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Legal developments affecting the prosecution and defense of fraud and other white collar crimes are the focus of White Collar Crime Report.

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  • Stay informed of judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments relating to the prosecution and defense of white collar crime, in all types of cases from across the country.
  • Track litigation and other legal developments involving white collar crime cases in all federal courts, and significant legal developments in state courts.
  • Follow actions taken and policies issued by the Justice Department and U.S. Sentencing Commission.
  • Keep up with current events easily, in well-organized issues that highlight the various procedural steps in white collar prosecutions, from investigation to pleadings through trial to final disposition.
  • Find out how your fellow prosecutors or defense attorneys handle white collar criminal cases in periodic BNA Insights articles, which offer guidance from well-known lawyers practicing in the field.
  • Provide sound advice as a lawyer who advises corporations and corporate officers. The information in the Report can help you conduct internal investigations and avoid corporate wrongdoing in complex financial dealings.
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Procedural matters including:

  • Appeals
  • Indictments
  • Investigations
  • Jury verdicts
  • Pleas
  • Pretrial and post-trial developments
  • Sentencing

Statutes and regulations covered:

  • Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
  • Federal Rules of Evidence
  • U.S. Sentencing Guidelines
  • Federal and state criminal statutes
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July 29, 2014
  • Lloyds Reaches $370 Million Deal With U.S., U.K. Authorities on Libor
  • Contraband-Cigarette Statute Requires Proof Accused Knew Packs Lacked Stamps
  • Probation Sentence in Lieu of Prison Not Justified by Government ‘Shutdown'
  • Defendant's Response to Anders Brief Blocks Later Challenge in Habeas Corpus
  • Smith & Wesson Will Pay $2 Million To Settle SEC Probe Into FCPA Violations
July 28, 2014
  • Former President of Aviation Firm Admits to Bribing Foreign Officials
  • Prosecutors Didn't Have Strong Case Against Younger Rajaratnam, Lawyers Say
  • U.S. Appeals Court May Review Denial Of International Fugitive's Motion to Dismiss
  • Sentencing of Madoff Cohorts Delayed Until at Least September
  • Caution Urged in Certifying Conduct Wasn't Willful Under Streamlined OVDP
  • California Bank Will Pay $4 Million to Settle With Clients of Convicted Campaign Treasurer
  • Issa Wants DOJ Documents on Strategy In JPMorgan, Citi Deals on MBS Charges
  • Morgan Stanley to Pay $275 Million For Misleading Investors About RMBS
  • Barclays Argues for Dismissal Of New York's Dark Pools Case
  • Bank of America Will Pay $16.5 Million For Alleged Drug-Trafficker Transactions
July 24, 2014
  • ‘Elite' Fraudster Gets Two Years For Lying to Customers About Prices
July 23, 2014
  • OmniView Capital Chief Executive Charged in Stock Manipulation Case
  • The Intent Element for Gatekeepers Under the FCPA: Is It All but Gone?
  • Americans Say Stock Market ‘Rigged', Government Bad at Regulating Wall Street
  • Former Qualcomm Executive Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading
  • Former Auditor for Health-Care Firm Must Face Charges He Made Illegal Trades
  • Fugitive Tax Cheat Tracked Down Through Facebook Pleads Guilty
July 22, 2014
  • Dark Pools, High-Frequency Traders Disfavored by Most, According to Poll
  • Hedge Fund Founder Wants High Court To Review Conviction for Insider Trading
  • House Panel Approves Bill to Toughen Enforcement of ID Theft Involving Taxes
July 21, 2014
  • FedEx Accused of Delivering Illegal Drugs for Web Pharmacies
  • Former Executive at Alstom Pleads Guilty To FCPA Charge in Indonesian Bribe Scheme
  • Accused Conspirators Win New Trial For Government's Withholding of Evidence
  • Rengan Rajaratnam, SEC in Talks To Conclude Civil Insider Charges
  • New Trial Ordered for Two Defendants After Government Withholds Evidence
July 17, 2014
  • Gupta's En Banc Petition Rejected By Second Circuit
  • FBI Sting Operation Leads to Charges Against Five in Alleged Microcap Fraud
  • Sentence That Leaves Restitution Open Qualifies as ‘Final’ for Purposes of Appeal
  • Senate Bill Would Imprison Executives Who Knowingly Hide Product Dangers
  • Sony, Universal Said to Face U.S. Probe Over Songwriter Fees
  • Oil Recycling Firm Owner Gets 42 Months For Reselling PCB-Contaminated Products
July 15, 2014
  • Citigroup Will Pay $7 Billion To Settle Mortgage-Bond Probe
  • CalPERS Ex-CEO Pleads Guilty To Bribery Conspiracy Over Fees
  • Critics Attack DOJ Settlement with Citigroup, Saying Deal Reaffirms ‘Too Big to Jail' Policy
  • Caribbean-Based Lawyer Pleads Guilty In Tax Evasion-Related Laundering Sting
  • Extradited Russian Pleads Guilty To Smuggling U.S. Munitions List Items
  • Ex-CalPERS CEO Pleads Guilty To Bribery Conspiracy Over Fees
July 11, 2014
  • Engineer Gets 15-Year Sentence For Stealing DuPont Trade Secrets
  • Expert Opinion Is ‘Unreliable' Where Based On Defendant's Word He Intended No Wrong
  • E-Mails, Interviews Confirm McCarthy's ‘Stand Down' Claim on Beale Probe, IG Says
  • Owners of Two Hotels in Kansas Admit They Hired Unauthorized Workers
  • Owners of Two Hotels in Kansas Admit to Hiring Unauthorized Workers
July 10, 2014
  • Citigroup Inc. Said to Be Close To $7 Billion Mortgage Settlement
  • Nine-Year Prison Term Sought Against Former Trader at Jefferies
  • Illegal Trades Yield Prison Terms For Carter's Executives, Fund Manager
July 09, 2014
  • In First Loss for U.S. Attorney Bharara, Rengan Rajaratnam Is Found Not Guilty
  • U.S. Overreached In JPMorgan Accord, Better Markets Argues In Opposition Brief
July 08, 2014
  • State Department Uses Facebook To Track Down Convicted Tax Cheat
  • Doctor Who took Bribes for Referrals Sentenced to Two Years' Imprisonment
  • Court Gives Expansive Reading to Doctrine Requiring Malpractice Plaintiffs' Exoneration
July 07, 2014
  • JPMorgan Said to Have Unwittingly Helped BNP Hide Transactions Involving Sudan, Cuba
  • SunTrust Banks to Pay Up to $320 Million To End Probe Into Mortgage Modifications
  • Priorities in an Environment with Increased Enforcement of AML Compliance
  • House Ethics Committee Backtracks On Reporting Trips on Annual Forms
  • Former HIV Clinic Owner Pleads Guilty To $31 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme
July 03, 2014
  • Obstruction Charge Revived Against Former BP Executive
  • Political Consultant's Conviction of Stealing From Bloomberg Mayoral Campaign Affirmed
  • BNP's $8.97 Billion U.S. Fine Resets Bar for European Banks
  • Former Assistant to Merrill Brokers Absolved of Role in ‘Squawk Box’ Case
  • UCLA Professor Gets Prosecution Deferred In Case Where Lab Accident Killed Student
  • Auto Foam Manufacturers Will Pay More Than $6.1 Million for Fixing Prices
  • Denso Executive Will Plead Guilty Agrees to Serve 366 Days in Prison
  • Court to Hear Conservative Group's Request For Forensic Expert In Lerner E-Mail Search
  • HSBC Will Pay $10 Million To Settle U.S. Fraud Lawsuit
July 01, 2014
  • BNP Paribas to Pay $8.9 Billion In Sanctions Investigation Plea Deal
  • Ohio Businessman Is Acquitted Of Violating Campaign Finance Law
  • U.S. Bancorp to Pay $200 Million To Resolve Mortgage Investigation
  • Prison, Restitution Ordered for Owner Of Ambulance Firm in Medicare Fraud Case
  • California Governor Signs Bill Clearing Way for Virtual Currency
June 30, 2014
  • Restitution in Check-Kite Case Isn't Reduced By Collusion of Scammed Business's Principal
  • Dark Pool Greed Spurred Barclays To Lie to Investors, Lawsuit Claims
  • Two Stockbrokers Accused of Trading On News of IBM's Acquisition of SPSS
  • Bill to Curtail Operation Choke Point Is Latest Republican Effort to Stop Program
  • Co-Owner of Hospice Business Gets 33 Months, Must Pay $16.2 Million
  • Omnicare Inc. Will Pay $124 Million To Settle Allegations it Paid Kickbacks
June 27, 2014
  • Compelled Disclosure of Encryption Key Wasn't Covered by Act-of-Production Rule
  • ‘Worthless,' ‘Barbaric' Nursing Home Care Supports Conviction for Fraudulent Billing
June 26, 2014
  • Former Lawyer Daugerdas Sentenced To 15 Years in $8 Billion Tax Fraud Scheme
June 25, 2014
  • Citigroup Said to Face $10 Billion Hit As Justice Department Readies Lawsuit
  • Police Can't Hold Indefinitely Digital Files That Are Beyond Scope of Search Warrant
  • Ex-Madoff Accountant Konigsberg Pleads Guilty to Aiding in Massive Fraud
  • Ex-Credit Suisse Managing Director Avoids Jail in Case Involving Mortgage-Backed Bonds
June 24, 2014
  • Holder Says DOJ's Operation Choke Point To Continue Targeting Banks That Abet Fraud
  • DOJ Closes Smith & Wesson Investigation; Firm Says Settlement of SEC Claims Near
  • Former Millennium Global Fund Manager Gets Four Years for Inflating Value of Debt
June 23, 2014
  • Supreme Court Says Bank Fraud Statute Doesn't Require Proof of Intent to Fool Bank
  • Alaska Congressman Will Repay $60,000, Get ‘Letter of Reproval' for Improper Trips
  • Bank of America Must Face Lawsuit Claiming Mortgage-Securities Fraud
  • Houston Man Charged With Selling Fake Renewable Credits to Oil Companies
June 20, 2014
  • Probe of Currency Markets Broadening; Investigators Said to Be Targeting Markups
  • Court-Appointed Law Firm's Fee Dispute Can't Go Forward as Takings Clause Case
  • Court Unseals Files in Wisconsin Probe Alleging Walker, Groups Illegally Coordinated
  • IRS Offers Relief for Taxpayers Who Didn't Willfully Conceal Accounts
  • OVDP Taxpayers May Qualify for Lighter Penalties Under Streamlined Procedures
  • Public Safety, Privacy and Particularity: A New Approach to Search Warrants for Digital Evidence
  • San Francisco Tax Attorney Sentenced To One Year for Failing to Report Income
  • New York Man Admits to Concealing Account; Will Pay $3.1 Million Civil Penalty, Restitution
  • FHFA, RBS Unit Reach $99.5 Million Accord On Mortgage Securities Sold to Freddie Mac
  • SEC Monetary Penalties to Be Larger, More Common, Senior Official Indicates
  • Maker-Taker Model Draws Senate Scrutiny; Restrictions Suggested to Reduce Conflicts
  • Financial Reporting Fraud ‘Next Frontier’ For SEC Enforcement Program, Official Says
June 18, 2014
  • En Route to Prison for Insider Trading, Gupta Loses Challenge to $14 Million Fine
  • Citing Second Circuit Citigroup Ruling, SEC Seeks Approval of CR Intrinsic Deal
  • Characteristics of Insider Trading Found In Quarter of Options Trading, Study Says
  • SunTrust Agrees to Pay $968 Million To Settle Federal, State Mortgage Probes
  • Mt. Gox Bankruptcy Approved; Hunt for Lost Bitcoins Continues
June 17, 2014
  • High Court Rejects Rajaratnam's Bid For Review of Insider Trading Conviction
  • Conditional Offer to Return to U.S. Is Proof Accused Stayed Abroad to Avoid Prosecution
  • Corporation Isn't ‘Victim' Owed Restitution Where It Took Part in Top Executives' Fraud
  • Supreme Court Green Lights Challenge To Ohio Law on False Campaign Speech
  • IRS Says It Lost Lerner E-Mails Because of Crash of Hard Drive
  • Court Says FCA Relators May Not Share In Penalties From Criminal Prosecution
  • SEC to Pursue More Insider Cases In Administrative Forum, Ceresney Says
June 11, 2014
  • Two Former Staffers for Rep. Renacci Will Testify at Trial of Ohio Businessman
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