CORRECTED: Conrad Black Ordered To Pay $4.1M Fine

Law360, New York (August 15, 2013, 4:10 PM EDT) -- Conrad Black, the contentious former head of Hollinger International, was ordered Thursday to pay $4.1 million in restitution and barred from serving as director of any public U.S. company as part of his settlement deal with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

This ends the long-running civil case against Black, who spent 3 1/2 years in U.S. prison for fraud and obstruction of justice and has since returned to Canada. The former newspaper publisher was forced to place $6.1 million into the court registry while he pursued...
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Case Title

SEC v. Black, et al


Case Number

1:04-cv-07377

Court

Illinois Northern

Nature of Suit

850(Securities/Commodities)

Judge

Honorable William T. Hart

Date Filed

November 15, 2004

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