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Ponzi Payouts Were Not Money Laundering (access required)

A defendant’s payouts as a return on investment to two early investors in his Ponzi scheme were “essential expenses” of his underlying fraudulent scheme and the 4th Circuit vacates defendant’s money-laundering convictions based on these payments, but affirms defendant’s securities ...

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No Bargaining Over Probationary Workers (access required)

The 4th Circuit refuses to order the Internal Revenue Service to bargain with representatives of the National Treasury Employees Union over granting probationary employees the right to use grievance procedures under the parties’ collective bargaining act, and affirms the judgment ...

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Court Rules on German Debtor’s Patent Licenses (access required)

In recognizing a German insolvency proceeding for a German semiconductor manufacturer as a “foreign main proceeding,” the bankruptcy court did not abuse its discretion in limiting the German insolvency administrator’s ability to unilaterally reject licenses to the 4,000 U.S. patents ...

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