Daily Archives: September 12, 2015, 8:55 am

U.S. Aligns With Fokker Against Judge Who Called Penalty Light – Bloomberg Business

Judge Richard Leon in February rejected the government’s $21 million deferred-prosecution agreement between federal prosecutors and a Dutch aerospace firm it accused of illegally selling aircraft navigation parts and components to Iran — a move prosecutors called unprecedented. On Friday, Justice Department lawyers will ask a U.S. appeals court to reverse Leon’s decision, and revive the agreement with a unit…

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Attorney Facing SEC Fraud Charges ‘Shocked’ by Allegations | The Legal Intelligencer

William Uchimoto, who spent time running the China practice groups for Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney and Stevens & Lee, said he was “shocked” to learn of the SEC’s civil securities fraud charges leveled against him Sept. 10. Uchimoto, a former general counsel to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, said everything he did in relation to the questioned Nasdaq listings was “perfectly…

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