White Collar Crime

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Criminal Justice

Lawyer snagged in FBI sting pleads guilty to money laundering conspiracy

White Collar Crime

Former BigLaw partner is indicted for alleged insider trading

Sentencing/Post Conviction

Former Illinois Gov. Blagojevich apologizes, but his new sentence is the same as the old one

Judiciary

7th Circuit judge has ‘penchant for confabulation,’ losing law prof alleges in law review article

Criminal Justice

Lawyer goes on trial for alleged false oil-spill claims; prosecutors drop several counts

Sentencing/Post Conviction

Lawyer making routine list discovered law-firm partner didn’t have law license; she gets prison time

White-Collar Crime

11th Circuit references Vulcans and bourbon in tossing convictions in alleged ‘bar girls’ scheme

Sentencing/Post Conviction

Soccer star Lionel Messi gets suspended sentence for tax fraud

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court tosses conviction of former Virginia governor, clarifies reach of bribery law

Trials & Litigation

Rite Aid can’t recover from imprisoned ex-lawyer because of release in shareholder suit, judge rules

Law Firms

Indicted investor waives potential conflict posed by his BigLaw lawyers’ grand jury appearance

Labor & Employment

Court awards over $500K in wrongful dismissal case to rogue trader who cost bank nearly $7B

Criminal Justice

Appeals court rejects bid to throw out fraud indictment against Texas AG

White-Collar Crime

Ex-lawyer at first avoided prison in $700K client thefts, but gets time for not paying restitution

Criminal Justice

Lawyer and paralegal convicted of bribery for paying court worker to refer arrestees to them

White-Collar Crime

Former Dewey leader rethinks pro se plan for retrial, retains new defense lawyer

Real Estate and Property Law

Longtime lawyer pleads guilty in $33.6M real-estate fraud involving bogus court filings

White-Collar Crime

Lawyer is charged with stealing $587K from estate of deceased ‘kung fu’ judge

Legal Technology

Company claims its technology can pick out criminals by facial analysis

Law Firms

Chance to work on ‘biggest disputes in trial work’ lures small litigation boutique to Boies Schiller
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