Tag: Stephen Engelberg
Stephen Engelberg: The Painting That Saved my Family from the HolocaustNovember 2015
A group of German journalists track the painting that saved a family
Stephen Engelberg: Fix Presidential Pardons, a Letter to The Next Attorney GeneralOctober 2014
White applicants are far more likely to receive clemency than comparable black applicants.
Stephen Engelberg: A Simple FixApril 2013
Should New York compel judges to report problem prosecutors?
Stephen Engelberg and Robert Socha: Cash, Cars, and ContractsMarch 2013
IBM, HP, and Oracle in the crosshairs of an overseas corruption investigation.
Stephen Engelberg: Sheldon Adelson’s Casino Company Stirs Fresh Questions With Admission It ‘Likely’ Broke Federal LawMarch 2013
The staff of one of the world's richest men may have broken anti-bribery laws, but questions remain as to which transactions are at issue.
Stephen Engelberg and Kim Barker: The Flood of Secret Campaign Cash Isn’t All Citizens UnitedAugust 2012
The campaign is glutted with anonymous money because of loose FEC oversight, and the Commission is unlikely to become more assertive anytime soon.