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

Class Actions

Advisers Could be Mishandling Your Assets, Says SEC
In a recent investor alert, the Securities and Exchange Commission warned that it has found significant deficiencies in the way
Read more.
Sizable Verdict Reaffirms Need for Due Diligence in Selecting Motor Carriers
A recent verdict entered against a transportation broker for negligent hiring should motivate companies to revisit their own company policies
Read more.
Schwab Ruling Favors Broker-dealers, Disserves Average Investors
A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. hearing panel dismissed two of three counts FINRA brought against Charles Schwab Corp. a
Read more.
Older Americans Losing Big in Speculative Investments
Retirement savers across the U.S. are experiencing steep losses of their investments made in complex financial products that until a
Read more.
Do Cell Phone Policies Leave Companies Off the Hook?
The recent uptick of distracted driving lawsuits and hefty jury verdicts provides a lesson for companies: have a clear cell
Read more.
SIFMA nudging SEC to implement uniform fiduciary standard of care
T. Timothy Ryan Jr., president and chief executive of SIFMA, told reporters he wants constructive dialogue to begin as soon
Read more.
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
Read more.
Fall Protection Equipment Requires Regular Inspection
Deterioration of fall protection is one reason why injuries and deaths from severe falls at work sites go up. Factors
Read more.
A Few Simple Ways to Prevent Bad Investments
Investments need to match your goals and tolerance for risk. Brokers are legally responsible for putting you in investments appropriate
Read more.
Fiduciary Liability: CGL Policy Enough or Not?
The Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission have been considering a change in the definition of “fiduciary”
Read more.

Securities Fraud

Advisers Could be Mishandling Your Assets, Says SEC
In a recent investor alert, the Securities and Exchange Commission warned that it has found significant deficiencies in the way
Read more.
Sizable Verdict Reaffirms Need for Due Diligence in Selecting Motor Carriers
A recent verdict entered against a transportation broker for negligent hiring should motivate companies to revisit their own company policies
Read more.
Schwab Ruling Favors Broker-dealers, Disserves Average Investors
A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. hearing panel dismissed two of three counts FINRA brought against Charles Schwab Corp. a
Read more.
Older Americans Losing Big in Speculative Investments
Retirement savers across the U.S. are experiencing steep losses of their investments made in complex financial products that until a
Read more.
Do Cell Phone Policies Leave Companies Off the Hook?
The recent uptick of distracted driving lawsuits and hefty jury verdicts provides a lesson for companies: have a clear cell
Read more.
SIFMA nudging SEC to implement uniform fiduciary standard of care
T. Timothy Ryan Jr., president and chief executive of SIFMA, told reporters he wants constructive dialogue to begin as soon
Read more.
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
Read more.
Fall Protection Equipment Requires Regular Inspection
Deterioration of fall protection is one reason why injuries and deaths from severe falls at work sites go up. Factors
Read more.
A Few Simple Ways to Prevent Bad Investments
Investments need to match your goals and tolerance for risk. Brokers are legally responsible for putting you in investments appropriate
Read more.
Fiduciary Liability: CGL Policy Enough or Not?
The Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission have been considering a change in the definition of “fiduciary”
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

Advisers Could be Mishandling Your Assets, Says SEC
In a recent investor alert, the Securities and Exchange Commission warned that it has found significant deficiencies in the way
Read more.
Sizable Verdict Reaffirms Need for Due Diligence in Selecting Motor Carriers
A recent verdict entered against a transportation broker for negligent hiring should motivate companies to revisit their own company policies
Read more.
Schwab Ruling Favors Broker-dealers, Disserves Average Investors
A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. hearing panel dismissed two of three counts FINRA brought against Charles Schwab Corp. a
Read more.
Older Americans Losing Big in Speculative Investments
Retirement savers across the U.S. are experiencing steep losses of their investments made in complex financial products that until a
Read more.
Do Cell Phone Policies Leave Companies Off the Hook?
The recent uptick of distracted driving lawsuits and hefty jury verdicts provides a lesson for companies: have a clear cell
Read more.
SIFMA nudging SEC to implement uniform fiduciary standard of care
T. Timothy Ryan Jr., president and chief executive of SIFMA, told reporters he wants constructive dialogue to begin as soon
Read more.
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
Read more.
Fall Protection Equipment Requires Regular Inspection
Deterioration of fall protection is one reason why injuries and deaths from severe falls at work sites go up. Factors
Read more.
A Few Simple Ways to Prevent Bad Investments
Investments need to match your goals and tolerance for risk. Brokers are legally responsible for putting you in investments appropriate
Read more.
Fiduciary Liability: CGL Policy Enough or Not?
The Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission have been considering a change in the definition of “fiduciary”
Read more.

Latest News

Advisers Could be Mishandling Your Assets, Says SEC
In a recent investor alert, the Securities and Exchange Commission warned that it has found significant deficiencies in the way
Read more.
Sizable Verdict Reaffirms Need for Due Diligence in Selecting Motor Carriers
A recent verdict entered against a transportation broker for negligent hiring should motivate companies to revisit their own company policies
Read more.
Schwab Ruling Favors Broker-dealers, Disserves Average Investors
A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. hearing panel dismissed two of three counts FINRA brought against Charles Schwab Corp. a
Read more.
Older Americans Losing Big in Speculative Investments
Retirement savers across the U.S. are experiencing steep losses of their investments made in complex financial products that until a
Read more.
Do Cell Phone Policies Leave Companies Off the Hook?
The recent uptick of distracted driving lawsuits and hefty jury verdicts provides a lesson for companies: have a clear cell
Read more.
SIFMA nudging SEC to implement uniform fiduciary standard of care
T. Timothy Ryan Jr., president and chief executive of SIFMA, told reporters he wants constructive dialogue to begin as soon
Read more.
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
Read more.
Fall Protection Equipment Requires Regular Inspection
Deterioration of fall protection is one reason why injuries and deaths from severe falls at work sites go up. Factors
Read more.
A Few Simple Ways to Prevent Bad Investments
Investments need to match your goals and tolerance for risk. Brokers are legally responsible for putting you in investments appropriate
Read more.
Fiduciary Liability: CGL Policy Enough or Not?
The Department of Labor and the Securities and Exchange Commission have been considering a change in the definition of “fiduciary”
Read more.

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