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A Walter Investment Management Corp. investor sued the mortgage lender’s board of directors in Pennsylvania federal court on Thursday over allegations they knew about but did not disclose the company’s weak internal controls and involvement in potentially fraudulent practices.
A suburban Philadelphia businessman and star government witness in the federal corruption case against Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams conceded under cross-examination Friday that several years of lavish gifts to his “friend” yielded no relief on his most pressing problems.
The politically connected head of a Philadelphia nonprofit mental health clinic was convicted on federal charges on Friday for misappropriating what prosecutors claim may have been up to $1 million in funds from the facility.
Reed Smith LLP has added former shareholder with the boutique employment firm Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak & Stewart PC as a partner with the firm’s Labor and Employment practice in its Pittsburgh office.
The Philadelphia judge who presided over the trial of abortion doctor and convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell filed suit on Thursday alleging that he was defamed in a new book about the case, which cast him as a member of the city’s “liberal corrupt government.”