Category Archives: Acquittal After Jury Trial

Celebrating Summer with Recent Wins in the White-Collar World

In the past few months, there have been several big wins for white-collar defendants.  Because we’re in desperate need for some good news as of late, here are highlights of those victories. As I’ve pointed out before, DOJ doesn’t publicize … Continue reading

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A Trial Victory in a Federal White-Collar Case!

It’s a dreary Monday morning in D.C., but I saw this article on Law360 (subscription required, sorry) that brought a little cheer to the day. Last Thursday, a jury in Fort Myers, Florida, acquitted the former division president of Health … Continue reading

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Four WellCare Health Plan Execs Found Guilty of Health Care Fraud

On June 11, a Tampa jury found four former executives of WellCare Health Plans Inc. guilty of several charges, including health care fraud and making false statements to a law enforcement officer. The verdict came at the end of a … Continue reading

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