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Class Actions

Starr Austen & Miller appointed in Keenan Hauke Ponzi Scheme
LOGANSPORT, Ind. —Mario Massillamany of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, has announced the firm’s selection
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Juan Cardenas Found in Baptismal Pool
Starr Austen & Miller are investigating the death of 1-year-old Juan Cardenas who was found submerged in a baptismal pool
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Sugarland Responds To Lawsuit Regarding Tragic Indiana Stage Collapse
Download the official response here.
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Sugarland State Fair Collapse Lawsuit Filed By Starr Austen & Miller
Attorney Mario Massillamany has announced that Starr Austen & Miller has filed a complaint today on behalf of 48 victims
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Some who were hurt in State Fair collapse are unable to receive money from relief fund
Some victims of the Sugarland stage collapse have looked for compensation for their medical bills and injuries caused as a
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Investigation of Mini Cooper Engine Fires
Starr Austen & Miller is investigating engine compartment fires in certain models of the Mini Cooper. The National Highway Traffic
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Multidistrict Litigation Panel Rules On Nationwide Class Action Against DuPont
Logansport, IN, October 21, 2011 – Mario Massillamany of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced
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Starr Austen & Miller investigating listeria outbreak in the United States
Starr Austen and Miller LLP is investigating the listeria outbreak in the United States.  Jensen Farms in Colorado has been
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MDL Hearing Today on Indiana Golf Course Company’s Class Action Lawsuit Alleging DuPont’s New Herbicide Imprelis Causing Death Of Trees
— Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) Hearing to Determine Where Nationwide Class Action Cases Will Be Heard Logansport, IN, September 27, 2011
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Imprelis ® Class Action Filed; Interview with Mario Massillamany
Indiana Golf Course Company And Pennsylvania Homeowner File Class Action Lawsuit Alleging DuPont’s New Herbicide Imprelis ® Causing Death Of
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Securities Fraud

U.S. Takes Down Call-Center Financial Scam
Officials allege people impersonating IRS, immigration officials extracted more than $250 million from victims By Miriam Jordan of The Wall
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Florida Man Gets 17 Years For Currency Trading Fraud Scheme
A Florida man was sentenced Tuesday in Miami to more than 17 years in federal prison for duping about 300
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SEC sets record in enforcement actions against investment advisers
Uptick in adviser crackdown attributed to better data analytics and agency’s new unit focused on asset management By Mark Schoeff Jr.
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SEC Charges Adviser Over Cherry-Picking Trades
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday filed an in-house suit alleging a Hawaii-based
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Royal Bank Unit Aided $123M ATM Ponzi Scheme, Suit Says
By Suevon Lee of Law360.com Royal Bank of Canada and a Los Angeles-based banking subsidiary have been sued in California
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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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Charlestown, Indiana man pleads guilty in securities fraud case
Richard Collins ordered to pay $250,000, sentenced to prison By Elizabeth Depompei of newsandtribune.com A Charlestown man was ordered to
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Indiana awards whistleblower $95K with more whistleblowers likely in financial advice sector
Earlier this month, Indiana announced its first whistleblower award, giving $95,000 to a former JP Morgan official who helped the
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Day Traders Think They Can Win in Online Ponzi Schemes
Software makers and speculators help to keep $47 million a year flowing through a world of fraudulent investment schemes. By
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Adviser Who Targeted Elderly In Ponzi Scheme Gets 5 Years
By Diana Novak Jones of Law360.com A financial adviser convicted of running an 8-year, $4.2 million Ponzi scheme was sentenced
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SEC Says Advisers Must Report Clients’ Derivatives Risk
By Jody Godoy of Law360.com Law360, New York (August 25, 2016, 5:11 PM ET) — The U.S. Securities and Exchange
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Finra fines UBS $250,000 for overcharging mutual-fund customers
The firm allegedly failed to provide about 2,700 customers waivers tied to upfront sale charges InvestmentNews.com By Christine Idzelis A
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Finra panel orders adviser to pay $333,000 to Morgan Stanley
Louis D. Dworsky was found in breach of promissory notes when he left the brokerage firm InvestmentNews.com By Christine Idzelis
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Former Merrill Edge adviser accused of misleading customers
Finra said the adviser misled five IRA customers and then did not give an honest account of his actions InvestmentNews.com
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FINRA panel directs broker to pay Wells Fargo almost $1 million after his termination
Robert Edward Loftus was discharged in 2013 and found in breach of a promissory note InvestmentNews.com By Christine Idzelis Broker
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Investment Branch of Fidelity Sued for Fiduciary Breach
Individuals that contribute to a Delta Air Lines Inc. 401(k) plan have sued sections of Fidelity Investments, on the claim of
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NJ Couple Faces Prison, Civil Fine Over Alleged Ponzi Scheme
By Jeannie O’Sullivan of law360.com Law360, Jersey City (May 27, 2016, 2:23 PM ET) — A New Jersey couple who
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Starr Austen Helped Secure Huge Recovery for Fraud Victims
In a better-than-average outcome, more than 90 investors who lost $9.7 million in a securities fraud debacle will recover a
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Prepare for the Unexpected: Your Succession Planning Portfolio
You may dream of someday passing down your family farm and your legacy to the next generation, but are you
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Accounting Firm Agrees to Settlement in Ponzi Fraud Case
Indianapolis-based accounting firm DeWitt & Shrader PC agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a receiver appointed for Samex Capital
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