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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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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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Connecticut Ex-Gov. Rowland Sentenced To Jail Again on Campaign Finance Charges
March 19
Sen. Menendez Said to Face U.S. Corruption Charges Soon
March 19
Court Approves Multiple Conspiracy Counts For Alleged Violation of Iran Export Controls
March 19
Fifth Circuit: Process Matters In Health-Care Conviction Appeal
March 19
Rep. Schock Announces Resignation Following Questions About Reimbursements
March 18
Stealing Trade Secrets and Confidential Information With Computers—Time to Resolve the Lingering Circuit Split
March 18
Taiwanese Man Sentenced for Conspiring To Send Illegal Equipment to North Korea
March 18
Several Actions Combined to Equal Sophisticated Means, Eighth Circuit Says
March 18
Two California Residents Convicted In $50 Million Health Insurance Fraud
March 18
U.S. Said to Open Settlement Negotiations For Currency Manipulation at $1B a Bank
March 17
U.S. Prepared to Charge Banks For Violating Old Settlement Deals
March 17
Ackman, Herbalife Probe Said To Include Outside Consultant
March 17
Practitioners Lukewarm on Changes To Sentencing Guidelines for Frauds
March 17
Exide to Avoid Criminal Prosecution, Agrees to Close Southern California Unit
March 17
DOJ Official Spells Out Effective Compliance For Institutions to Thwart AML, Other Crimes
March 17
Ex-JPMorgan Banker Tells Madrid Court He's Innocent
March 17
Italian Shipper Penalized $2.75 Million For Falsifying Oil-Record Book on Vessels
March 17
Former NFL Punter, Two Others Get Prison Terms for $36M Scheme
March 17
Former Trader for RBS Securities Admits to Multimillion-Dollar Fraud
March 17
Commerzbank to Pay $1.45 Billion To Resolve Multiple U.S. Claims
March 16
‘Seaman's Manslaughter' Provision Doesn't Reach Conduct of BP Rig Workers
March 16
Accused Russian Hacker Nabbed By U.S. Agents While on Holiday
March 16
McNeil Enters Guilty Plea, Will Pay $20M Over Adulterated Children's Tylenol, Motrin
March 16
He Went from Speak No Evil On U.S. Markets to Harsh Critic
March 16
Most Big Law Firms Have Been Breached, As Hackers Seek Corporate Client Secrets
March 16
DOJ, CommerceWest Bank Reach Accord Deferring Criminal Action on Account Debits
March 16
Two Senators Introduce Measure To Define Insider-Trading Violations
March 16
U.S. Alleges That Andorran Bank Was Used as Money-Laundering Tool
March 16
Lumber Liquidators Faces Two State Probes After Claims Concerning Imported Flooring
March 16
Lew Says Need for Regulation Of High-Frequency Trading Unclear
March 16
Argentine Judge Seeks SEC Help in Probe Into Alleged $47 Million Bribe Paid by BP
March 16
Ex-Goldman Director Gupta Says Insider Conviction Should Be Tossed
March 11
Court Upholds Executive's Conviction Despite Decision From Second Circuit
March 11
DOJ: Inflation Adjustment in Sentencing Would Be Inappropriate in Some Tax Cases
March 11
Hunt for Offshore Tax Evaders Intensifying, ‘Time Is of the Essence,' DOJ Official Says
March 11
Akamai Initiates Internal Probe Involving Overseas Sales Practices
March 11
Banks Changing Apple Pay Procedures Following Issues of Fraud, Consultants Say
March 11
Former New York City Council Member Sentenced to 10 Years in Bribery Case
March 6
Forfeiture Still Available to Government In Case Against Megaupload Defendants
March 6
Co-Owners of Tech Startup Company Accused of Fraud Over EV Charging Stations
March 6
Insider Trading Study Reveals Authorities’ Blind Spot for Spinoffs
March 6
Former Manager of Alaska Mine Admits to Making Illegal Discharges
March 6
Oklahoma-Based Oil Rig Operator Must Pay $3 Million for CWA Violation
March 6
Bank of America's Countrywide Accord Fully Approved by New York Appeals Court
March 6
Teenager's Death Results in 15-Year Term For Owner of Florida Tree Trimming Service
March 5
Former Speaker of Rhode Island House Admits to Wire Fraud, Bribery, Tax Fraud
March 4
Barclays ‘Last Look’ at Currency Trades Is Said to Face Justice Department Review
March 4
South Carolina Man Gets 41 Months For Role in $228 Tax Refund Scam
March 4
UBS Whistle-Blower Birkenfeld Says Bank Has ‘Global’ Issue With Tax Evaders
March 4
Two Sentenced to Six Years in Prison For Participating in $63M Billing Scam
March 4
U.S. Sentencing Commission Holds Hearing On Proposed Sentencing Guideline Changes
March 17
Owner of Nursing Agency Sentenced To 92 Months in Prison for Medicare Scam
March 4
IRS Says Identity Theft Investigations Yielding More Sentences, Longer Prison Time
March 4
Lynch Gets Past Judiciary Panel By 12-8 Vote Despite Infighting
March 4
FCPA Violations Involving Pharmaceuticals Come in Three Flavors, SEC's Ceresney Says
March 4
Rep. Lynch Introduces House Bill To Codify Ban on Insider Trading
March 3
Acceptance-of-Responsibility Reduction Isn't Forfeited by Post-Plea Challenge to PSR
March 3
Hedge Fund Founder Sues Prosecutors; FBI Warrant in 2010 Searches Unsealed
March 3
Barclays Takes $1.2 Billion Charge To Cover Currency-Rigging Probes
March 3
Owner of California Slaughterhouse Admits To Role in Selling Meat From Diseased Cows
March 3
SEC Internal-Controls Cases Show ‘Sea Change’ in FCPA Enforcement
March 3
Wylys Must Pay $300 Million In SEC Lawsuit Over Secret Accounts
March 3
DOJ's New Fraud Chief to Enforce Laws He Was Paid Millions of Dollars to Blunt
February 27
RBS Said to Have Suspended Top Official in Currency Inquiry
February 27
Justice Department Seeking Information On FHA-Backed Loans, BB&T Reports
February 27
New York Senate Passes Bills Cracking Down on Cybercrimes
February 27
House Panel Considers ‘Fair Pay' Order, Potential ‘Blacklisting' Effect on Contractors
February 27
Speakers Offer Several Important Tips To Keep Privilege in Internal Investigations
February 27
Cooperator in Galleon, SAC Insider Probes Spared Prison for ‘Extraordinary' Assistance
February 26
Morgan Stanley Reaches $2.6 Billion Deal To End Mortgage-Backed Securities Probes
February 26
MetLife to Pay $123.5 Million In Fraud Probe at Ex-Lending Unit
February 26
Citigroup Says Treasury, State Officials Are Probing Money-Laundering Controls
February 26
Lawsky's Focus on Financial Crimes Could Make Executives Personally Liable
February 26
Tossing Fish Overboard Isn't Violation Of Criminal Provision of Sarbanes–Oxley Act
February 25
Ex-Analyst for Quantitative Fund Pleads Guilty to Stealing Software
February 25
Guidance, Definitions for Streamlined OVDP Won't Be Addressed by IRS, Official Indicates
February 25
U.S. Offering Up to $3 Million Reward For Help With Capturing ‘Cyberfugitive'
February 25
FBI Says It Is Close to Discovering Hackers in Anthem Health-Care Data Theft
February 25
Goodyear Agrees to Pay $16 Million To Settle FCPA Allegations From SEC
February 25
Members of Condo Association Were ‘Victims' of Defendant's Fraud
February 25
DOJ Reviewing Investigative Approach To Complex, White Collar Cases, Official Says
February 25
Penalties Loom for Mismanaged Soccer Body; Talks With Internal Revenue Service Continue
February 25
Obama Nominates Cono Namorato For Position of Top Tax Prosecutor
February 25
Founder of Seattle Coal Company Gets Five Years for False Disclosures
February 25
Banks Said to Face U.S. Probe Over Manipulation of Metals Pricing
February 24
Chiasson Contends There Is No Basis To Rehear Landmark Insider Decision
February 24
Former Executive for Oppenheimer Admits To Fraud That Torpedoed Insurance Company
February 24
Justices Turn Back Cert Petitions By Inside Trader, Convicted Fraudster
February 24
Chief Executive, Pharmacist Plead Guilty To Rebranding, Restocking Used Medications
February 24
Las Vegas Man Gets Five Years in Prison For Duping Owners Out of Millions of Dollars
February 24
Biotech Firm CEO Pleads Guilty To Making Fraudulent Transfers
February 24
Panelists Comment on Recent Developments In Insider Trading From Newman Decision
February 24
Former First Lady of Virginia Gets Prison Term for Corruption
February 23
Duke Energy to Pay $100 Million to Resolve Criminal Charges in Dan River Coal Ash Spill
February 23
Expect Feds to Poke Around Internal Controls Looking for Crimes, Says Former Prosecutor
February 23
Former New York Speaker Silver Indicted on Corruption Charges
February 20
Member of Copyright Piracy Conspiracy Sentenced to One Year, One Day in Prison
February 20
Face-to-Face Interactions Can Support ‘Mass Marketing’ Enhancement for Frauds
February 20
Prosecutors Fire Back at Challenge To Anti-Spoofing, Futures Fraud Laws
February 20
Wegelin Bankers Face New Charges Of Obstructing IRS in U.S. Tax Probe
February 20
Deadline for Grand Jury Approaches In Case Against Ex-N.Y Assembly Speaker
February 19
Big Brother's New Friends: Implications for Corporate Investigations Involving the DOJ's Increasing Cooperation with Foreign Governments
February 19
Former Investment Manager Denies He Lied During SEC Insider Investigation
February 19
Ex-Wells Fargo Broker, Co-Conspirators See Prison Terms for Roles in $11M Scheme
February 19
Claims Barclays Made Misstatements About Dark Pools Covered by Martin Act
February 19
First Criminal Case of Illegal Coordination Results in Guilty Plea by Political Operative
February 18
UBS Currency-Product Sales Probed by Justice Department
February 18
California Senator Again Puts Forth Bill To Require Warrants for Electronic Data
February 18
DOJ Weighing Action Against Individuals in RMBS Investigation
February 18
HSBC Chief Says Bank Didn't Meet Standards of Conduct in Fostering Evasion
February 18
UBS Client Claims V10 Currency Product Probed by U.S. Was Pushed, Caused Losses
February 18
Ex-Goldman Sachs Programmer Sues FBI Agents Who Arrested Him
February 18
Oregon Governor Kitzhaber Quits In Scandal Over Fiancee's Activities
February 18
Man Who Claimed to Be CEO Accused of Defrauding Investors
February 18
Three Tax Protesters in Colorado Sentenced for $24M in Refund Scheme
February 18
Ex-Merck Analyst to Plead Guilty In Insider Case Involving Merger Tips
February 18
Fraud Involved ‘Sophisticated Means’ In Scheme Involving Kickbacks to Patients
February 18
11th Circuit Clarifies FCPA Exemption For Low-Level, Ministerial ‘Grease Payments'
February 17
Has the Legal Threshold for ‘Willful Blindness' Really Changed Since Global-Tech?
February 17
Two California Businessmen Sentenced For Roles in $21 Movie Investment Scheme
February 17
Teva Says It Probably Violated U.S. Foreign Corruption Law
February 17
7th Cir. Affirms Physician's Conviction For Home Health Referral Kickbacks
February 17
Lawsky Says Bank Probe Focusing On ‘Last Look' in Currency Trade
February 17
FBI Said to Be Investigating TurboTax Data Breach, False Returns
February 17
DOJ Reportedly Pushing Four Banks To Plead Guilty in Currency-Rigging Probe
February 11
Revelation of Swiss Account Details Unsettling for HSBC Chief Executive
February 11
‘Personal Benefit’ Issues Don't Afford Basis for Rehearing, Former Fund Exec Says
February 11
HSBC Bank List Shows Putin Allies, Drug Lords Utilized Swiss Tax Secrecy
February 11
Switzerland to Dismantle Bank Secrecy, Adopt Changes to Corporate Tax Policies
February 11
Spain Prosecutor Said to Back Extradition for Former JPMorgan Banker
February 11
Former California State Senator Denies New Money Laundering Charges
February 11
Ex-SAC Fund Manager Avoids Prison After Helping Prosecutors in Insider Probe
February 10
Former N.Y. Senate Majority Leader Convicted in Mayoral Race Bribe Case
February 10
UBS Under New U.S. Tax Evasion Probe For Alleged Use of Securities to Assist Clients
February 10
Swiss Banks See Progress in Talks On U.S. Leniency Over Tax Evasion
February 10
Anthem Hacking Attack Breach Probed by New York, Other States
February 10
Top Prosecutor Says Wall Street Hasn't Ducked Crisis-Era Probes
February 10
Grassley-Reed Bill Would Bar Deductions For Non-Government Corporate Settlements
February 10
Home Health Owner, Recruiter Sentenced For $6.2 Million Medicare Scam in Miami
February 10
Founder of Silk Road Online Bazaar Faces Life in Prison Following Conviction
February 5
California Woman Gets More Than 12 Years For Orchestrating $24 Million Ponzi Scheme
February 5
Owners, Managers of Salvage Company Get Prison Terms for Asbestos Violations
February 5
Guilty Pleas of IBM Insiders Tossed; Government Says It Will Drop Charges
January 30
New York Assembly Speaker Silver Accused of 15-Year Kickback Scheme
January 29
There Is No Unconditional-Gift Defense To Making Conduit Campaign Contributions
January 29
Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program To Remain Open Indefinitely, IRS Says
January 29
Antitrust Division Reports Over $1.8 Billion In Fines, Penalties Collected During FY 2014
January 29
New Bloomberg Global Poll Finds Retaliation For Cyberattacks Seen as Government's Job
January 29
Corporate Counsel May Speak To Agency Investigating Client
January 29
Barefoot Dasher Sentenced For Trading on Press Releases
January 28
Two California Businessmen Admit To Running $100 Million ATM Ponzi Scheme
January 28
Former Virginia Governor McDonnell Wins Bid to Remain Free During Appeal
January 27
U.S. Focuses on Personal Benefit In Bid for Rehearing of Insider Ruling
January 27
3rd Circuit Upholds Application Of U.S. Securities Law to Foreign Entity
January 27
Barclays, Not Traders, Is First Target Of Schneiderman's High-Frequency Probe
January 27
Bitcoin Exchange Operator Tied To ‘Silk Road' Site Gets 4 Years
January 22
White Collar Crime and Securities Enforcement: 2014 in Review
January 22
Prosecutors Sanctioned in Stevens Case Win Second Round Before Personnel Board
January 21
Connecticut Businessman Pleads Guilty To Hiding Up to $8.4 Million From IRS
January 21
DOJ Rethinks Corporate Cooperation, Urges Timely, Full Disclosure on Crimes
January 21
Foreign Investigators' Warrantless Search Permits Warrantless Search by U.S. Agents
January 20
Collateral Estoppel After Mixed Verdict Doesn't Make Retrial Jeopardy-Barred
January 20
Ex-Citadel Employee Sentenced To Three Years for Data Theft
January 20
Chicago Scrap Metal Company Fined $2.1 Million for Tax Fraud
January 20
JPMorgan Asked by States For More Detail on Data Breach
January 20
Prosecutors Challenge Landmark Decision On Insider Trading as ‘Dramatically' Wrong
January 14
IRS Won't Take Streamlined OVDP Requests Without Detailed Explanations, Forms Say
January 14
Anti-Bribery Trends in 2015 to Include Continuing SEC Aggressiveness, Panelists Say
January 14
Law Firm Can't Be Ordered To Give Up Client's Mobile Phone
January 14
S&P Said Near $1 Billion Mortgage Ratings Settlement
January 14
Physician Owners of Mental Health Clinic Sentenced in $97M Medicare Fraud Scheme
January 14
Sentencing Commission Proposes Revisions To Guideline for Fraud-on-the-Market Crimes
January 13
Discussing Second Cir. Insider Case, Winning Attorneys Weigh Possible Effects
January 13
Doctor's Kickback Scheme Abused Position of Trust, Third Circuit Says
January 13
Honda Fined Record $70 Million For Underreporting Safety Issues
January 13
Sony Hack Prompts U.S. to Review Government Role in Company Security
January 13
White House Calls on New Senate To Confirm Lynch Before Presidents' Day
January 13
Andrew Weissmann Tapped As DOJ Fraud Section Chief
January 13
Japanese Freight Firm Will Plead Guilty To Cartel Effecting Roll-on, Roll-off Cargo
January 13
Ex-Employee for Shell Admits to Violations Of Safety Laws Stemming From Jet Fuel Spill
January 13
Cooperation Lets Ex-Compliance Chief Avoid Prison Term in $554 Million Fraud
January 12
Defense Has Right to Advance Notice Where Guidelines Departure Isn't Foreseeable
January 12
Defendant's Business Background Doesn't Cure Failure to Explain Charge
January 12
FBI Investigating Campaign Loans For Kansas Governor's Re-Election
January 12
Lawsky Said to Probe Medley Fund Over Investments in Payday Lenders
January 12
Biotech Firm's Founder Said Probed Regarding Possible Securities Violations
January 8
New House Rules Could Hamper Probes By Ethics Office, Watchdog Groups Fear
January 8
Former Virginia Governor McDonnell Sentenced to Two Years for Corruption
January 7
Russian National Charged in U.S. With Paying Bribes to London Bank
January 7
Morgan Stanley Is Said to Be Near Mortgage-Bond Settlement With U.S.
January 7
RBS Said to Be Nearing Settlement Of MBS Probe as Early as First Quarter
January 7
Ex-Willkie Partner Accused Of Fleecing Two Law Firms
January 7