University of Miami professor Bruce Bagley pleaded guilty on Monday to two counts of money laundering after being charged with using bank accounts in his name and in the name of a company he created in Florida to launder over $2 million in proceeds from a Venezuelan bribery and corruption scheme.
The Façade of COVID-19 Class Action Litigation Against China Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act
In recent weeks, at least seven class action lawsuits have been filed in federal district courts
throughout the United States against the government of the People’s Republic of China (the
“P.R.C.” or “China”), all relating to China’s alleged liability for damages and injuries sustained in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past few weeks, federal prosecutors have launched a wave of criminal cases accusing people of trying to take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On this week’s episode of Pro Say, we’re breaking them all down, including a New Jersey car salesman who sold price-gouged masks and a New York City man who tried to get millions in relief loans.