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Gibson Dunn provides guidance on the DOJ's Newest Policy Pronouncement

On September 9, 2015, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) issued a new policy memorandum, signed by Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, regarding the prosecution of individuals in corporate fraud cases—“Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing” (“the Yates Memorandum”). 1,780 more words

Corporate Governance

2 Investigators: Man Claims Cops Used Racial Slurs In Two Run-Ins With Him

(CBS) – It happened again: A suburban man says police officers twice targeted and harassed him, using racial slurs and even a bogus arrest.

CBS 2’s Dave Savini investigates. 331 more words


Lawyers Reveal Both Sides In Hastert Plea Negotiations

CHICAGO (AP) — Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s attorneys are talking with prosecutors about a possible plea deal in the Republican’s hush-money case, both sides told a federal judge Monday. 464 more words


Why do I Like Trump

Why do I Like Trump

Better question might be why should anyone like Trump? I am not happy about his thin skinned rhetoric railing against anyone who may disagree with him because the manner of his railing seems whiny and egocentric. 514 more words

Social/political Commentary

Gymnastics Coach Accused Of Child Sexual Misconduct Found Dead In Jail Cell From Apparent Suicide

Marvin Sharp, an award-winning gymnastics coach in Indianapolis, Indiana who was accused of sexual misconduct with a minor, was found dead Saturday night in his jail cell by authorities. 19 more words