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Class Actions

Starr Austen & Miller Investigates GM’s SUV Recall For Door Fires Which Affects Indiana Consumers
Scott Starr announced today that the firm is continuing to investigate potential products liability claims related to General Motor’s announced
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Starr Austen & Miller Investigating GE Dishwasher Recall
Scott Starr, of the Indiana law firm of Starr Austen & Miller, announced today that the firm is investigating potential
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Starr Austen & Miller Investigating 2013 Ford Escape Fuel Line Fire Recalls
Scott Starr, of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced today that the firm is investigating
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DuPont Imprelis Class Action Update
Defective herbicide Imprelis continues to hinder tree growth as late as May 2011. Scott Starr, attorney at Starr Austen &
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Hackers: more than 450,000 code names from Yahoo users posted online
CNN has reported that hackers had posted login information on a Web page for what the hackers said were more
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DeWitt & Schrader Ponzi Scheme Lawsuit Announced by Starr Austen & Miller
View the Complaint Scott Starr of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP,announced today that the firm
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Garfield Park Pool Chemical Spill Or Leak Causes Many To Go To Hospital
On June 21, 2012 around 2:00 p.m., there was a chemical spill or leak at the Garfield Park Aquatic Center,
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Starr Austen & Miller Investigating Toyota & General Motors Door Fires
Mario Massillamany of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced today that the firm is investigating
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Court Ruling a Roadblock for Class Action Lawsuits
Matthew Wolf was a captain in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the Army Reserves is 2007 when was called
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Arson Charges Dismissed Against Grissom Airmen Benjiman Durr
Mark Fryman Jr. of the Logansport law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, is pleased to announce today that
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Securities Fraud

Ex-Cay Clubs CFO Seeks Leniency In $300M Ponzi Sentence
Ex-Cay Clubs CFO Seeks Leniency In $300M Ponzi Sentence
A Florida real estate executive convicted for bank fraud in an alleged $300 million Ponzi scheme repeated his opposition to
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Securities Broker GTS Agrees To Injunction In $13M Suit
Securities Broker GTS Agrees To Injunction In $13M Suit
Global Transition Solutions Inc. agreed to an injunction Thursday to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission claims that the transition
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Jury Awards $15 Million in Punitive Damages Against MetLife for Ponzi Scheme Involvement
Last year MetLife and one of its subsidiaries were assessed $15 million in punitive damages by a jury for its
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What is the “Fraud-on-the-Market” Doctrine of Securities Fraud?
In the United States Supreme Court case of Basic, Inc. v. Levinson, 485 U.S. 224 (1988), the Court ruled that
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SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations Identifies Frequent Advisor and Brokerage Firm Shortcomings
Starr Austen & Miller has represented over a thousand victims of either investment advisor negligence or stockbroker fraud.  In almost
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Indiana settles with securities firm over agent who ran Ponzi scheme
By: Indianapolis Business Journal Staff and Associated Press The state has reached a $275,000 settlement with NYLife Securities LLC over
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Oil Futures Trader Gets 10 Years For $1.4M Ponzi Scheme
By Matthew Guarnaccia of Law360.com Texas federal judge on Tuesday sentenced a New York-based oil futures trader to 10 years
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Securities watchdog bans second broker in alleged Veros Ponzi scheme
By: Jared Council of Indianapolis Business Journal Financial industry regulators have permanently barred a local broker alleged to have participated
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New Albany, Indiana Man Arrested on Multiple Counts of Securities Fraud and Theft
By Lindsey Holmes of tristatehomepage.com A New Albany man is in jail Thursday night after a 13-month investigation revealed he
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Trader Charged For $9M Ponzi Scheme Not Singled Out: Judge
By Joyce Hanson of Law360.com An Illinois federal judge on Thursday refused to dismiss an indictment against a Chicago trader
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SEC Limits Whistleblower’s Award Over Culpability, Delay
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has determined that a whistleblower will receive a fifth of any monetary sanctions collected
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U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in
U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana (from Indianapolis
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Whistleblower Tips, Recoveries on the Rise
By Michael Petro — Buffalo Law Journal Statutory enactments by federal financial regulatory and various state enforcement agencies have made
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Biz Group Loses Stay Bid In DOL Fiduciary Rule Challenge
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com A D.C. federal judge on Wednesday denied a renewed request by a financial services
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FINRA Fines Ameriprise For Missing Fraudulent Transfers
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. agreed Wednesday to pay a fine to settle the Financial Industry
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DOL Gets First Victory In Fiduciary Rule Challenges
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s so-called fiduciary rule for retirement account investment advisers was
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Government’s Willful Blindness Theories Put Lawyers At Risk
By Melissa Maleske of Law360.com The government’s recent focus on holding individuals accountable for corporate misdeeds is supporting the rise
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State regulators reveal top enforcement targets and the price they pay
Agencies brought more cases against registered advisers than unregistered entities, and certain products featured in many of them By Mark
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SEC Wants Firms To Watch Reps With Troubled Pasts
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday that it is launching exams to test
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2 Firms To Pay SEC Fines Over Wrap Fee Compliance Failures
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com James & Associates and Robert W. Baird & Co. agreed Thursday to pay a fine
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