Friday, November 27, 2009

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Lynnley Browning, NYTimes, Ex-UBS Banker Seeks Billions for Blowing Whistle

Robert K. Gordon, The Birmingham News, U.S. attorney in Alabama's northern district: Lighter sentences send wrong message (w/ a hat tip to Ted Gest)

Mary Williams Walsh & Michael J. de la Merced, NYTimes, Greenberg and A.I.G. Settle Legal Disputes

Michael Booth, New Jersey Law Jrl, Corporation Under Criminal Probe May Ethically Retain Counsel for Employees (Note -  this article includes the New Jersey Supreme Court Opinion that examines why the Rules of Professional Conudct permit an employer to hire and pay the fees for counsel of employees) (hat tip to Bill Olis)

DOJ Press Release, Six Individuals Sentenced for Multi-Million Dollar E-Mail Stock Fraud Scheme (sentences were 51 months, 35 months,18 months, 2 individuals received - 12 months + 1 day, one day - with other aspects to each of these sentences)  

Jay Weaver, Miami Herald, Feds drop money-laundering case against Miami lawyer Ben Kuehne

Brian Baxter, American Lawyer,, Galleon Founder Accused of Insider Trading Blasts Wiretap Use

Doug Berman, Sentencing Law & Poilicy Blog, Justified complaints that Obama's first pardon will be of a turkey

WSJ (AP), Swiss Notify UBS Clients

David A. Kaplan, CNN Money - Fortune, Why Kozlowski should get clemency

Nathan Koppel, WSJ, Roman Polanski Wins Bail

Martha Neil, ABA Jrl Law News Now, Too Embarrassed to Make Layoffs, Lawyer Stole $9.3M, Gets 7 Years


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My oh my, this blog is a regular little fountain of information that has fallen off of the screen.

I will check back to see how things are going out there in reality land.

Posted by: evil is evil | Nov 27, 2009 12:38:12 PM

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