As WorldCom's Bernard Ebbers heads to prison, and former HealthSouth chief Richard M. Scrushy enjoys his recent acquittal, Atlanta's Powell Goldstein is capitalizing on the federal government's increased emphasis on corporate fraud prosecutions by forming a special matters and investigations group. The firm will join others who are responding to what many say is an increased need for such services. As one legal recruiter put it: "White-collar crime is hot."
PoGo Aiming to Capitalize on White-Collar Crime Boom
July 27, 2005
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