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Former senior DOJ fraud section official jumps to Katten Muchin

Former senior DOJ fraud section official jumps to Katten Muchin

13 September 2017

William Pericak, a former federal prosecutor who led the US Department of Justice's Deepwater Horizon task force, has joined Katten Muchin Rosenman as a partner in the firm's Washington, DC office, the firm announced on 12 September.

Clifford Chance nabs ex-Katten Muchin lawyers and BAE in-house counsel

Clifford Chance nabs ex-Katten Muchin lawyers and BAE in-house counsel

07 September 2017

Three white-collar defence lawyers, including the former deputy general counsel of the US Department of Commerce, have moved to Clifford Chance in Washington, DC.

San Francisco Prosecutor joins Covington & Burling's White Collar Practice

25 February 2015

W. Douglas Sprague has joined the firm's Litigation and White Collar Criminal Defense & Investigations practice groups after 11 years in the U.S. Attorney's office in the Northern District of California.

Judge Says Cooperation Doesn't Exempt CCI Defendants from Confinement

10 April 2013

Richard Morlok and Mario Covino were each sentenced March 11 to home confinement and probation. Cooperating defendant Flavio Ricotti, who previously spent nearly 11 months in federal custody, was sentenced to time served on March 18.

CCI Cooperators Shown Leniency With Probation, Fines

11 March 2013

CCI Cooperators Shown Leniency With Probation, Fines

Former CCI Exec Morlok Seeks Probation, No Fine

25 February 2013

CCI's Former Finance Director Richard Morlok was an early whistleblower who made the government's entire case possible, defense lawyers say.

Asset Freezes Mean Headaches for Third-Party Banks

07 January 2013

Once associated mostly with drug rings, asset freezes and forfeitures are stirring concern in the foreign bribery realm.

U.S. Seeks 6 Months for CCI Defendant's Taiwan Bribery

15 October 2012

Prosecutors want Hong "Rose" Carson, the former China and Taiwan sales director of Control Components Inc., to serve six months of home confinement and pay a $20,000 fine for authorizing bribery in Taiwan.

Panalpina FCPA Probe Has Spread to Other Big Shippers

04 February 2011

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