The Trials and Triumphs of Conrad Black - Legally Speaking

The Trials and Triumphs of Conrad Black - Legally Speaking

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Once, he presided over the third largest newspaper empire in the entire world. He also was a celebrated author with massive biographies of both Franklin Roosevelt and Richard Nixon to his credit. But that was all before he served three years in federal prison for fraud and obstruction of justice. From his mansion in Toronto, Conrad Black talks to California Lawyer editor Martin Lasden about his spectacular rise and fall, and the protracted legal battles that he has waged to clear his name. [4/2013] [Show ID: 24832]

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