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  • September 18, 2018

    Consultant Gets 4 Years For Kickback Scheme At NJ Agency

    A New Jersey federal judge on Tuesday slammed a political consultant with a four-year prison term for her role in a kickback scheme at a defunct Newark water agency, saying she was part of the “inner circle of this tremendous fraud" that ultimately brought down the organization.

  • September 18, 2018

    Christie Critic Seeks To Revive GWB Scandal Complaint

    Counsel for an activist urged a New Jersey state appellate panel Tuesday to revive his criminal complaint accusing former Gov. Chris Christie of official misconduct over an alleged scheme to reduce local access lanes to the George Washington Bridge for political revenge, saying the prosecutors who dismissed the case had a conflict of interest.

  • September 18, 2018

    Md. Biz Owner Gets 1 Year For Taking From Co.'s 401(k) Plan

    The owner of a Maryland-based company that provided information technology and administrative support to the federal government will serve a year and a day in prison for stealing money from his company’s 401(k) plan, the Employee Benefits Security Administration announced Monday.

  • September 18, 2018

    NJ Man Can't Get Lab Tech Names In $1M Medicare Fraud Row

    A New Jersey federal judge refused to order the government to turn over a list of medical laboratory technicians who are witnesses in a $1 million Medicare fraud case against a lab salesman, siding Tuesday with the government's argument that the request was “entirely inappropriate.”

  • September 18, 2018

    US Loses Bid To DQ Orrick In Fitbit Trade Secrets Case

    A California federal judge on Tuesday denied a request from the government to disqualify Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP from representing an ex-Fitbit Inc. employee accused of stealing trade secrets from a prior employer, since her co-defendants — whom the firm previously represented — said they didn't mind her keeping the firm as counsel.

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