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Class Actions

Kohler Class Action Filed
Read the official filed complaint below: UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA SOUTH BEND DIVISION SHEPLER
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Class Action Alleges UPL
Lawyers use United Financial decision to make their argument. The gift of estate planning services that Portland, Ind., resident Jeffrey
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Securities Fraud

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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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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Ponzi Schemes

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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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Scott Starr Recognized as “Leader in Litigation” by Wilson, Kehoe & Winingham
Scott Starr was recently featured in the “Leader in Litigation” series by Wilson, Kehoe & Winingham, a well-known law firm
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CPAs on the Lookout for Securities Fraud
CPAs should be on the front line alerting their clients to securities fraud much more frequently than they presently do.
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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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401(k) Plan Sponsors Not Jumping Onboard With New Longevity Annuities
The Department of the Treasury and the Department of Labor have proposed new regulations focused on providing 401(k) plan participants
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