Tuesday, June 17, 2008

In the News and Blogsphere

David Marcus, SDFL Blogspot, Former Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell  (provides thoughtful commentary to Bill Rankin's AJC Article - Ex-mayor misled officials to enter rehab program, documents say)

Brian Baxter, AMLaw Daily, Former Bear Stearns Managers Could Face Securities Fraud Charges

Carrie Johnson, Washington Post, Ex-Civil Rights Official's Testimony Under Review

DOJ Press Release - German-Based Operator of Ship and Chief Engineer Plead Guilty to Falsifying Records

Larry Ribstein, Ideoblog, Insurance and the Criminilization of Agency Costs

NYTimes Editorial, A Case of Politics (discussing the Don Siegelman case)

Washington Post, National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) to Reveal Embezzlement Details

The BLT - Blog of Legal Times, House Panel Subpoenas Valerie Plame Records

Dan Slater, WSJ Blog, It’s Official: Feds Call Former Bayou CEO a Fugitive from the Law

Davide Beretta, WSJ, Former EADS Executive is Detained

Tenth Circuit Rules in Wittig  (former CEO of Western Resources, Inc. - now Westar) - opinion here (court affirms sentence with the exception of the "special condition of supervised release") See Doug Berman's Sentencing Law & Policy - Third time's (almost) the charm in Tenth Circuit sentencing case for an excellent discussion and commentary.



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