Monday, May 25, 2009

In the News and Around the Blogosphere

Bob Johnson, Motgomeryadvertiser (AP), Siegelman will remain free until August, AP, NJ congressmen seek Christie testimony on monitors

Emile Lounsberry & Robert Moran, Magid out as interim U.S. Attorney in eastern Pa.

Lynne Marek, National Law Jrl, 7th Cir. bar president discusses high court's decision to review Conrad Black's conviction

Joe Palazzolo and Amanda Bronstad, U.S. attorney picks are under way -Some Senate Republicans want a say in who gets selected

Robert Trigaux, St Pete Times, Attorney passionate about the law, whether as prosecutor or defender (interview of L.T. Lafferty)

DOJ Press Release, Former Home Depot "Product Merchant" Pleads Guilty

PR Newswire, Akerman Senterfitt Expands White Collar Crime and Government Investigations Practice in Washington D.C.

Boston Herald,(AP), Ted Kennedy picks 1st woman for state’s US Attorney

Trading Markets, WellCare Announces SEC Resolution

Benjamin Weiser, NYTimes, U.S. Attorneys Named for Manhattan and New Jersey

DOJ Press Release, Five Defendants Sentenced in Puerto Rico Corruption Case

DOJ Press Release, Minnesota Hospitals to Pay U.S. $2.28 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations


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