Saturday, December 18, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Nate Raymond & Mark Hamblett, NYLJ, law.com, Ex-Winston Attorney Charged With Laundering Fraud Proceeds

Wash Post (AP), Former New Jersey lawmaker acquitted of corruption

Bob Holt, New Jersey Newsroom,  L. Harvey Smith is second to beat feds in N.J. corruption sting

Houston Chronicle, AP, Developer in Dallas corruption case gets 14 months

Dayton Daily News (AP), Ex-official gets prison in Ohio corruption case

Ed Timms & Kevin Krause, Dallas Morning News, Public Integrity Units Stay Busy in Other Large Texas Counties 

DOJ Press Release, Three Insiders at Public Companies and One Executive of Expert-Networking Firm Charged with Conspiring to Distribute Inside Information to the Firm's Clients
Another Public Company Insider Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Distribute Inside Information in Connection with Work as a Consultant for an Expert-Networking Firm

Peter Henning, Dealbook, NYTimes, What the New Insider Trading Cases Mean

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