JPMorgan Chase and a syndicate of major banks may proceed with their suit against the former general counsel and an in-house lawyer of Global Crossing Ltd., though a federal judge expressed strong do
A Manhattan federal judge has ruled that a bankrupt asbestos manufacturer may not pierce the attorney-client privilege to depose the plaintiffs lawyers it claims conspired to inundate it with spuriou
...very persuasive," Sand told Fleming. Paul Grand of Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Silberberg, who represented Timothy Rigas, sometimes jousted with the judge in...
After months of brutal negotiations involving hundreds of millions of dollars, John and Timothy Rigas, the father-and-son duo who controlled the cable giant Adelphia, are to be sentenced Monday for c
Adelphia Communications Corp. founder John J. Rigas and his son Timothy J. Rigas were convicted of securities fraud and bank fraud for the multibillion-dollar scandal that landed their company in ban
A case arising from one of the nation's largest insider trading schemes took an unusual turn when a federal appeals court overturned 81 of 84 guilty counts for three defendants charged with insider t
...and involvement with the justice system. Morvillo, of Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Silberberg, said Hartridge displayed bias toward Stewart and co-defendant Peter...
At the close of the prosecution's case against Martha Stewart, the trial judge expressed doubt that prosecutors produced enough evidence that Stewart intended to commit securities fraud by lying to i
As the investigation of Martha Stewart's stock sales gathered steam in the spring of 2002, Douglas Faneuil was a young man in trouble
...criminal liability under the securities laws. Morvillo and Tigue, of Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Silberberg, argued in their motions to dismiss that their client was...
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