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An ex-Goldman Sachs Group Inc. vice president’s long fight for corporate officer legal fee rights flamed out again Friday with the Delaware Supreme Court's refusal to overturn an earlier rejection of claims that commercial bank VPs are due board-level benefits.
A former attorney pled guilty on Friday in Connecticut federal court to a money laundering charge stemming from his time posing as securities counsel to companies at the center of pump-and-dump schemes, prosecutors announced.
The combination of President Donald Trump's pro-business stance and presumptive Attorney General Jeff Sessions' views on criminal enforcement could make for a more predictable but less forgiving Justice Department that relies less on deferred charges and more on a black-and-white assessment of culpability, former government attorneys say.
Broad and Cassel LLP has bolstered its bankruptcy practice group with the addition of a new partner who served as the liquidating trustee in the then-fifth-largest cruise line’s Chapter 11 case and litigated recovery efforts for a former University of Miami booster’s $930 million Ponzi scheme.
A former employee of a proxy advisory firm was sentenced by a Massachusetts federal judge Friday to probation for selling shareholder information in exchange for concert and sporting events tickets.