Friday, March 11, 2011

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Anthony J. Franze & R. Stanton Jones, The Pulse - Washington Legal Foundation, Lessons From the Rubashkin Amicus Debacle: The Government’s About-Face Calls for a DOJ Policy on Friend-of-the-Court Briefs (hat tip - Stephen Richer)

Mark Hamblett, NYLJ,, Opening at Inside-Trading Trial Show Different Views of Data; Peter Lattman, NYTimes, It’s Greed vs. a Picture of Solid Research in Galleon Trial

Carrie Ritchie, IndyStar, Marion Co. prosecutor creates white-collar crime hotline

DOJ Press Release, Former Ohio Man Pleads Guilty to Failing to Report His Foreign Bank Account at UBS in Switzerland -Admits to Second Account at Credit Suisse

Nate Raymond, NLJ,, Former Dewey & LeBoeuf associate charged with insider trading

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Bloch Sentencing Delayed As Defense Lawyers Investigate Next Move; D.C. Judge Rejects Bloch's Effort to Withdraw Guilty Plea

Bill Rankin, Atlanta Jrl Constitution, Ex-judge Camp sentenced to 30 days in prison

DOJ Press Release, Former Alabama Mayor Pleads Guilty to Filing False Tax Return

DOJ Press Release, UK Solicitor Pleads Guilty for Role in Bribing Nigerian Government Officials as Part of KBR Joint Venture Scheme


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