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Anaheim Mayor Resigns Amid Corruption Probe Into His Role in Angel Stadium Land Sale – Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu resigned last month after being accused of bribery and fraud associated with his alleged action in conjunction with the city’s negotiations with the Anaheim Angels baseball franchise over the recent $320-million sale of Angel Stadium of Anaheim. The former Mayor is accused of bribery and fraud in association with the land sale deal itself, and likewise alleged to have committed both obstruction of justice and witness tampering during Orange County, California’s investigation of the transaction.
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About Benjamin Keane
Ben Keane is a Partner in the Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA offices of Dentons and co-head of the firm’s Political Law, Ethics and Disclosure Team. Mr. Keane focuses his practice on the representation of elected officials, political candidates, PACs, SuperPACs, political parties, corporations, non-profit organizations and other entities with regard to federal, state and local election law, campaign finance, lobbying, pay-to-play, and ethics matters. He regularly counsels businesses, trade associations and other non-profits on the establishment and maintenance of successful political law compliance frameworks. Additionally, Mr. Keane assists clients across the country with political law investigation and audit matters involving federal, state and local government authorities, and frequently counsels presidential nominees, appointees and other federal officials on confirmation and ethics matters.
About Michael Pfeifer
Michael Pfeifer is member of Dentons' Political Law, Ethics and Disclosure team. The focus of his practice is providing lobbying, campaign finance, and government ethics compliance counsel and representation to trade associations, political action committees (PACs), corporations and other business entities, non-profit organizations and elected officials at the federal, state and local levels.
About Michael Zolandz
Mike Zolandz is the chair of Dentons' Federal Regulatory and Compliance practice, and serves as the Managing Partner for Dentons’ Washington, DC office. Mike focuses his practice on advising clients on their most critical and complex trade compliance and foreign investment projects, specializing in cross-border transactions and regulations related to international commerce.
About C. Randall Nuckolls
Randy Nuckolls is a partner Dentons’ Washington, D.C. office and is a member of the Public Policy practice. He has more than thirty years of experience working on federal policy issues.