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Putting an end to corruption
Management TodayNovember 1, 2011

'It's surprisingly common in international construction contracts, but a kind of bribery. These "sponsors" are often connected to the ruling elite and you're expected to pay them a retainer to make "connections".' Darby declined and didn't get the ...more »

Bankruptcy judge rejects competing reorganization plans in Tribune Co. case
Washington PostNovember 1, 2011

s plan to emerge from bankruptcy protection, along with a rival plan from dissident creditors. Judge Kevin Carey said in a 126-page ruling that he may appoint a trustee to help end the 3-year-old case if the media conglomerate cannot come up with an ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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City Council schedules ward remap hearings
Chicago TribuneNovember 1, 2011

The law says the city must approve a new map by Dec. 1, but aldermen can agree to do it later in the month, as they did 10 years ago, city officials said. If any group of 10 or more aldermen proposes an alternate map, the proposals go to referendum. ...more »

Investigations
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FirstPlus Financial Hit by Mob Takeover, Prosecutors Say
San Francisco ChronicleNovember 1, 2011

1 (Bloomberg) -- FirstPlus Financial Group Inc., a Texas mortgage company, was taken over through extortion by reputed associates of the Lucchese organized crime family, US prosecutors charged. Nicodemo S. Scarfo, Salvatore Pelullo and others seized ...more »

Federal Regulations
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Welfare cuts delayed again
Battle Creek EnquirerNovember 2, 2011

The Michigan Department of Human Services wants to implement a five-year lifetime limit based on federal regulations to end benefits for some recipients, though a judge has blocked the implementation of the cuts. LANSING -- Michigan's plan to end ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Obama Gives Boost to D.C. Law
U.S. News & World Report (blog)November 1, 2011

Venable's Washington office, which depends on regulatory and government work for 40 percent of its revenue, now helps Southern California-based entertainment and biotech clients with interests that involve federal regulation, investigations, ...more »

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