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Get some of the latest news in Securities Fraud, Class Actions, Ponzi Schemes from Starr Austen & Miller.

Class Actions

Longer Prison Terms for Brokers Charged with Investment Fraud
In 2013, brokers charged with investment fraud were sentenced to a 33 percent longer jail sentence than in the previous year,
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Indianapolis Adviser Gets 10-Year Sentence
Kevin James, a former Indianapolis financial adviser, was sentenced by a federal judge to 10 years in prison and ordered
Read more.
SEC Charges Barclays $15 Million for Compliance Failures
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently imposed a $15 million fine on Barclays Capital Inc. to settle charges that it
Read more.
Settlement Close in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case
A settlement appears to be imminent between the two parties involved in the case arising from the collapse of the stage
Read more.
Morgan Stanley Fined $4.5M in Fraud and Negligence Case
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined Morgan Stanley & Co. $4.5 million in an arbitration dispute involving Morgan Stanley and
Read more.
Church Sues JPMorgan for Bad Investments
Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis recently filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co., alleging that the bank caused the
Read more.
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
Read more.
Keep Your Broker on Task
If your investments went south, would you be totally responsible, or could your broker share some responsibility? According to the
Read more.
Even Sophisticated Investors Can Be Duped
If Ball State University could be duped by an unscrupulous investment advisor, any other investor — including you — could
Read more.
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
Read more.

Securities Fraud

Longer Prison Terms for Brokers Charged with Investment Fraud
In 2013, brokers charged with investment fraud were sentenced to a 33 percent longer jail sentence than in the previous year,
Read more.
Indianapolis Adviser Gets 10-Year Sentence
Kevin James, a former Indianapolis financial adviser, was sentenced by a federal judge to 10 years in prison and ordered
Read more.
SEC Charges Barclays $15 Million for Compliance Failures
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently imposed a $15 million fine on Barclays Capital Inc. to settle charges that it
Read more.
Settlement Close in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case
A settlement appears to be imminent between the two parties involved in the case arising from the collapse of the stage
Read more.
Morgan Stanley Fined $4.5M in Fraud and Negligence Case
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined Morgan Stanley & Co. $4.5 million in an arbitration dispute involving Morgan Stanley and
Read more.
Church Sues JPMorgan for Bad Investments
Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis recently filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co., alleging that the bank caused the
Read more.
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
Read more.
Keep Your Broker on Task
If your investments went south, would you be totally responsible, or could your broker share some responsibility? According to the
Read more.
Even Sophisticated Investors Can Be Duped
If Ball State University could be duped by an unscrupulous investment advisor, any other investor — including you — could
Read more.
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
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

Longer Prison Terms for Brokers Charged with Investment Fraud
In 2013, brokers charged with investment fraud were sentenced to a 33 percent longer jail sentence than in the previous year,
Read more.
Indianapolis Adviser Gets 10-Year Sentence
Kevin James, a former Indianapolis financial adviser, was sentenced by a federal judge to 10 years in prison and ordered
Read more.
SEC Charges Barclays $15 Million for Compliance Failures
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently imposed a $15 million fine on Barclays Capital Inc. to settle charges that it
Read more.
Settlement Close in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case
A settlement appears to be imminent between the two parties involved in the case arising from the collapse of the stage
Read more.
Morgan Stanley Fined $4.5M in Fraud and Negligence Case
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined Morgan Stanley & Co. $4.5 million in an arbitration dispute involving Morgan Stanley and
Read more.
Church Sues JPMorgan for Bad Investments
Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis recently filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co., alleging that the bank caused the
Read more.
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
Read more.
Keep Your Broker on Task
If your investments went south, would you be totally responsible, or could your broker share some responsibility? According to the
Read more.
Even Sophisticated Investors Can Be Duped
If Ball State University could be duped by an unscrupulous investment advisor, any other investor — including you — could
Read more.
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
Read more.

Latest News

Longer Prison Terms for Brokers Charged with Investment Fraud
In 2013, brokers charged with investment fraud were sentenced to a 33 percent longer jail sentence than in the previous year,
Read more.
Indianapolis Adviser Gets 10-Year Sentence
Kevin James, a former Indianapolis financial adviser, was sentenced by a federal judge to 10 years in prison and ordered
Read more.
SEC Charges Barclays $15 Million for Compliance Failures
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently imposed a $15 million fine on Barclays Capital Inc. to settle charges that it
Read more.
Settlement Close in Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case
A settlement appears to be imminent between the two parties involved in the case arising from the collapse of the stage
Read more.
Morgan Stanley Fined $4.5M in Fraud and Negligence Case
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) fined Morgan Stanley & Co. $4.5 million in an arbitration dispute involving Morgan Stanley and
Read more.
Church Sues JPMorgan for Bad Investments
Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis recently filed a lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase & Co., alleging that the bank caused the
Read more.
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
Read more.
Keep Your Broker on Task
If your investments went south, would you be totally responsible, or could your broker share some responsibility? According to the
Read more.
Even Sophisticated Investors Can Be Duped
If Ball State University could be duped by an unscrupulous investment advisor, any other investor — including you — could
Read more.
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
Read more.

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