What Do the Decisions in U.S. v. Skilling and U.S. v. Black Really Mean for Corruption Prosecutions?

by Barry M. Hartman & Brian W. Stolarz Excerpt: In United States v. Skilling , No. 08-1394, and United States v. Black , No. 08-876, the Supreme Court limited the government's ability to prosecute people for the intangible fraud of failing to provide "honest services" to the public...