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A private placement, also sometimes known as an unregistered offering, is a way for companies to raise money from investors without having to conduct a public offering. 
Private Placements 101
Sources: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Indiana Secretary of State What is a private placement? A private placement, also sometimes
Read more.
An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges Friday after admitting to conducting a fraud scheme that cost his clients and Internal Revenue Service more than $9.4 million, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.
Former Indianapolis payroll exec pleads guilty in $9.4M fraud scheme
By Indianapolis Business Journal Staff An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges
Read more.
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
By James Leggate of FOXBusiness.com A man who authorities said took advantage of his Amish heritage to recruit novice investors
Read more.
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
By Sandra Chapman of WTHR 13 in Indianapolis A Carmel, Indiana family is taking on one of the largest e-cigarette
Read more.
A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from a medical-device company accused by the federal government of paying off doctors to use its products, a recently filed federal whistleblower lawsuit reveals.
NWI tied to medical-device kickback scheme, federal lawsuit states
By Giles Bruce of The Northwest Indiana Times A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from
Read more.
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
NOTE: Andrew Miller is a partner at Starr Austen & Miller LLP. Mr. Miller’s client received a $225,000 settlement paid
Read more.
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
By Reenat Sinay of Law360.com The president of a major trucking company subsidiary defrauded investors by hiding losses through a
Read more.
3rd Circuit Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
3rd Circ. Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
By Emily Brill for Law360.com The Third Circuit breathed new life into a proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act class
Read more.
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
By: Tim Evans and Tony Cook, Indianapolis Star In court filings and responses to online complaints, Morris contends he merely
Read more.
SEC's Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
SEC’s Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
By Rachel Graf of Law360.com Seventy-nine investment advisers that self-reported steering clients to funds with relatively high fees have agreed
Read more.

Securities Fraud

A private placement, also sometimes known as an unregistered offering, is a way for companies to raise money from investors without having to conduct a public offering. 
Private Placements 101
Sources: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Indiana Secretary of State What is a private placement? A private placement, also sometimes
Read more.
An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges Friday after admitting to conducting a fraud scheme that cost his clients and Internal Revenue Service more than $9.4 million, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.
Former Indianapolis payroll exec pleads guilty in $9.4M fraud scheme
By Indianapolis Business Journal Staff An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges
Read more.
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
By James Leggate of FOXBusiness.com A man who authorities said took advantage of his Amish heritage to recruit novice investors
Read more.
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
By Sandra Chapman of WTHR 13 in Indianapolis A Carmel, Indiana family is taking on one of the largest e-cigarette
Read more.
A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from a medical-device company accused by the federal government of paying off doctors to use its products, a recently filed federal whistleblower lawsuit reveals.
NWI tied to medical-device kickback scheme, federal lawsuit states
By Giles Bruce of The Northwest Indiana Times A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from
Read more.
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
NOTE: Andrew Miller is a partner at Starr Austen & Miller LLP. Mr. Miller’s client received a $225,000 settlement paid
Read more.
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
By Reenat Sinay of Law360.com The president of a major trucking company subsidiary defrauded investors by hiding losses through a
Read more.
3rd Circuit Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
3rd Circ. Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
By Emily Brill for Law360.com The Third Circuit breathed new life into a proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act class
Read more.
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
By: Tim Evans and Tony Cook, Indianapolis Star In court filings and responses to online complaints, Morris contends he merely
Read more.
SEC's Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
SEC’s Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
By Rachel Graf of Law360.com Seventy-nine investment advisers that self-reported steering clients to funds with relatively high fees have agreed
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

A private placement, also sometimes known as an unregistered offering, is a way for companies to raise money from investors without having to conduct a public offering. 
Private Placements 101
Sources: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Indiana Secretary of State What is a private placement? A private placement, also sometimes
Read more.
An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges Friday after admitting to conducting a fraud scheme that cost his clients and Internal Revenue Service more than $9.4 million, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.
Former Indianapolis payroll exec pleads guilty in $9.4M fraud scheme
By Indianapolis Business Journal Staff An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges
Read more.
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
By James Leggate of FOXBusiness.com A man who authorities said took advantage of his Amish heritage to recruit novice investors
Read more.
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
By Sandra Chapman of WTHR 13 in Indianapolis A Carmel, Indiana family is taking on one of the largest e-cigarette
Read more.
A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from a medical-device company accused by the federal government of paying off doctors to use its products, a recently filed federal whistleblower lawsuit reveals.
NWI tied to medical-device kickback scheme, federal lawsuit states
By Giles Bruce of The Northwest Indiana Times A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from
Read more.
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
NOTE: Andrew Miller is a partner at Starr Austen & Miller LLP. Mr. Miller’s client received a $225,000 settlement paid
Read more.
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
By Reenat Sinay of Law360.com The president of a major trucking company subsidiary defrauded investors by hiding losses through a
Read more.
3rd Circuit Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
3rd Circ. Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
By Emily Brill for Law360.com The Third Circuit breathed new life into a proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act class
Read more.
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
By: Tim Evans and Tony Cook, Indianapolis Star In court filings and responses to online complaints, Morris contends he merely
Read more.
SEC's Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
SEC’s Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
By Rachel Graf of Law360.com Seventy-nine investment advisers that self-reported steering clients to funds with relatively high fees have agreed
Read more.

Latest News

A private placement, also sometimes known as an unregistered offering, is a way for companies to raise money from investors without having to conduct a public offering. 
Private Placements 101
Sources: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Indiana Secretary of State What is a private placement? A private placement, also sometimes
Read more.
An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges Friday after admitting to conducting a fraud scheme that cost his clients and Internal Revenue Service more than $9.4 million, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced.
Former Indianapolis payroll exec pleads guilty in $9.4M fraud scheme
By Indianapolis Business Journal Staff An Indianapolis man who operated a downtown payroll services business pleaded guilty to federal charges
Read more.
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
Amish businessman ordered to pay $5.2M in scam targeting his own community
By James Leggate of FOXBusiness.com A man who authorities said took advantage of his Amish heritage to recruit novice investors
Read more.
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
Indiana family files lawsuit against e-cigarette manufacturer
By Sandra Chapman of WTHR 13 in Indianapolis A Carmel, Indiana family is taking on one of the largest e-cigarette
Read more.
A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from a medical-device company accused by the federal government of paying off doctors to use its products, a recently filed federal whistleblower lawsuit reveals.
NWI tied to medical-device kickback scheme, federal lawsuit states
By Giles Bruce of The Northwest Indiana Times A surgeon with ties to Northwest Indiana received millions of dollars from
Read more.
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
Bishop Timothy L. Doherty’s statement on Father David Hasser
NOTE: Andrew Miller is a partner at Starr Austen & Miller LLP. Mr. Miller’s client received a $225,000 settlement paid
Read more.
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
SEC Sues Trucking Co. Exec Over Vehicle-Swapping Scheme
By Reenat Sinay of Law360.com The president of a major trucking company subsidiary defrauded investors by hiding losses through a
Read more.
3rd Circuit Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
3rd Circ. Revives ERISA Class Action Against UPenn
By Emily Brill for Law360.com The Third Circuit breathed new life into a proposed Employee Retirement Income Security Act class
Read more.
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
Investors say ex-‘Fox & Friends’ host turned them into unwitting slumlords
By: Tim Evans and Tony Cook, Indianapolis Star In court filings and responses to online complaints, Morris contends he merely
Read more.
SEC's Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
SEC’s Self-Report Project Nabs $125M In Deals With 79 Firms
By Rachel Graf of Law360.com Seventy-nine investment advisers that self-reported steering clients to funds with relatively high fees have agreed
Read more.

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