UBS Asks To Shield Docs In GE Bid-Rigging Probe

Law360, New York (April 9, 2012, 1:32 PM EDT) -- UBS AG, intervening in a criminal bid-rigging case against General Electric Co. executives, asked a New York federal judge on Friday to block the government from using certain evidence that it said violates the bank's attorney-client privilege.

UBS requested that prosecutors not be allowed to review or disclose portions of two FBI 302 memoranda summarizing statements by former UBS employee and government informant Mark Zaino, made as part of the government's investigation of the bid-rigging case, that reveal the substance of privileged communications between UBS employees...
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USA v. Carollo et al

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New York Southern

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July 27, 2010

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