BALCO supplier of “the clear” pleads guilty

logo_patrickPatrick Arnold, known as the “Father of prohormones” pleaded guilty Friday to one count of conspiracy to distribute steroids. He’s scheduled to be sentenced in August and will likely face three months in jail and three months of home detention.

To read the article, click here. For our prior post on the search warrant executed at Arnold’s home, click here.

In an unrelated story, former 100-meter world-record holder Tim Montgomery, who was one of several athletes implicated in the BALCO doping controversy, was arrested Friday on charges that he was connected to a multimillion-dollar bank fraud and money laundering scheme. Montgomery, an Olympic relay gold medalist at Sydney in 2000, is accused of depositing three bogus checks worth a total of $775,000 and picking up a $20,000 fee for brokering the transaction. To read the article, click here.

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Joel B. Rothman represents clients in intellectual property infringement litigation involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, defamation, trade libel, unfair competition, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and commercial matters. Joel’s litigation practice also includes significant focus on electronic discovery issues such as e-discovery management and motion practice relating to e-discovery.

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