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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

Indiana investment adviser sentenced to prison for fraud
Indiana investment adviser sentenced to prison for fraud
From The Indiana Gazette Acting U.S. Attorney Soo C. Song announced Monday that former Indiana investment adviser Bernard Parker was
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Never Invest in a Company Started or Managed by Your Stockbroker, Insurance Agent, or Investment Advisor
The United States Securities & Exchange Commission recently sued a Colorado investment advisor for fraudulently convincing his clients to invest
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Indiana’s Secretary of State’s Efforts to Educate Hoosiers about Securities and Investment Fraud
The Indiana Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, is conducting a “Movie And A Meal” tour around the State of Indiana
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Three members of The Dane Group sentenced for securities fraud
Three members of The Dane Group sentenced for securities fraud
By Current Publishing — currentinwestfield.com According to a press release sent to Current from the Office of the Indiana Secretary of
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Chicago 'Mini-Madoff' Gets Nearly 6 Years In $1.7M Fraud
Chicago ‘Mini-Madoff’ Gets Nearly 6 Years In $1.7M Fraud
By Jon Hill of Law360.com A 26-year-old Chicago man was sentenced Wednesday in Illinois federal court to nearly six years behind bars
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NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
A Long Island man imprisoned for running a foreign exchange scheme was accused on Monday by the U.S. Commodity Futures
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Fallen Financier Gets 3 Years For $23M Commodities Fraud
Fallen Financier Gets 3 Years For $23M Commodities Fraud
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday sentenced fraudster Haena Park, who left dozens of friends and family members in financial
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Feds Bust Another Ticket Resale Ponzi, Say CEO Took $70M
Feds Bust Another Ticket Resale Ponzi, Say CEO Took $70M
Federal prosecutors accused a Long Island, New York, man on Wednesday of defrauding investors in a ticket resale business out
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Hedge Fund Manager Cops Guity Plea for Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme
Hedge Fund Manager Cops Guity Plea for Multi-Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme
Recently a Virginia hedge fund manager pled guilty to a $9 million Ponzi scheme. The case dealt with over 50
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PNC Bank Asks 6th Circ. To Back $70M Ponzi Suit Dismissal
PNC Bank Asks 6th Circ. To Back $70M Ponzi Suit Dismissal
PNC Bank NA has urged the Sixth Circuit to uphold the dismissal of a proposed class action brought by investors
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Ponzi Schemes

NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
NY Forex Trader Imprisoned For $1.5M Fraud Sued By CFTC
A Long Island man imprisoned for running a foreign exchange scheme was accused on Monday by the U.S. Commodity Futures
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Fallen Financier Gets 3 Years For $23M Commodities Fraud
Fallen Financier Gets 3 Years For $23M Commodities Fraud
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday sentenced fraudster Haena Park, who left dozens of friends and family members in financial
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Feds Bust Another Ticket Resale Ponzi, Say CEO Took $70M
Feds Bust Another Ticket Resale Ponzi, Say CEO Took $70M
Federal prosecutors accused a Long Island, New York, man on Wednesday of defrauding investors in a ticket resale business out
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Latest News

SEC Settles With Fraudster Over $6M Startup Stock Scheme
SEC Settles With Fraudster Over $6M Startup Stock Scheme
By Jon Hill of Law360.com A New Jersey man struck a deal in New Jersey federal court on Friday to settle the
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Feds Crack Down On $147M Boiler Room Scheme
Feds Crack Down On $147M Boiler Room Scheme
Federal prosecutors and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission brought charges Wednesday against more than a dozen individuals they alleged
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$10M from 122 elderly West Side victims in reverse mortgage scheme
Man accused of stealing $10M from 122 elderly West Side victims in reverse mortgage scheme
The Federal Trade Commission filed a civil suit against him in 2003. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
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Advisers must protect elderly from financial fraud
Advisers must protect elderly from financial fraud
The elderly are targeted by fraudsters because they often have a pile of savings and a steady stream of income.
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SEC Cracks Down On Bogus News Articles Promoting Stocks
SEC Cracks Down On Bogus News Articles Promoting Stocks
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday announced a major dragnet of stock promotion schemes that disguised promotions as
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FINRA’s Judges To Review Other Penalties, Harm To Elderly
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority updated its sanctions guide on Monday to make sure its in-house judges consider whether accused
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Former Indiana televangelist faces charges
Seventy-one-year-old William E. Tully is charged with selling unregistered securities and corrupt business influence.
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FINRA Tackles Senior Financial Exploitation
FINRA Tackles Senior Financial Exploitation
By the year 2050, the number of U.S. residents 65 and older is projected to more than double — from
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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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