Sunday, March 17, 2013

In the News & Around the Blogosphere

Peter Lattman, NYTimes, SAC Capital to Pay $616 Million in Insider Trading Cases

Paul Kish, Federal Criminal Lawyer Blog, Divided Atlanta Federal Appeals Court Upholds Florida Mail Fraud and Bribery Conviction: the Latest Saga in the "Honest Services" Debate

Mary M. Chapman, NYTimes, Former Mayor of Detroit Guilty in Corruption Case

Adam Nossiter, NYTimes, U.S. Embassy Criticizes Pardons in Nigerian Corruption Cases

Nate Raymond, Thomson Reuters, Rakoff says sentencing guidelines should be 'scrapped'

Robert W. Wood, Forbes, Ernst & Young's $123M Non-Prosecution Agreement Over Tax Shelters: Priceless

Michael Pollick, The Herald Tribune, Danish lawyer charged in Morgans' Ponzi scheme

Deon Daugherty, Houston Business Journal, Judge accepts Transocean’s $400M criminal settlement


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