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  • Stand By Me

    Elizabeth Monrad, the ex-CFO of General Re, is in a fight for her freedom in a Hartford court over an alleged phone reinsurance deal with AIG. February 1, 2008

  • How to Nab the Rogues: 10 Fraud Tips

    Why the risk of wrongdoing has migrated from senior executives to middle management — and what to do about it. January 30, 2008

  • Tyson Foods Ducks Out

    To settle a landmark Delaware stock-option spring-loading suit before it comes to trial, its former CEO and a partnership will pay $4.5 million, while Tyson will make governance changes. January 21, 2008

  • The Battle of StoneRidge

    America's Supreme Court reduces companies' risk of being sued. January 21, 2008

  • Securities Suits Spike in 2007

    Volatile financial markets and the subprime blame game reverse the litigation trend. December 21, 2007

  • The Finger of Suspicion

    In America and elsewhere trial lawyers, state prosecutors, and regulators look for the crime in subprime. December 20, 2007

  • Jury Finds Accounting Firm Guilty

    A questionably clean audit to a defense contractor leads to the verdict, but no damages are awarded to the hedge fund that sued. December 13, 2007

  • Conrad Black Sentenced in Fraud Case

    The former Hollinger media tycoon enraged prosecutors and did not "accept" his guilt, said Judge St. Eve. December 10, 2007

  • Criminal Injustice?

    When corporations discover employee fraud, they deal more harshly with middle managers and lower-level employees than with top managers. November 30, 2007

  • Enron Guilty Pleas Just Keep Coming

    It's been seven years since energy giant Enron collapsed under the weight of massive fraud, but the ripple effect continues. This time it's a trio of British bankers. November 29, 2007

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