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Harvard, teacher, and lawyer to pay US $30m

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / August 4, 2005

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Harvard University, a Harvard professor, and a former staff member have agreed to pay the US government about $30 million, a year after a federal judge ruled that economist Andrei Shleifer and lawyer Jonathan Hay conspired to defraud the government by making personal investments in Russia while they were under contract to serve as impartial advisers on Russian economic reform ... (Full article: 729 words)

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