A Mississippi judge has issued a scathing, 123-page ruling citing new evidence that Eaton Corporation and its lawyers knew more than they have admitted about attempts to influence a previous judge, a
... Jointly enforced by the U.S. Department of Justice's crime fraud division and the Securities and Exchange Commission, the FCPA prohibits corrupt...
... Jointly enforced by the U.S. Department of Justice's Crime Fraud Division and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the FCPA...
Lawyers are supposed to be zealous advocates. But the trial of Lauren Stevens demonstrated that in-house lawyers and prosecutors sometimes go too far
When the U.S. Department of Justice charged former in-house lawyer Lauren Stevens with six felonies, it aimed to send a clear message that no one should lie to federal investigators ? including lawye
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When the U.S. Department of Justice charged former in-house lawyer Lauren Stevens with six felonies, it aimed to send a clear message that no one should lie to federal investigators-including lawyers
When the DOJ charged former GlaxoSmithKline in-house lawyer Lauren Stevens with six felonies, it aimed to send a message that no one should lie to federal investigators. But the short and bitter tria
The federal judge presiding over the Lauren Stevens trial said it would have been a "miscarriage of justice" to allow the case to go forward. Stevens "should be permitted to resume her career,? he ad
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A federal judge on Tuesday acquitted Lauren Stevens, the indicted former in-house lawyer for GlaxoSmithKline, of six criminal charges that she obstructed a federal investigation and made false statem
On March 17 the U.S. District Court for Central California appeared to put an end to Dimitrios Biller's long-running dispute against his former employer, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., Inc., when Judge G
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