Thursday, July 16, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Kevin Johnson, USA Today, Prison Coaches Charge Up to $20K to Prep White-Collar Perps

DOJ Press Release, Endoscopic Technologies to Pay U.S. $1.4 Million to Resolve Allegations of Medicare Fraud

Mark Douglas & Michael Sasso,, Agents raid St. Pete contractor that worked on shuttle (jackets agents were wearing read "NASA OIG" which implies that the Office of the Inspector General may have been at the heart of this search) 

Cary O'Reilly & David Glovin, Bloomberg, Madoff in Transit to Federal Prison After Processing;  ABC News, Brian Ross Reports: Madoff Arrives at NC Prison to Serve 150-Year Sentence

Michael J. Shepard, Inside Counsel, What Corporate Defendants Can Learn From the Barry Bonds Case

Mark Lillis, Washington Independent, Insider Trading Bill Looks to Hold Congress to Corporate Standard -Loophole Allows Members and Staff to Trade on Non-Public Information

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Baker Hostetler's Dettelbach Nominated for U.S. Attorney in Ohio (check him out here)

DOJ Press Release, Alleged Founder of Street Gang That Uses Violence to Control Hardcore Punk Rock Music Scene Arrested on Extortion Charge for Shaking Down $5,000 from Recording Artist for Protection

Lynnley Browning, NYTimes, Judge Gives UBS and U.S. Time to Seek a Settlement 

DOJ Press Release,New Jersey Electrical Services Company Employee Sentenced to 20 months in Jail for Kickback and Fraud Scheme

DOJ Press Release, Northern District of Illinois discusses an indictment for an alleged "swindling [of] 290 investors in [a] $12 million Ponzi-Scheme" here

DOJ Press Release, Houston Computer Administrator Sentenced to Two Years in Prison for Hacking Former Employer’s Computer Network

(esp)(blogging from The Hague, Netherlands)

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