LA Prosecutor’s “Golden Age” Of White Collar Cases

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Before the criminal fraud case involving the French bank Credit Lyonnais was settled for $771 million, negotiations between French officials and U.S. prosecutors often came close to falling apart. The Los Angeles Times reports that Debra Yang, the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles who has made corporate fraud one of her top priorities, would not
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