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AAG Leslie R. Caldwell Headlines Conference to Fight Cybercrime (Speech)

Cinnaminson, NJ- Assistant Attorney General, Leslie R. Caldwell, spearheads Criminal Division’s efforts to re-strategize ways to investigate and combat cybercrime. A wholly international, and extremely passive, realm of crime, Caldwell advocates for cooperation from all fields- researchers, officials, officers, and more- to best protect Americans from cybercrime.

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Nashville Firm, CEO Alleged to Have Fraudulently Collected Extra Fees from Hedge Funds

Cinnaminson, NJ- Nashville-based Hope Advisors Inc. and CEO, Karen Bruton, facing allegations of fraudulent fee collection per SEC. Although no conviction has been made, the company is currently facing a freezing of $7 million in assets while investigation ensues.  The original article is reproduced below with its

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Deloitte Consulting LLP to Pay $11.38 Million in Damages for Contract Negligence

Cinnaminson, NJ–  New York-based consulting firm, Deloitte, has agreed to pay $11.38 million in reparations for failure to lower its prices per General Service Administration (GSA) contracting, costing government consumers millions from 2006-2012. The article is reproduced below with the original link following.   Deloitte Consulting LLP

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Three Navy Officers Indicted Following Multi-Year Bribery Scheme

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SEC Whistleblower Program Continues, Rewards Two Individuals $450,000

Cinnaminson, NJ- The SEC has continued to demonstrate its power in its new whistleblower program, rewarding two whistleblowers with $450,000 jointly. The third SEC whistleblower award this month, this payout follows a multi-million dollar settlement just last week, illustrating the SEC’s conviction in protecting, encouraging, and rewarding

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Hitachi Chemical Plea Agreement Part 1- Robert Connolly

Hitachi Chemical Plea Agreement: Part 1—Enhancement of Compliance Program as a Condition of Probation

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SEC Awards Over $5 Million to Whistleblower, Provides Anonymity

Cinnaminson, NJ- The Security and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) whistleblower program continues to build momentum, awarding its third-highest whistleblower payment ($5-6 million) as well as censoring his/her identity and former employer.  The subsequent article is reproduced below, with original link following.     SEC Awards More Than $5

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Former Government Official Pleads Guilty to Bribery of $15,000 for Awarded Work

Cinnaminson, NJ- Ex-government contractor pleads guilty to bribing two public officials for work his company contracted for the General Service Administration (GSA). Moustafa, Ahmed, Ibrahim, 37, bribed two building managers in the Washington, D.C. metro area for over $200,000 in awarded construction and maintenance work. Ibrahim’s hearing

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Corning International Kabushiki Kaisha Facing $66 million in Fines for Market Fixation

Corning International Kabushiki Kaisha (“Corning International KK”), based in Tokyo, has been charged with participation in a twelve-year-long conspiracy to rig bids, fix prices, and allocate sales of ceramic substrates used in the manufacture of catalytic converters.  Corning International KK has agreed to plead guilty, to cooperate

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