Sunday, July 4, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

DOJ Press Release, New Jersey UBS Client Pleads Guilty to Failing to Report More Than $2 Million in Swiss Bank Account

Barry Bearak, The Seattle Times (NYTimes), South Africa's former chief of police found guilty of corruption

Don Siegelman files new motion to recuse judge - Download PL 2010 06 28 Sieg 2ND RECUAL MOT OCRd

Jason Trahan, Dallas News,Final Dallas Public Corruption Case Defendant Wants Change of Venue, Cites Publicity

Michael Howard Saul, WSJ, Corruption Arrests Hit Record in City -City Department of Investigation Points to Aggressive Enforcement for 12% Jump

Martha Graybow, Reuters, Ex-Bristol Myers execs in deferred prosecution deal

DOJ Press Release, Technip S.A. Resolves Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Investigation and Agrees to Pay $240 Million Criminal Penalty; Michael Connor, Business Ethics, French Firm to Pay $338 Million to Settle Bribery Charges

Lynnley Browning & David Jolly, NYTimes, Swiss Lawmakers Turn to Voters on UBS Disclosure

John Pacenti,, Daily Business Review, Rothstein Prosecutors Fear Attorney Fees May Bleed Estate Dry

Amanda Bronstad, NLJ, O'Donnell asked 9th Circuit to reconsider his conviction

Houston Business Jrl, BP May Face Criminal Prosecution Over Gulf Oil Spill

Ryan McConnell moving from AUSA in Houston to Haynes & Boone, LLP

Jim Morrill, Charlotte Observer, Former Lottery Official Geddings Is Releases From Prison - Lawyers Will Seek to Have Former Lottery Commissioner's Conviction Nullified (hat tip to Ted Gest)

Nate Raymond,, Man Pleads Guilty to Scam Using Dewey & LeBoeuf Name

Wash Post, SEC limits political gifts after abuse scandals

DOJ Press Release, Founder and Treasurer of Labor Union Charged with Mail Fraud

Dan Levine,, Feds Will Retry Trade Secret Count in Economic Espionage Case

Washington Legal Foundation, U.S. v. King: It’s Time for Some Prosecutorial Restraint


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