News that Fits

The Washington Post: After Stevens case, Justice Department corruption unit in disarray.

The Washington Post: Global insurance fraud by North Korea outlined.

The Wall Street Journal Law Blog: Will Mark Cuban prove to be a thorn in the SEC’s side?

The New York Times: Medical problems could include identity theft.

The New York Times: Ex-Merrill Lynch execs in Enron case can be retried.

The Blog of the Legal Times: New appellate head at D.C. Legal Aid Society.

The Blog of the Legal Times: Justice Department says tax nominee is qualified

The Blog of the Legal Times: Jefferson Day 2: Businessman who pleaded guilty testifies.

Reuters: More financial fraud cases seen after US overhaul.

Law.com: DLA and White & Case Moscow offices raided in fraud investigation.

Law.com: 11th Circuit rejects bids to kill $445 million settlement of suit against HealthSouth.

Law.com: Baker Botts: No conflict in representing Stanford receiver in fraud case.

The Richmond Times Dispatch: Feds: Exec’s divorce a ploy to dodge $3.2 billion payout.

The Washington Times: Conyers’ wife focus of bribery probe.


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