Solomon Wisenberg

Attorney, Barnes & Thornburg

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Partner in the Washington, DC law firm of Barnes & Thornburg and co-chair of its White Collar Crime Defense Practice Group

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The Supreme Court today  weakened a law  passed to fight public corruption, saying what the law calls “honest services fraud” is too vague to constitute a crime.

Supreme Court Ruling Weakens Honest Services Law

The Supreme Court today weakened a law passed to fight public corruption, saying what the law calls “honest services fraud” is too vague to constitute a crime.

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