Tuesday, June 26, 2012

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Katherine Frey, Wash Post, Judge who had ‘no passion for punishment’ retires after 31 years (with a hat tip to Donna Elm and Mark O'Brian)

T. Markus Funk, Law360, Exposing Online Service Providers to Criminal Liability

T. Markus Funk, Bloomberg BNA, Marketing Opportunity to Business Imperative: How yesterday's 'Dolphin-Safe' Tuna Became Today's Child, Human Trafficking, and Slave Labor-Free Product 

DOJ Press Release, Veteran D.C. Defense Attorney Charles F. Daum and Two Investigators Found Guilty of Obstruction of Justice Charges

DOJ Press Release, Data Systems & Solutions LLC Resolves Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Violations and Agrees to Pay $8.82 Million Criminal Penalty

DOJ Press Release, Former Arizona State Representative Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison for Wire Fraud and Tax Evasion Related to the Misuse of More Than $140,000 in Charity Funds  

Joe Nocera, NYTimes, Suspense Is Over in Madoff Case

Dan Strumpf, Chad Bray, Ashby Jones, Fox Business (Dow Jones), Former Executives Agree to Fines in AIG Transaction Case; David Voreacos, Bloomberg-Business WeekGen Re, AIG Defendants May Win Dismissal of Fraud Cases

Mike Tolson, Houston Chronicle, Clemens' acquittal just latest in string of federal court flops

Associated Press, NYTimes,Two LulzSec Hackers Plead Guilty in Britain (with a hat tip to Ivan Dominguez)



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