Wednesday, October 5, 2011

DOJ White Collar Prosecutions

Is it my imagination, or has the DOJ been picking up its numbers in prosecutions and resolutions in white collar cases?  Or is it just an increase in DOJ Press Releases? -

DOJ Press Release, Australian Man Pleads Guilty to Accepting Payment as Reward for Steering $15 Million in U.S.-Funded Contracts in Afghanistan

DOJ Press Release, Former EPA-CID Special Agent in Texas Pleads Guilty to Perjury and Obstruction of Justice

DOJ Press Release, SAIC and Others to Pay U.S. More Than $22.6 Million to Resolve False Claims Allegations

DOJ Press Release, Houston-based Principals of A&O Entities Sentenced in Virginia for $100 Million Fraud Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Trident Seafoods Corp. to Pay $2.5 Million to Resolve Clean Water Act Violations and Spend More Than $30 Million to Upgrade Processing Plants

DOJ Press Release, Superseding Indictment Filed in $670 Million Fraud Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Johnson & Johnson Subsidiary Scios Pleads Guilty to Misbranding Heart Failure Drug Natrecor - California-Based Company Will Pay $85 Million Criminal Fine

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