Saturday, December 11, 2010

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Mike Scarcella, BLT Blog, Roger Clemens' Lawyers See Document Fight on Horizon

Liam Moloney & Salvatore Pizzo, WSJ, Parmalat Founder Receives 18-Year Prison Sentence

Pater Lattman, NYTimes Dealbook, Ex-Goldman Programmer Found Guilty of Code Theft

Jenna Greene, BLT Blog, SEC Settles Vitesse Stock Option Backdating Case 

Samuel Rubenfeld, WSJ Blog, Lanny Breuer Hails US Anti-Corruption Efforts At UN Conference

Michael A. Memoli, LATimes, Senate convicts federal judge Thomas Porteous of corruption and perjury

DOJ Press Release, Three Former Financial Services Executives Indicted for Fraudulent Conduct Affecting Contracts Related to Municipal Bonds

DOJ Press Release, Former Goldman Sachs Computer Programmer Found Guilty in Manhattan Federal Court of Theft of Trade Secrets

DOJ Press Release, Former Employee of U.S. Army Contractor in Afghanistan Sentenced in Manhattan Federal Court to 41 Months in Prison for Accepting Corrupt Payments

DOJ Press Release, Perpetrator of $50 Million Real Estate Ponzi Scheme Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

DOJ Press Release, Former New York State Senator and Putnam County Executive-Elect Pleads Guilty in White Plains Federal Court to Obstruction of Justice and Tax Charges

Jonathan Weil, Bloomberg Opinion, Wall Street's Worst at Least Can Do the Math: 

Jesse Eisinger, Propublica, Where Are the Financial Crisis Prosecutions?

DOJ Press Release, Former CEO of the Morgan Crucible Co. Sentenced to Serve 18 Months in Prison for Role in Conspiracy to Obstruct Justice

DOJ Press Release, RAE Systems Agrees to Pay $1.7 Million Criminal Penalty to Resolve Violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act -Voluntary Disclosure Results in Non-Prosecution Agreement

DOJ Press Release, Justice Department Charges Seventh Individual for Allegedly Filing Fraudulent Claims for Oil Spill Compensation -Seven Defendants in Total Charged to Date in North Carolina, Texas, Mississippi, Michigan, Alabama and Louisiana


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