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Class Actions

Starr Austen and Miller is Investigating Auto Assure, LLC’s Direct Mail Solicitation Practices
Starr Austen and Miller is Investigating Auto Assure, LLC’s Direct Mail Solicitation Practices
Starr Austen & Miller is investigating Auto Assure, LLC’s direct mail advertising practices for possible statutory violations. Auto Assure, LLC,
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Paving Stone Co. Head Gets 10 Years For $26M Ponzi Scheme
By Stewart Bishop of Law360.com A New York man on Friday was sentenced to over 10 years in prison for
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Samsung Hit With Lawsuit Over Exploding Washers
By Steven Trader Law360, New York (March 9, 2016, 7:10 PM ET) — Consumers have accused Samsung of breaching its
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Starr Austen and Miller is Investigating Auto Service Agency’s Direct Mail Solicitation Practices
Starr Austen & Miller is investigating Auto Service Agency’s direct mail advertising practices for possible statutory violations. Auto Service Agency,
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Settlement Close in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case
A settlement appears to be imminent between the two parties involved in the case arising from the collapse of the stage
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Starr Austen Miller Investigating Falling Debris Truck Accident
Attorneys at Starr Austen Miller are investigating the recent accident in Plymouth, Ind., in which a piece of metal came
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Attention: Wagoner Medical Center Patients
On March 18, 2013 the Attorney General’s office filed documents to suspend the licenses of William G. Terpstra, M.D., Robert
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Imprelis Settlement Notifications Nearing
Notification on Settlement in Herbicide Lawsuit Coming Next Week Beginning next week, DuPont will begin notifying all plaintiffs who lost
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Starr Austen & Miller Files Suit Against Companies Responsible For Fungal Meningitis Outbreak
Mark S. Fryman, of the Indiana law firm of Starr Austen & Miller, LLP, announced today that the firm, along
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Starr Austen & Miller Investigating Kenmore Elite & LG Gas Dryer Recall
Scott Starr, of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced today that the firm is investigating potential products liability claims related
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Securities Fraud

Bitcoin scam? Here are 3 signs a cryptocurrency investment, ICO or altcoin is a fraud
Bitcoin scam? Here are 3 signs a cryptocurrency investment, ICO or altcoin is a fraud
By James Dennin of Mic.com When perpetrating any kind of scam, it helps to move in a space that’s hard
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Former heavy-hitter stockbroker Buck charged with fraud
Former heavy-hitter stockbroker Buck charged with fraud
By Indianapolis Business Journal staff Thomas. J. Buck, a former top investment broker who was fired by the local office
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SEC Settles Ponzi Scheme Suit Against Ex-NFLer, Biz Partner
SEC Settles Ponzi Scheme Suit Against Ex-NFLer, Biz Partner
By Christine Powell of Law360.com A Massachusetts federal judge greenlit a deal Friday resolving the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s
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FINRA Fines JPMorgan $1.25M For Faulty Background Checks
FINRA Fines JPMorgan $1.25M For Faulty Background Checks
By Evan Weinberger of Law360.com A JPMorgan Chase & Co. securities subsidiary on Tuesday agreed to pay $1.25 million in a settlement
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Indiana investment adviser sentenced to prison for fraud
Indiana investment adviser sentenced to prison for fraud
From The Indiana Gazette Acting U.S. Attorney Soo C. Song announced Monday that former Indiana investment adviser Bernard Parker was
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Never Invest in a Company Started or Managed by Your Stockbroker, Insurance Agent, or Investment Advisor
The United States Securities & Exchange Commission recently sued a Colorado investment advisor for fraudulently convincing his clients to invest
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Indiana’s Secretary of State’s Efforts to Educate Hoosiers about Securities and Investment Fraud
The Indiana Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, is conducting a “Movie And A Meal” tour around the State of Indiana
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Three members of The Dane Group sentenced for securities fraud
Three members of The Dane Group sentenced for securities fraud
By Current Publishing — currentinwestfield.com According to a press release sent to Current from the Office of the Indiana Secretary of
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Chicago 'Mini-Madoff' Gets Nearly 6 Years In $1.7M Fraud
Chicago ‘Mini-Madoff’ Gets Nearly 6 Years In $1.7M Fraud
By Jon Hill of Law360.com A 26-year-old Chicago man was sentenced Wednesday in Illinois federal court to nearly six years behind bars
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NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
A Long Island man imprisoned for running a foreign exchange scheme was accused on Monday by the U.S. Commodity Futures
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Ponzi Schemes

SEC Settles Ponzi Scheme Suit Against Ex-NFLer, Biz Partner
SEC Settles Ponzi Scheme Suit Against Ex-NFLer, Biz Partner
By Christine Powell of Law360.com A Massachusetts federal judge greenlit a deal Friday resolving the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s
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Fake Hedge Fund Manager Accused Of Running Ponzi Scheme
Below is a recent article from Law360 that talks about a Ponzi-schemer defrauding his friends, clients, and their families out
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Never Invest in a Company Started or Managed by Your Stockbroker, Insurance Agent, or Investment Advisor
The United States Securities & Exchange Commission recently sued a Colorado investment advisor for fraudulently convincing his clients to invest
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Wash. Investment Adviser In $3.6M Ponzi Scheme Gets 9 Years
Wash. Investment Adviser In $3.6M Ponzi Scheme Gets 9 Years
By Jon Hill of Law360.com An investment guru who copped to fleecing investors out of more than $3.6 million in
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Chicago 'Mini-Madoff' Gets Nearly 6 Years In $1.7M Fraud
Chicago ‘Mini-Madoff’ Gets Nearly 6 Years In $1.7M Fraud
By Jon Hill of Law360.com A 26-year-old Chicago man was sentenced Wednesday in Illinois federal court to nearly six years behind bars
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CFTC Wins Asset Freeze In $13M Churchgoer Ponzi Suit
CFTC Wins Asset Freeze In $13M Churchgoer Ponzi Suit
CFTC Wins Asset Freeze In $13M Churchgoer Ponzi Suit By Martin O’Sullivan of Law360.com An Arizona federal judge issued an
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NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
A Long Island man imprisoned for running a foreign exchange scheme was accused on Monday by the U.S. Commodity Futures
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Fallen Financier Gets 3 Years For $23M Commodities Fraud
Fallen Financier Gets 3 Years For $23M Commodities Fraud
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday sentenced fraudster Haena Park, who left dozens of friends and family members in financial
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Feds Bust Another Ticket Resale Ponzi, Say CEO Took $70M
Feds Bust Another Ticket Resale Ponzi, Say CEO Took $70M
Federal prosecutors accused a Long Island, New York, man on Wednesday of defrauding investors in a ticket resale business out
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Latest News

7 Best Practices For Wealth-Managing Fiduciaries
7 Best Practices For Wealth-Managing Fiduciaries
By Stuart Riemer (Law360.com) As the U.S. Department of Labor has tried to issue regulations for financial professionals who give
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Ex-SEC Chair Warns Of Adviser Exam Shortfall Disaster
Ex-SEC Chair Warns Of Adviser Exam Shortfall ‘Disaster’
By Ed Beeson of Law360.com Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White on Friday sounded an alarm
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Never Invest in a Company Started or Managed by Your Stockbroker, Insurance Agent, or Investment Advisor
The United States Securities & Exchange Commission recently sued a Colorado investment advisor for fraudulently convincing his clients to invest
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Digital
“Coin Offerings” Can Constitute Securities Sales
By Evan Weinberger of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday brought some clarity to the market for
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SEC Settles With Fraudster Over $6M Startup Stock Scheme
SEC Settles With Fraudster Over $6M Startup Stock Scheme
By Jon Hill of Law360.com A New Jersey man struck a deal in New Jersey federal court on Friday to settle the
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Feds Crack Down On $147M Boiler Room Scheme
Feds Crack Down On $147M Boiler Room Scheme
Federal prosecutors and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission brought charges Wednesday against more than a dozen individuals they alleged
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$10M from 122 elderly West Side victims in reverse mortgage scheme
Man accused of stealing $10M from 122 elderly West Side victims in reverse mortgage scheme
The Federal Trade Commission filed a civil suit against him in 2003. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
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Advisers must protect elderly from financial fraud
Advisers must protect elderly from financial fraud
The elderly are targeted by fraudsters because they often have a pile of savings and a steady stream of income.
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SEC Cracks Down On Bogus News Articles Promoting Stocks
SEC Cracks Down On Bogus News Articles Promoting Stocks
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday announced a major dragnet of stock promotion schemes that disguised promotions as
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FINRA’s Judges To Review Other Penalties, Harm To Elderly
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority updated its sanctions guide on Monday to make sure its in-house judges consider whether accused
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