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White Collar Crime Report

The White Collar Crime Report™ is a leading notification service that provides the latest legal developments affecting the prosecution and defense of fraud and other white-collar crimes. Keep up with current events easily, in well-organized issues that highlight the various procedural steps from investigation to pleadings through trial to final disposition.

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From investigation to pleadings through trial to final disposition, BNA’s extensive network of reporters and correspondents make it easy to stay on top of the latest litigation and other legal developments involving white collar crime cases on both the federal and state level.  Coverage also includes actions taken and polices issued by the Justice Department and U.S. Sentencing Commission.


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Periodic Analysis & Perspective articles offer guidance from well-known attorneys who practice in the field.
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TOPICS COVERED

Topics Covered
  • Fraud involving:
    • Accounting
    • Antitrust
    • Banking
    • Computers
    • Corporations
    • Government procurement
    • Health care
    • Securities
    • Taxes
  • Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Money laundering
  • Other financial crimes
  • Procedural matters including:
    • Appeals
    • Indictments
    • Investigations
    • Jury verdicts
    • Pleas
    • Pretrial and post-trial developments
    • Sentencing
KEY LAWS & REGULATIONS COVERED
  • Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure
  • Federal Rules of Evidence
  • U.S. Sentencing Guidelines
  • Federal and state criminal statutes

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Notification: current reports providing news and developments.

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Continually published online, with bi-weekly email highlights.


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Madoff Accountant Who Cooperated Avoids Prison
July 10
Ex-Deutsche Bank Traders Said to Face Libor Charges From DOJ
July 10
Money-Laundering-for-Hire Sting Yields Three Arrests in New York
July 10
U.S. Wins Bid to Seize $300 Million in Uzbek Bribery Probe
July 10
Hackers Stole U.S. Data on More Than 20 Million People
July 10
Unlicensed Hazmat Storage Supports RCRA Conviction
July 10
Two Swiss Banks to Pay $8.3 Million in U.S. Tax Evasion Probe
July 10
Patriarch of Payday Loans Said To Face U.S. Racketeering Probe
July 9
Southern California Real Estate Developer Gets 14 Years for $20 Million Fraud
July 9
Former CSB Chair Could Face Criminal Probe
July 9
Enough Evidence to Show Defendant Knew Duty Was Breached, 9th Cir. Says
July 8
Appeals Court Affirms Granting of New Trial To Ex-Engineer in Deepwater Horizon Case
July 8
Estonian Pleads Guilty as U.S. Wraps Up Hacking Prosecution
July 8
Hugely Profitable, Wholly Legal Way to Game the Stock Market
July 8
Three Things Companies Should Do Now to Update Anti-Corruption Compliance
July 8
Sealed HSBC Report Shows U.S. Managers Battling Cleanup Squad
July 7
Ex-Petters Cohort Fails to Upset Prison Term Over Role in $3.7B Ponzi
July 7
Fifth Circuit Cuts Down Restitution, Finding Amount Calculated Incorrectly
July 7
Friday Afternoon Scam Cost Hedge Fund $1.2M, CFO's Job
July 7
‘Flash Boys' Programmer in Goldman Case Prevails Again as State Charge Dismissed
July 6
Supreme Court Lets Stand Conviction Of Ex-Aide to Rep. Young in Abramoff Case
July 6
Ex-JPM Traders Must Answer Questions In Order to Quiz London Whale, Court Says
July 6
BP to Pay Record $18.7 Billion to Settle Claims Linked to Deepwater Horizon Spill
July 6
Fraudster Can't Avoid Prison For Delay in Implementing Sentence
July 6
What BP's $18.7 Billion Settlement Means for Environment and Company
July 6
Two California Residents Get Prison For Roles in $50 Million Insurance Fraud
July 6
Pennsylvania Stock Broker Accused Of Running $15.5 Million Ponzi Scheme
July 6
Gupta Fails in Last Ditch Effort To Overturn Insider Conviction, Sentence
July 2
The Birth, Life and Times of the Malware That Forever Changed Global Cybercrime
July 2
In Internal Probes, Keep Witness Memos Spare, Focused on Facts, Attorneys Say
July 2
Former Rep. Renzi Loses Bid For High Court Review of Conviction
June 30
Former Gulfstream Exec Gets 11 Years For Embezzling More Than $10 Million
June 30
Promoter's Arrest Sheds Light On Penny Stock's $6 Billion Jump
June 30
U.S. Seeks to Grab $300 Million In Uzbek Telecom Bribe Probe
June 30
War in Iraq Isn't Over Yet For Purposes of Tolling Law
June 30
Ex-Qualcomm Executive Gets 18 Months For Insider Trading, Money Laundering
June 30
Primary-Dealer Trader Talk Is Open Secret As U.S. Collusion Probe Turns to Treasuries
June 30
Hackers Target Big Oil, Equipment, Seeking Political Gain, Confidential Data
June 30
Barge Captain Sentenced to Jail Time For Negligent Manslaughter, Pollution
June 30
DOJ, Switzerland Bank Reach Agreement Through Department's Swiss Bank Program
June 30
Compliance ‘Paramount' for Those Using Virtual Currencies, DOJ Official Warns
June 30
Companies Need ‘Solid Legal Ground' When Relying on Foreign Law as Shield
June 30
Step Carefully in Pacts Related to Internal Probes
June 30
N.Y. Regulator Said to Probe ISDAfix Derivatives Benchmark
June 30
Legislators Present Coming Attractions In Their Push for Criminal Justice Reform
June 30
Over-Criminalization Task Force Offers Up Comprehensive Criminal Justice Reform Bill
June 30
Julius Baer Sets Aside $350 Million To Settle U.S. Tax Evasion Claims
June 24
CUC International's Ex-CEO Loses Bid for New Trial
June 24
Obnoxious Defendant Didn't Necessitate Recusal of District Judge for Sentencing
June 24
FCPA Enforcement Trends and Developments
June 23
What Legal Options Does Your Company Have After Your Trade Secrets Are Stolen by Cyber Espionage or Cyberattack?
June 23
PetroTiger's Former Co-CEO Avoids Prison As Government Is Chided During Sentencing
June 22
Federal Agencies Charge 243 Individuals In $712 Million Medicare Fraud Crackdown
June 22
Biodiesel Fuel Firm Owner Admits To Selling Fake Renewable Fuel Credits
June 22
Supreme Court Won't Review Decision In Flat Panel Case From Ninth Circuit
June 22
Two Swiss Banks Avoid U.S. Tax Prosecution, Disclose Accounts
June 22
Two People Face Criminal Charges Related to Athlete Loan Promises
June 22
FinCEN Official Stresses Culture Of Compliance to Prevent AML Violations
June 22
Sen. Menendez Loses His Bid To Move Trial Out of New Jersey
June 18
U.S. Wants More Time to Make Decision On Whether to Appeal Newman Ruling
June 18
Citigroup Is Said to Have Ignored E-Mails on Lax Controls at Banamex Unit
June 18
Defense Contractor to Pay $7.1M For Bribes Paid to Kuwaiti Officials
June 18
Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Protect Whistle-Blowers Reporting Antitrust Crimes
June 18
Va. Political Consultant Gets Two Years In First Illegal Campaign Coordination Case
June 17
Former Speaker of Rhode Island House Gets Three-Year Sentence in Corruption Case
June 17
Pennsylvania Roofer Faces Charges In Connection With Worker's Death
June 17
Global Financial Regulators Ratchet Up Fines Amid Falling Enforcement Numbers
June 17
World Entering ‘New Era' Of Global Crime, DOJ Official Says
June 17
Government Seeks $2 Million Penalty For Liechtenstein Trust With Swiss Account
June 17
Convicted Fraudster's Family Can't Recover Revoked Bail Due to Unexplained Actions
June 11
Citigroup Paid 2,500 Times More for FX Rigging Than It Made
June 11
Ex-Speaker Hastert Pleads Not Guilty in Hush-Money Case
June 11
Goldman Said to Be Nearing Settlement Exceeding $2 Billion for Mortgage Securities
June 11
Former President of Texas Hospital Gets 45 Years for $158 Million Fraud
June 11
President of N.J. Financial Services Firm Sentenced to 10 Years for Securities Fraud
June 11
California Man Sentenced to 10 Years For $5 Million ‘Reverse Life Insurance' Scam
June 11
Strategies for Addressing M&A Fraud Include Post-Merger Probes, Attorney Says
June 11
DOJ Wants Prison Time for Consultant In Super PAC Campaign Coordination Case
June 10
Juror No. 1's Lies Mean New Trial For Former Deutsche Bank Broker
June 10
Rajaratnam Cites Newman in New Trial Bid; Prosecutors Still Pondering Further Review
June 10
U.S. Undercover Tactics On Trial in Foreign Bribery Case
June 10
Mexican National Accused of Making Campaign Contributions Files for Dismissal
June 10
Extensive FBI Probe Centered on Buchanan Came Up Empty, Released Documents Show
June 10
Two Hawaii Residents Convicted Of Orchestrating $26 Million Fraud
June 10
Justices to Review Prosecutors' Power To Restrain Untainted, Substitute Assets
June 10
The Latest CEO-CFO Cyber Scam: How To Avoid It, And What to Do If You Have Been Hit
June 10
Tough Questions Aimed at Both Sides As 7th Cir. Hears Challenge to SEC Forum
June 10
Democrats Seek Hearing on Bid By Guilty Banks for Pension Waivers
June 10
Former Executives at Stanford Financial Fail to Upset 20-Year Prison Sentences
June 10
Former BP Executive Acquitted of Charges He Lied About Size of Gulf of Mexico Spill
June 9
Bank Tied to FIFA Scandal Has Drug Cartel, Regulatory History
June 9
Archer Daniels Midland Won't Be Deemed ‘Ineligible Issuer' Due to FCPA Settlement
June 9
Publicly Disclosed Swiss Bank Cases Only ‘Tip of Iceberg,’ DOJ Lawyer Says
June 9
Former City Council Member Gets Five Years for $2.4 Million Bribe
June 9
Foreign Anti-Bribery Actions Outstrip U.S. Enforcement Efforts
June 9
Swiss Bank Program Gaining Momentum, Yielding New Cases, DOJ Official Indicates
June 9
Va. Political Consultant Gets 2 Years in First Conviction for Illegal Campaign Coordination
June 17
DOJ Forms Special Crime Strike Force To Tackle Rising Crime With Bakken Boom
June 9
U.S. Alerted by Brazil Prosecutors Of Foreign Supplier Bribery Probe
June 3
Make No Mistake: The ‘New Normal' of Aggressive Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement Against Financial Institutions
June 3
AMC, Regal Are Questioned By DOJ in Cinema Antitrust Probe
June 3
Monitors Should Be More Transparent, Standardization Would Help, Report Finds
June 3
Man Known as ‘Dread Pirate Roberts' Gets Life Sentence for Silk Road Operation
June 2
Two Stock Promoters Admit To Roles in $17 Million Fraud
June 2
Bankers Should Be Punished For Financial Crimes, Fed Official Says
June 2
Third Madoff Employee Avoids Prison After Aiding U.S.
June 1
Offer From ‘Godfather of Leniency’ Rejected by Prosecutors in UBS Case
May 29
Societe Generale Unit, Other Banks Reach Accords With U.S. Authorities
May 29
Massey Energy Ordered to Pay For Defense Costs of Former CEO
May 29
Grassley Asks SEC to Explain How to Avoid Another Takeover Hoax
May 29
When a DPA is DOA: What the Increasing Judicial Disapproval Of Corporate DPAs Means for Corporate Resolutions With U.S. Government
May 28
U.S. Probes Banks’ Roles In FIFA Corruption Scandal
May 28
Credit Suisse ‘thankyou’ E-Mail to DOL Illuminates Path Following Conviction
May 28
Prosecutors Show They Can Hang Felonies on Big Banks: Now What?
May 28
The Options Trader's E-Mail That Helped Catch Barclays: ‘ISDAfix Is Manipulated’
May 28
Agencies Shift Cybersecurity ‘Approach' Toward Naming of Bad Actors, DOJ Says
May 28
UBS Shielded From DOJ Charges In Probe of Precious-Metals Trading
May 28
U.K.'s Barclays to Pay $515 Million To Settle Cases Alleging Benchmark Abuses
May 28
Six Banks Pay $5.8 Billion, Five Guilty of Market Rigging
May 27
Former Official at Houston Hospital Gets 40 Years for $158 Million Fraud
May 27
Ex-Madoff Controller Escapes Prison Over Role in $17.5 Billion Fraud Scheme
May 20
Doctor Can't Avoid Grand Jury's Subpoena In Kickback Investigation of Medical Practice
May 20
Cyberattacks Not Likely to Devastate U.S. Financial System, Lawmakers Told
May 20
DOJ Official Calls for Cyber Cooperation, Less Attention on ‘Wrong Type' of Risks
May 20
U.S. Supreme Court Declines Request To Review Wisconsin ‘John Doe’ Probe
May 19
Medicare Billing Fraud Wasn't Identity Theft Where Named Patients Actually Got Services
May 19
Charging Attorney Payment as Laundering Didn't Require Inquiry Into Potential Conflict
May 19
Prosecution May Prove Fraud Scheme With Misconduct Not Cited in Indictment
May 19
Criminal Pleas With Little Bite Herald New Era of ‘Guilty Lite’
May 19
2d Cir. Tosses Wiretap Lawsuit File by Wife of Ex-Galleon Trader
May 19
Shell's Provision of FCPA Probe Report To DOJ Wholly Protected, Texas Court Says
May 19
Criminal Banks Merit Tough Scrutiny Involving Waivers, Rep. Waters Tells SEC
May 19
Finter Bank Zurich Pays $5.4 Million In U.S. Tax Agreement Over Aiding Evasion
May 19
Clinic Employees Convicted for Roles In $50.7 Million Medicare Billing Fraud
May 19
Bill Would Require IRS to Notify Potential Victims, Law Enforcement About ID Thefts
May 19
Duke Energy Will Pay $102 Million For Coal Ash Issues at Five Facilities
May 15
Prosecutor Can't Avoid Naming Fraud Victim To Keep Victim From Making Forfeiture Claim
May 15
Proof of Conspiracy Requires More Than Knowledge Fees Were Paid With Drug Money
May 15
Tenet Says Four Hospitals Target Of Criminal Probe Over Kickbacks
May 15
Businessman Gets Prison For $10.5 Million Shell Game
May 15
Perella Weinberg's Managing Director Accused of Tipping Father to Merger Data
May 15
Chicago Man Sentenced on Violations Of Export Controls for Shipments to Pakistan
May 15
Undercover Investigations Increasingly Used For Health-Care Fraud, DOJ Official Indicates
May 15
DOJ Official Spells Out Criteria For Good Internal Investigations
May 15
U.S. Said to Be Set to Tear Up Accord With UBS on Libor and Seek Guilty Plea
May 14
Menendez Donor Denied Bail In Florida Medicare Fraud Case
May 14
BP Trader Put on Leave Amid Cartel Currency Probe
May 14
Judge Says Indicted California Senators Must Release Calendar Entries to Reporters
May 14
Guilty Plea by UBS in Libor Probe Seen Opening Door to Political Battle
May 14
Shell Worker Must Pay $19.3 Million For Role in Fuel Spill at Wisconsin Airport
May 14
District Judge Seeks More Information On HSBC Compliance With Trade Sanctions
May 13
Tippers in Martoma Insider Case Received Personal Benefit, DOJ Argues
May 13
Former New Stream Executives Get Prison Terms for Fraud Scheme
May 13
Getting Paid With Fees Subject to Forfeiture: What Is a Criminal Defense Attorney to Do?
May 13
Void-for-Fraud Clause of Insurance Contract Does Not Figure into Sentencing, Restitution
May 13
House Financial Services Panel Subpoenas Justice, Treasury, New York Federal Reserve
May 13
D.C. Panel Appears Skeptical of Ruling That KBR Waived Privilege During Probe
May 13
Russia, Africa Top Hot Spots For Global Corruption Risks
May 13
Convicted Fraudster's FOIA Bid Fails, With Court Calling Allegations ‘Misguided'
May 13
Virginia Governor Signs Bill Capping Gifts to Lawmakers at $100 Per Year
May 13
A Second Goldman ‘Secret Sauce’ Verdict, But Will it Suffer Same Fate as First Case?
May 6
N.Y. Senate Majority Leader Accused in Father-Son Bribe Plot
May 6
Tapes by Former Head of Massey May Come Back to Haunt Executive
May 6
DOJ Will Use Obama Executive Order, Laws To Protect Intellectual Property from Hacks
May 6
Former JPMorgan Employee Accused Of Stealing, Trying to Sell Customer Data
May 6
U.S. Attorney Fardon Hails Successes of Financial Crimes Unit
May 6
Stein Objects to ‘Ineligible Issuer’ Waiver For Deutsche Bank in Wake of Settlement
May 6
U.K. Banks in Currency-Rigging Probes Set Aside $1.7 Billion Through First Quarter
May 5
Restitution Formula for Mortgage Frauds Requires Tweaking for Downstream Lenders
May 5
Taint From Prior IRS Summonses Needed To Suppress Fruit of Grand Jury Subpoena
May 5
Fraud Conspiracy Does Not Include Overt Act Requirement
May 5
Spain Prosecutor Won't Appeal Ruling Denying Extradition in London Whale Case
May 5
Dangers From Using Trading Algorithms Highlighted by Group of Global Regulators
May 5
Why IRS Won't Tell Fraud Victims What Was Stolen by Identity Thieves
May 5
Lynch Urges Corporate Cooperation With Government to Battle Cybercrime
May 5
Former Top Exec at Foundry Networks Gets More Than Six Years for Leaking Tips
April 30
Ten Seldom Discussed Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Facts That You Need to Know
April 30
En Banc Ninth Circuit Vacates Barry Bonds's Obstruction Conviction
April 30
Bumble Bee Foods, Two Managers Face Charges Over Worker Death
April 30
Head of ‘Sham' California Law Firm Gets 12 Years for $13 Million Fraud
April 30
Former Analyst at Two Sigma Gets 10 Months for Data Theft
April 30
Washington State Auditor Accused Of Tax Evasion, Making False Statements
April 30
Subcontractors for True Religion Jeans Accused of Concealing $78 Million in Payroll
April 30
Former Exec for Contrarian Capital Gets Four Years for Embezzling $9M
April 30
Bipartisan Group Reintroduces Aaron's Law; Would Narrow CFAA Access Violation Scope
April 30
CFAA Penalties Would Double Under Proposed Senate Legislation
April 30
Deutsche Bank to Pay Record $2.5 Billion, Terminate Employees to Settle Libor Probes
April 28
Silver Traded Favors for Access To Private Funds, Prosecutors Contend
April 28
U.K. Trader Accused of Role In 2010 ‘Flash Crash' Arrested
April 28
Spain Rejects U.S. Extradition Of Banker in London Whale Case
April 28
Market Manipulation Complaints Are Common While Prosecutions Rare
April 28
Lynch Sworn in as U.S. Attorney General, Becoming First Black Woman to Hold Post
April 28
Lynch's Biggest Challenge As Holder Successor is Time
April 28
New York's Top Bank Regulator Lawsky Says He Won't Block Barclays, DOJ Deal
April 22
A Second Goldman ‘Secret Sauce’ Verdict, But Will it Suffer Same Fate as Federal Case
May 6
To Aid Corporate Compliance, DOJ To Be More Transparent in Resolutions
April 22
Ex-Chairman of Alternative Energy Company Accused of Manipulating Firm's Share Price
April 22
Government Must Pay Interest On Seized Funds Returned to Third Party
April 22
Ten-Year Prison Term Ordered for Operator Of Two Chicago Home Health-Care Companies
April 22
Grassley Wants Details of IRS Plans to Fix Computer Vulnerabilities to Foil Tax Fraud
April 22
EPA Inspector General Launches Probe Into Travel Credit Cards Used by Employees
April 22
Tougher Enforcement Might Spur Shift in Cartel Behavior, ABA Panel Says
April 22
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal By Ex-Goldman Director Gupta
April 21
Southern Union Doctrine Does Not Govern Restitution Award for Illegal Lobster Harvest
April 21
Security Companies Hire Hackers, Ex-Military to Fight Cyberattacks
April 21
Gullibility Said to Be Why Companies Keep Losing Battles Against Computer Hackers
April 21
Asset Forfeiture Reform Long Overdue, Senators, Witnesses Indicate at Hearing
April 21
Recent FCPA Enforcement Trends Include Broader Regulatory Scrutiny of Third Parties
April 21
Attacks Targeting Health-Care Data Growing Rapidly, FBI Official Indicates
April 21
New Jersey Companies, Owner Plead Guilty To Fraud, Conspiracy in Biofuels Credit Scam
April 21
Owner of Florida Home-Health Agency Gets More Than Nine Years for $32M Scam
April 21
Baer Tells ABA Conference DOJ Will Target Companies, Executives
April 21
Trader Accused of Spoofing Market Loses Bid to Have Indictment Tossed
April 17
Former Broker at JPMorgan Accused Of Stealing $20 Million From Clients
April 17
New York's Senate Leader Says He Will Cooperate With Any Inquiry
April 17
‘Political Intelligence’ Bill Set for Revival With Grassley in Position to Move Measure
April 17
Menendez Donor Seen Facing Pressure Following Filing of Additional Indictment
April 16
Julius Baer Likely Among Next Banks To Settle U.S. Tax Allegations, CEO Says
April 16
Criminal Charges Could Follow Former CSB Chairman's Congressional Testimony
April 16
Treasurer for D.C. Council Candidate Sentenced in Federal Corruption Probe
April 16
House Rejects Vote on Bill Disqualifying Tax Delinquents From Federal Employment
April 16
House Leaders, Ex-Lawmakers Back Renzi In High Court on Speech or Debate Clause
April 15
Swiss Banks Preach Transparency to Clients In Effort to Prove Compliance With U.S. Law
April 15
JPMorgan Algorithm Knows You Are A Rogue Employee Before You Do
April 15
Default Forfeiture Judgment Stemming From FCPA Case Stands
April 15
Lessons Learned From the Schlumberger Sanctions Settlement
April 15