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24 Jul 2007, 11:11 pm
The irony of Spitzer's plight has generated quite a few entertaining blog post titles around the blogosphere, the best of which are Ellen Podgor's (she of "Busted for Yoga" fame) "Spitzer Spitzered" and Nathan Koppel's "Spitzer Schadenfreude. [read post]
18 Jul 2007, 11:20 pm
Get a load of this press release (hat tip Ellen Podgor) from the Department of Justice heralding the five year anniversary of the DOJ's Corporate Fraud Task Force. [read post]
16 Jul 2007, 11:30 pm
A copy of the decision is here (pdf), Peter Lattman provides this handy timeline of the case, while Ellen Podgor and Larry Ribstein and Kevin Lacroix provide their usual lucid commentary on Judge Kaplan's decision. [read post]
12 Jul 2007, 2:48 am
As nicknamed by blog co-editor Ellen Podgor, among others, the Libby motion is an argument raised by defense counsel seeking a reduced sentence for their clients... [read post]
11 Jul 2007, 6:38 am
  Doug Berman, who is identified as "a law professor at Ohio State University who writes the blog Sentencing Law and Policy," and Ellen Podgor, who blogs at White Collar Crime Prof Blog. [read post]
7 Jul 2007, 5:35 am
Department of Probation that was submitted to the judge.There's no news about whether Nacchio's legal team has filed what Ellen Podgor is calling "The Libby Motion". [read post]
5 Jul 2007, 6:02 am
") It is hard to be certain exactly how judges and others will react to what Ellen Podgor is calling "The Libby Motion". [read post]
4 Jul 2007, 7:34 pm
I will therefore give one link, to my friend Professor Ellen Podgor whose analysis is spot on for what we as lawyers or professors have to now consider for our clients who are in a similar situation as Libby. [read post]
4 Jul 2007, 7:00 am
"I anticipate that we're going to get a new motion called ‘the Libby motion,' " said Professor Ellen Podgor to the New York Times. [read post]
3 Jul 2007, 9:37 am
  Besides this great wiki on Scooter the muppet, readers will want to be sure to check out these posts from fellow law-bloggers: From Ellen Podgor at White Collar Crime Prof Blog: Commentary on Bush's Commuting of Libby's Sentence From Orin Kerr at The Volokh Conspiracy: "Politics" and the Libby Prosecution and Why Didn't Fitzgerald Close Up Shop After Learning That Armitage Was the Leaker? [read post]
2 Jul 2007, 6:30 pm
And Ellen Podgor has some thoughts and questions here. [read post]
2 Jul 2007, 7:33 am
(If you want newspaper editorials, here are divergent takes from the NYT, WSJ and WaPo; if you want law professors’ takes, here’s Orin Kerr on Volokh and Ellen Podgor on the White Collar Crime Prof blog.) [read post]
6 Jun 2007, 4:53 am
For additional great guideline lessons from the Libby sentencing, be sure to check out Ellen Podgor's thoughtful commentary here at the White Collar Crime Prof Blog. [read post]
23 May 2007, 5:36 am
   As usual, Peter Henning and Ellen Podgor at White Collar Crime Prof have a thoughtful analysis of what's likely to unfold. [read post]
26 Apr 2007, 4:42 pm
Professors Roger Clark and Ellen Podgor have submitted a motion for consideration at the upcoming American Law Institute Meeting, which calls for the Institute to take a position that it is opposed to the death penalty. [read post]
23 Apr 2007, 3:30 am
As Ellen Podgor comments: Although not the focus of [the Glisan interview], it is interesting to note that the risk and cost of trial weigh heavily in the decision to plea. [read post]
15 Mar 2007, 6:45 am
Moderator: Ellen Podgor, Associate Dean of Faculty Development and Distance Education and Professor, Stetson University College of Law Patrick Gnazzo, Chief Compliance Officer, Computer Associates International, Inc. [read post]
14 Mar 2007, 7:49 pm
  Many academic and blogospheric friends will be there like Ellen Podgor, Gerry Moohr and Sara Sun Beale, as well as political notables Ed Meese and Richard Thornburgh. [read post]
11 Mar 2007, 12:48 pm
Ellen Podgor, a professor of law at Stetson University and an editor of the White Collar Crime Prof Blog sent in the following: Using settlements as a benchmark of validating the choices made in bringing or not bringing civil actions has some flaws. [read post]