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Broker Pleads Guilty To Role In $131M Investment Scheme
By Matthew Guarnaccia of Law360.com A securities broker pled guilty in New York federal court on Wednesday to securities fraud
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Beware of Ponzi Schemes!
There presently is a trial going on in California involving a woman who was among hundreds of investors who claimed
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‘Mini-Madoff’ Associate Gets 6.5 Years For Ponzi Scheme
By Suevon Lee for Law360.com A former New York investment broker was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison by a
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Why Plaintiffs Firms Will Love DOL’s New Fiduciary Rules
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s fiduciary rules give more power to retirement savers, experts said,
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DOL Fiduciary Rule Can Save Investors $190B, Court Told
By Jimmy Hoover of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule for retirement investment advisers will save consumers
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SEC Eyeing Advisers’ Share Class Conflicts Of Interest
By Jody Godoy of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission told financial advisers on Wednesday that it will start
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Department of Labor Rolls Out New Rules for Financial Advisers: What They Mean for Reporters
by Jennifer Backer The Donald W. Reynolds National Center of Business Journalism Despite a shift towards more transparency in the
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The SEC and Finra Tighten Their Grip on Money Laundering Violations
Regulators are clamping down on money laundering violations among brokerdealers in firms of all sizes, regardless if they have the
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Massachusetts Looks to Hammer Shady Brokers
The top 241 firms in Massachusetts with an above average number of reps with misconduct reports on their records are being
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SEC Bans Broker For Fraud in Tobacco Scheme
Lee Weiss, a Massachusetts resident, was banned from the brokerage and investment industry for a fraud scheme revolving around tobacco. He
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New Regulations Aimed at Ensuring Safety of Temporary Outdoor Stages
The Indiana Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission has OK’d temporary regulations that cover the 2012 fair and festival season.
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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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Starr Austen & Miller Suspects the JOBS Act could Lead to Fraud Against Lay Investors
Mario Massillamany of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced an alert to the public today
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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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Jacqueline Jansing Plus 1 Year Old Passenger Injured In Accident On U.S. 421 At State Road 47
On June 15, 2012, at approximately 1:40 p.m. Jacqueline Jansing and her one year old passenger were headed northbound on
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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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Starr Austen & Miller Investigates Facebook IPO And Potential Securities Fraud
Mario Massillamany  announced today that the firm is investigating the recent Facebook IPO and any possible securities fraud that occurred
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