Tuesday, October 26, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Daniel Wise, law.com, NYLJ, AIG's Greenberg Found Liable for Fraudulent Action

Ginny LaRoe, law.com, The Recorder, Federal Prosecutors Want to Ditch Remainder of Silicon Valley Economic Espionage Case  (hat tip to Ivan Dominguez)

Lynnley Browning, NYTimes, U.S. Drops Criminal Charges Against UBS

ABC News - Should Cyberbullying Be Illegal?, (Including commentary by Dan Gelb (Gelb & Gelb))

Andrew M. Harris, Bloomberg, Ex-Illinois Governor Blagojevich Wins Delay in Retrial of Corruption Case

Nedra Pickler, AP, LATimes, Prosecutor uses lobbyist's own e-mails in corruption trial; defense calls them obvious jokes

David Ingram, BLT Blog, Constitutional Clash Hangs Over Corruption Case

Josh Gerstein, Politico, Judge: Feds violated U.S. Islamic group's rights

Spencer S. Hsu, Wash Post, Retrial of Abramoff lobbyist Ring begins in D.C. federal court

DOJ Press Release, California Company and Two Executives Indicted for Their Alleged Participation in Scheme to Bribe Officials at State-owned Electrical Utility in Mexico

DOJ Press Release, Texas Businessman Pleads Guilty in Virginia to Role in $100 Million Fraud Scheme Involving Life Settlements

DOJ Press Release, Houston-area Patient Recruiter Pleads Guilty in a $5.2 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Two Miami Corporations and Four Individuals Indicted for Health Care Fraud Scheme Involving Approximately $200 Million in Medicare Billing

John R. Emshwiller, WSJ, Retrial Dropped, Enron Figure Talks

Samuel Rubenfeld, WSJ, Manhattan DA Announces New Unit To Investigate Public Corruption

T. Markus Funk (Perkins Coie), Wolff, Honey & Obstruction



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