Plea of guilty entered in $135 Million Medical Equipment Fraud Scheme

Bruce Donner, owner of Donner Medical Marketing, Inc., recently pled guilty to his role in a $135 million phony lease scheme.  The case, U.S. v. Bruce Donner, was heard in U.S. District Court in New Jersey before Judge Susan Wigenton. According to prosecutors, Donner provided false medical equipmen...
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New Voting Laws Could Leave More than 5 Million Americans Away from the Polls Next Year

Republican state legislators and governors in a number of states have passed various laws this year that stand to have a large impact on voters in 2012. According to a study released this past Sunday by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University, some of these recently passed laws will ma...
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General Patent Corporation Sues Wi-Lan in the Wake of a Failed Acquisition

New York patent firm General Patent Corporation (“GPC”) is suing the Canadian Ottawa-based patent and licensing company Wi-Lan for fraud and misappropriation of confidential information. The claims allege that Wi-Lan faked an interest in acquiring GPC in order to gain access to its private trade...
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