Wednesday, September 28, 2011

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Bob Van Voris & Patricia Hurtado, San Francisco Chronicle, Bloomberg News, Ex-Galleon Trader Zvi Goffer Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison

Fox News, Italy G8 Corruption Case to Go to Trial

Annie Sweeney, Chicago Tribune, Federal judge delays Blagojevich sentencing

Forbes (AP), Sentencing postponed in Alabama gambling probe

DOJ Press Release, Investment Club Manager Pleads Guilty to $40 Million Fraud

Amanda Bronstad, NLJ, Prominent white-collar defender moves to Venable

Jennifer DePaul, Journalism & Women Symposium, Bernie Madoff: A Journalist’s Story About the Ponzi Scheme

Julia Werdigier & Jack Ewing,, NYTimes, Rogue Trading Leads UBS Chief to Resign (hat tip to Ivan Dominguez)

Mike Koehler, FCPA Professor, Individual DOJ Prosecutions By The Numbers

Keith Goldberg, Law360, Rajaratnam Sentencing Delayed Until October (subscription required)

Ben Present, Legal Intelligencer, Conahan Gets 17.5 Years for Role in Luzerne Scandal

Richard A. Oppel, Jr., NYTimes, Sentencing Shift Gives New Leverage to Prosecutors

Zoe Tillman, BLT Blog, Government Announces Return of $55M from Alleged Ponzi Schemes

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