Wednesday, April 25, 2007

No Charges for Apple Over Options - New York Times

More analysis/speculation 

Unless the government can move beyond evidence of passive and indirect involvement, some legal experts say, a case against Mr. Jobs might be difficult to win.

“Steve Jobs dodged a bullet,” said Mark C. Zauderer, a trial lawyer in New York specializing in white-collar cases. “This is another circumstance where the government is going after an easier target. It will generally shy away from situations where the evidence is ambiguous or subject to different interpretations.”

Source: No Charges for Apple Over Options - New York Times

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