Ex-Foot Locker Exec Wants No Prison In $18M Fraud Scheme

Law360, New York (September 28, 2015, 10:17 PM EDT) -- A former Foot Locker executive is asking for leniency as she faces sentencing in New York federal court in connection with charges that a supplier bribed her to approve false bills, saying Monday she was responsible for very little of the total wrongdoing in the $18 million scheme.

Former Foot Locker Inc. in-store-marketing director Kathleen Smith was one of two people who admitted in Manhattan federal court in May to conspiracy charges stemming from what authorities characterized as an $18 million bank-fraud and kickback scheme hatched...
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