Conrad Black is found guilty on three charges of fraud and one charge of obstruction of justice in Chicago.
- Former media mogul Conrad Black is released from prison in Miami after being locked up for just over three years for defrauding investors.
- Canadian business man Conrad Black is sentenced to another 13 months in jail in the United States for fraud.
- A U.S. Court of Appeals upholds the conviction of Conrad Black for one fraud count and one obstruction-of-justice charge, while reversing two other fraud counts on the basis of a Supreme Court decision last year.
- Newspaper publisher Conrad Black is released from prison but restricted to the continental United States; he is to appear in a Chicago court on 23 July.
- An American appeals court grants bail to newspaper publisher Conrad Black.
- The U.S. Supreme Court denies a bail request by Conrad Black, a member of the British House of Lords who remains in a federal prison in Florida.
- Former media tycoon Conrad Black receives a 78-month jail sentence in the United States for mail fraud and obstruction of justice.
- Amy St. Eve, the judge in the Conrad Black fraud case, orders the jury to go back to work after it advised her that it couldn't reach a verdict on all the counts before it.
- The trial against former media baron Conrad Black begins in Chicago. He is accused of defrauding Hollinger's shareholders of millions of dollars.
- The press baron Conrad Black is charged with multiple counts of fraud regarding his dealings with Hollinger International.