Tuesday, May 29, 2012

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

David Voreacos & Greg Farrell, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wal-Mart Not Alone in Late Disclosure of Bribe Probe

Mike Scarcella, law.com, At odds in the Stevens case - Internal DOJ report shows fighting over punishment of prosecutors

Dan Ariely, WSJ, Why We Lie (hat tip to David Gerger)

Adam Liptak, NYTimes, A Tough Judge’s Proposal for Fairer Sentencing

Kristen Hays, Reuters, Judge says Enron's Skilling can seek new trial

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, DOJ Preparing to Release Internal Probe of Ted Stevens Case 

Grant McCool, Reuters, Gupta insider trading jury to hear Rajaratnam tapes; Walter Pavlo, Forbes, Prosecutors Say Rajat Gupta Close To Rajaratnam, But Does It Matter?; NYDaily News, Rajat Gupta's trial: Prosecutors play FBI wiretaps

Samuel Rubenfeld, WSJ, Former NY Lawmaker Bruno Faces New Corruption Charges

Robert Barnes, Washington Post, Supreme Court faces pressure to reconsider Citizens United ruling

AP, Washington Post, Jurors in John Edwards’ campaign corruption trial take weekend break, resume Monday

John May, The FCPA Blog, Facilitation: A Jury Question

Patricia Hurtado & Seth Stern, Bloomberg, U.S. Said to Start Probe of $2 Billion JPMorgan Loss

Michael Pollick, Herald Tribune, Marian Morgan's big mistake: Not taking a plea

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Roger Clemens Presses Constitutional Dispute with Congress

 
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