The Richmond Times-Dispatch: Prosecution rests in $132 million Edward Okun fraud trial.
LawyersUSA: We are posting this interesting article which addresses whistleblower claims against drug companies, even if it is a little outside of our focus (or, one might say, “off-label”): Plaintiffs’ lawyers press off-label drug marketing suits.
The Washington Post: How will Obama fill the US Attorney posts? As I wait for his call, the answer remains unclear.
The Washington Post: A DC government official is accused of bribery. I await his call as well.
The Recorder: Feds accused of vindictiveness in prosecution. You know, as a former Assistant US Attorney, let me assure those prosecutors out there—you really can’t call yourself a trial lawyer until you’ve been accused of vindictiveness. (Hat Tip to www.law.com)
The Legal Intelligencer: Feds turn their sights on a third PA judge as part of a corruption probe. (Another Hat Tip to www.law.com) Apparently, you can’t really call yourself a government official until you’ve been accused of corruption.