A whistle-blower lawsuit accusing former champion cyclist Lance Armstrong of defrauding the government by using banned substances in violation of his team’s contract with the U.S. Postal Service probably will proceed, a judge said.
Benjamin Wagner, the top U.S. prosecutor for mostly rural eastern California, has busted the head of a tomato-packing company for racketeering and wrangled a settlement from a lumber company over a wildfire.
FBI agents and U.S. prosecutors asked lawyers for seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong about the cyclist’s complaint of alleged leaks about a grand jury probe of his team, one of his attorneys said.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is probing its role in the U.S. case against Aaron Swartz, the Internet activist who killed himself as he faced a federal computer-fraud trial and the possibility of jail.
Bruce Karatz , the KB Home ex-chief convicted of hiding backdated stock options from auditors and regulators, was sentenced to five years of probation by a federal judge who rejected prosecutors’ call for prison time.
Lance Armstrong ’s attorneys demanded an on-air apology from CBS Corp.’s “60 Minutes” following accusations that Armstrong tested positive for a banned substance at the 2001 Tour of Switzerland cycling race.
Lance Armstrong, the former champion cyclist, defrauded the U.S. by using banned substances, the government said in a complaint filed under the False Claims Act that joins a lawsuit brought by his ex-teammate Floyd Landis.
Lance Armstrong, the record seven- time winner of the Tour de France, is seeking to force the U.S. to make public its filing in a case over alleged leaks to the media involving an investigation of doping in cycling.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued a former Deloitte Tax LLP partner and his wife for passing confidential information on mergers and acquisitions to family members, who allegedly reaped millions of dollars trading on the tips.
Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, said today that the prosecution of Aaron Swartz, an Internet activist who killed himself while facing computer- fraud charges, was a “travesty of justice.”