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by Mary Jacoby | March 6th, 2015

Berg served as interim U.S. Attorney in Detroit from 2008 to 2010. As a staff attorney on an internal DOJ disciplinary review panel, he concluded that the failures in the botched 2008 Sen. Ted Stevens public corruption prosecution could not be pinned on low-level prosecutors alone.

by The New York Times | March 4th, 2015

City must reform or face federal lawsuit

by The Hill | March 4th, 2015

A Government Accountability Office report found the Justice Department failed to act quickly to resolve complaints of retaliation.

by The Washington Post | March 4th, 2015

But Feds Find Numerous Violations in Ferguson PD

by Josh Kovensky | March 2nd, 2015

Holder is promoting Mizer from a position as senior advisor to the Attorney General, where he dealt with issues related to constitutional law, national security, civil rights, civil litigation, antitrust law, as well as the Supreme Court.

by Marisa Iati | March 2nd, 2015

President Barack Obama, along with soul legend Aretha Franklin, paid tribute to the third-longest serving Attorney General as Holder’s official portrait was unveiled.

by Politico | March 2nd, 2015

The Senate will first address Department of Homeland Security funding, which has become a point of political contention in recent weeks.

by Above The Law | March 2nd, 2015

To acting on ‘House Of Cards’.

by Waco Herald-Tribune | March 2nd, 2015

Witnesses contacted about sexual misconduct allegations.

by Politico | February 27th, 2015

Outgoing AG wants lower standard for civil-rights offenses

by NBC News | February 26th, 2015

Lynch used ‘John Doe’ defendants 58 times

by Politico | February 26th, 2015

The next battle is on the Senate floor, where the federal prosecutor from Brooklyn is still expected to have enough GOP backing to be confirmed.

by The Charlotte Observer | February 26th, 2015

The law firm is linked to a Bank of America lawsuit that was one of Tompkins’s biggest cases.

by Josh Kovensky | February 25th, 2015

The former Associate Deputy Attorney General has been a partner in Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Field LLP’s New York office. He joins Deutsche Bank in April.

by Main Justice staff | February 25th, 2015

The Caplin & Drysdale member would succeed Kathryn Keneally, who left as the Tax Division chief in June to join DLA Piper.

by The Charlotte Observer | February 23rd, 2015

The Western District of North Carolina’s top federal prosecutor will leave in March.

by Mary Jacoby | February 23rd, 2015

Opinion: As Attorney General Eric Holder prepares to leave office amid a legacy of aggressive national security leak probes, what will he do about a leak that many suspect may have been authorized by the White House itself?

by The New York Times | February 23rd, 2015

Texas ruling blocking immigration executive action.

by Burlington Free Press | February 20th, 2015

The Burlington, Vt., lawyer is a principal at Sheehey, Furlong & Behm.

by CNN | December 1st, 2014

A painting, believed to be a Picasso, was allegedly gifted to Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) president and FIFA executive member Michel Platini in return for his support for the eventually successful Russian bid for the 2018 global showpiece.

by CNN | November 24th, 2014

Jose Socrates, who was detained late Friday, was due to appear before a judge for questioning on Saturday regarding an investigation of suspicious banking operations and money transfers, according to a statement from the prosecutor’s office.

by CNN | November 14th, 2014

FIFA said its investigation found no corruption and has no reason to reopen the bidding process.

by David Quinones | August 18th, 2014

A federal judge will be assigned to oversee the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings in a kleptocracy probe against the family of former South Korea president Chun Doo-hwan, but it is unclear how productive the proceedings will be.

by David Quinones | August 7th, 2014

Top Foreign Corrupt Practices Act defense lawyer Laurence Urgenson participated in a teleconference Thursday about international enforcement of anti-corruption laws.

by David Quinones | August 6th, 2014

But the increased reporting obligations could be daunting for already overburdened compliance professionals.

by David Quinones | June 11th, 2014

The EY Executive Director of Corporate Compliance on how Brazil’s new Clean Company Act is expected to play out and what it means for U.S. businesses.

by David Quinones | March 7th, 2014

Former and current DOJ Fraud Section Deputy Chiefs discuss the pros and cons of speeding up foreign bribery investigations.

by David Quinones | July 11th, 2013

Q&A with Jose Francisco Compagno about expected new civil liability for corporations.

by David Quinones | July 11th, 2013

For the first time, companies would be liable in civil courts for the criminally corrupt acts of their directors, officers, employees and agents.

by David Quinones | April 3rd, 2013

Director touts tech advances at Bank Secrecy Act monitoring agency.