NEW YORK One of the last remaining cases stemming from the bankruptcy of Houston-based commodities giant Enron Corp. will go back to the New York federal court where it was initially filed in 2002. According to court documents, the change in venue ... The Southeast Texas Record, 1 week ago
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By (CN) - In a new federal complaint over visa benefits meant to attract foreign scientists, a group of U.S. technology workers says the Department of Homeland Security exceeded its authority. The suit in D.C. actually marks the second ...Courthouse News Service, 1 week ago
WASHINGTON Franklin Giovanni Torres, 33, of Washington, D.C., has been sentenced to 21 years in prison on child pornography and sexual abuse charges involving a teenage boy, U.S. Attorney Channing D. Phillips, Paul M. Abbate, Assistant Director in ...United States Department of Justice, 2 weeks ago
By Jacklyn Wille May 23 —An appellate court must reconsider its decision upholding Verizon Communications Inc.'s decision to de-risk and remove 41,000 retirees from its pension plan by transferring billions of dollars in plan obligations to a ...Bloomberg BNA, 1 month ago
By WASHINGTON (CN) — A lawsuit filed by two dozen Veterans' Affairs police officers who objected to the secret installation of surveillance equipment in work areas will move forward, a federal judge ruled. U.S. District Judge Ellen Segal ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
WASHINGTON -- When Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland introduced himself to the country in a Rose Garden address in March, he told the story of one of his first assignments as a federal prosecutor. Garland described how, in the late 1980s, he ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Identity theft is a raging problem but at least some scammers are getting their comeuppance. The Department of Justice today touted that one scammer got four years in prison for his part in a $4.4 million fraudulent federal income tax return ...NetworkWorld, 1 month ago Maryland Man Sentenced to Prison for Role in Massive Identity Theft and Tax Fraud Scheme United States Department of Justice, 1 month ago
By , A federal judge sentenced a former D.C. juvenile justice worker to four years in prison Tuesday for helping steal at least $2.4 million in fraudulent federal income tax refunds by giving an identity-theft ring personal information about 645 ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
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