi Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Two Securities Broker-Dealers Indicted for Securities Fraud Scheme in Texas

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