Russian National and Three Others Charged In Kickback Scheme.
Laurel Woman Admits to Stealing Almost $300K in Social Security Benefit Checks.
Former Chief of Baltimore City Division of Transit And Marine Services Indicted for Bribery Scheme.
Maryland Woman Admits To Treating Patients While Fraudulently Posing As A Physician’s Assistant.
Earlier today, an Indictment was unsealed and “wanted” posters were issued for fugitives charged with multimillion dollar international cyber fraud scheme.
The posters looked nothing like this:
Welcome to Miami: Two men from Miami have pleaded guilty to laundering millions of dollars obtained through a $10.5 million Medicare fraud scheme using shell companies they controlled.
The Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics has issued this new report on pretrial release in the federal system.
Here is the accompanying press release:
From 2008 to 2010, federal district courts released more than a third (36 percent) of defendants prior to case disposition, according to a study released today by the Justice Department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS). Nearly two-thirds (66 percent) of released defendants were released at their initial appearance hearing, while the rest were released at subsequent events including detention or bond hearings. Continue reading “DoJ News”
News from the US Attorney’s Office in the District of Columbia:
Couple Indicted For Wire Fraud and Other Charges In Scheme to Steal Grant Funds Intended for Charitable Youth Boxing Program
–Defendants Allegedly Used Money for Gambling, Other Personal Expenses–
Maryland Woman Sentenced to 75 Months in Prison For Defrauding D.C. Medicaid Program By Submitting Over $7 Million in Phony Claims
– Defendant Billed Some Patients For More Than 24 Hours of Therapy In A Single Day
Former State Department Employee Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge in Identity Theft Scam
-Got Access to Information While in a Student Work Program–
Alleged Trafficker of Counterfeit Automotive Accessories Indicted in Virginia.
Miami Area Assisted Living Facility Owners Plead Guilty for Roles in $63 Million Fraud Scheme.
“Forced Waiver of the Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege,” Corporate Counsel, Oct. 25, 2012.
“Rajaratnam Appeal Judges Voice Concern Over U.S. Wiretaps,” Bloomberg, Oct. 25, 2012. [Related Story]
“Bank of America Faces Claim of ‘Brazen’ Mortgage Fraud,” New York Law Journal, Oct. 25, 2012.
“Antibribery Track Record: Republicans vs. Democrats,” Corporate Counsel, Oct. 24, 2012. [Related Story]
“Business Groups File Challenge to SEC Conflict Minerals Rule,” Corporate Counsel, Oct. 24, 2012.
“Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer On … ,” FCPA Professor,” Oct. 24, 2012. [Breuer’s Remarks in html and pdf]
Also, attached please find a PDF file of the following recently released paper:
Ryan M. Rodenberg and Anastasios Kaburakis, Legal and Corruption Issues in Sports Gambling (Oct. 2012)