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Bush named Thompson to head the Corporate Fraud Task Force, where he led the Justice Department's investigation into Enron.
17, replaces the Bush administration's Corporate Fraud Task Force.
FIVE YEARS AFTER PRESIDENT BUSH created the President's Corporate Fraud Task Force in response to a wave of corporate scandals, the task force has obtained 1,236 total corporate fraud convictions, the Justice Department announced in July.
Lord served as a Coordinator of the Organized Crime Strike Force, the Corporate Fraud Task Force, the Financial Investigations Review Team, and as a Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) prosecutor, and received the prestigious Directors Award for Superior Performance as an Assistant United States Attorney.
Also in 2002, President Bush named Thompson to head the Corporate Fraud Task Force where he led the Justice Department's investigation into Enron.
There have been some pretty creative plea agreements to avoid debarment," William Mateja, former point person for the Justice Department's Corporate Fraud Task Force and now a partner at Fish & Richardson in Dallas, said shortly before news of the Serono settlement broke.
``As members of the president's corporate fraud task force, one thing we advocate is that in instances where a corporation fully cooperates, they will not be charged, and this is a prime example of that instance,'' Yang said.
Newsome served as a member of the President's working group on financial markets, and the President's corporate fraud task force.