To Wall Street, Jamie Dimon looks like the Teflon C.E.O.
The tentative deal does not release the bank from criminal liability for some of the mortgages it packaged into bonds and sold to investors.
Marcos Alonso Zea, also known as “Ali Zea,” was arrested at his home on charges of conspiracy to commit murder in a foreign country, attempting to provide material support to terrorists and obstruction and attempted obstruction of justice, the indictment says.
The department filed a notice of appeal to overturn a Sept. 17 order in which a federal judge cited “grotesque prosecutorial misconduct” in tossing the verdict.
Assistant U.S. Attorneys Matthew Coman and Richard Pickens left the courthouse without commenting,
Column: New York balances rights and safety.
Johnson is the former general counsel for the Defense Department who spearheaded the end of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law that barred gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military.
The move comes after an internal Justice Department debate in which Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. argued that there was no legal basis for a previous practice of not disclosing links to such surveillance.
At a recent panel discussion in Manhattan, U.S. District Judge Richard J. Sullivan said the U.S. Attorney’s office press releases had assumed a “tabloid” tone.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said special agent John Dodson could publish “The Unarmed Truth” with a few parts redacted to protect sensitive law enforcement information.
A group of 68 Democratic House members wrote to President Obama, urging the Justice Department to drop its lawsuit against the proposed merger of American Airline and US Airways.
The evidence is striking, column contends.
Michael Bromwich, a former Department of Justice Inspector General, will oversee the company’s antitrust policies and procedures for two years.
The state’s two Democratic senators, Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, will recommend qualified candidates to the president.
Could federal judge’s admirable candor have effect on whether such laws will continue to be upheld?
Victory especially notable because in a civil case, SEC doesn’t have to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
The Senate approved by unanimous consent Zachary Fardon’s nomination to replace Patrick Fitzgerald as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois.
How life sciences companies can use business data to improve compliance and reduce risk.
The leader of the Life Sciences Team in EY’s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services practice says business data already collected by pharmaceutical and medical device companies can be used to improve legal compliance.
A Symantec customer says she points to numerous misstatements the company made while selling products with compromised codes.
JPMorgan Chase made a groundbreaking admission of wrongdoing to settle an investigation into market manipulation involving the bank’s multibillion-dollar trading loss in London, underscoring how far the bank was willing to go to put the blunder behind it.
Shireen Becker worked previously as the health care fraud coordinator in the criminal division of the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Southern District of California.
The bank has preliminarily reached a rare agreement to admit that the trading blowup itself represented reckless behavior.
The suit’s main question depends on the individual experiences, judge says.
The credit rating company said it served subpoenas on the board of governors of the Federal Reserve to bolster its defense against U.S. claims it misled investors in mortgage-backed securities.
Walt Green stepped in as acting U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Louisiana following the departure in June of Donald J. Cazayoux Jr.
Attorneys for the airlines said Monday they won’t appeal a special master’s ruling that denied their request for documents and names that the carriers had demanded from the Department of Justice.
Patricia Davis, former Assistant Director of the Justice Department’s Civil Frauds Section, works as counsel in GeyerGorey’s Washington, D.C. office.
Sequester and government shutdown’s impact on our constitutional obligation to do justice.
Column: JPMorgan announces rare quarterly loss, thanks entirely to all that law-breaking stuff.
"He certainly comes at the law from a prosecutor's perspective." -- William Yeomans on DOJ official Roy Austin, the leading candidate to head ICE.