Wednesday, February 1, 2012

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Kaye Scholer, White-Collar Litigation Partner Amy Conway-Hatcher Joins Kaye Scholer’s D.C. Office

Mike Scarcella, law.com, Two auto parts companies to pay $548M in antitrust prosecution

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Jury Acquits Two Businessmen In FCPA Sting Case

Washington Post (AP), Fresh NY indictment boosts insider trading charges against Ex-Goldman Sachs board member

DOJ Press Release, Yazaki Corp., Denso Corp. and Four Yazaki Executives Agree to Plead Guilty to Automobile Parts Price-Fixing and Bid-Rigging Conspiracies -Companies Agree to Pay a Total of $548 Million in Criminal Fines–Includes Second Largest Criminal Fine Ever for an Antitrust Violation; Executives Agree to Serve Prison Time

DOJ Press Release, Owner and Employee of Miami Home Health Company Plead Guilty in $22 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Two Shipping Corporations Plead Guilty and Are Sentenced in Maryland for Obstruction of Justice and Environmental Crimes - Companies Each Sentenced to Pay $1.2 Million, Including $550,000 to Benefit Chesapeake Bay

Sue Reisinger, Corporate Counsel, SEC Dismisses Case Against Ex-GC, Leaves Larger Questions Open

David Gialanella, NJLJ, Federal Prosecutors Want Martini Off Bergrin Case, Doubting Impartiality 

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