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Class Actions

Attorney Mario Massillamany has announced that Starr Austen & Miller has filed a complaint today on behalf of 48 victims
Some victims of the Sugarland stage collapse have looked for compensation for their medical bills and injuries caused as a
Starr Austen & Miller is investigating engine compartment fires in certain models of the Mini Cooper. The National Highway Traffic
Logansport, IN, October 21, 2011 – Mario Massillamany of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced
Starr Austen and Miller LLP is investigating the listeria outbreak in the United States.  Jensen Farms in Colorado has been
-- Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) Hearing to Determine Where Nationwide Class Action Cases Will Be Heard Logansport, IN, September 27, 2011
Indiana Golf Course Company And Pennsylvania Homeowner File Class Action Lawsuit Alleging DuPont's New Herbicide Imprelis ® Causing Death Of
Lawyers use United Financial decision to make their argument. The gift of estate planning services that Portland, Ind., resident Jeffrey

Securities Fraud

Former heavy-hitter stockbroker Buck charged with fraud
By Indianapolis Business Journal staff Thomas. J. Buck, a former top investment broker who was fired by the local office
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
The United States Securities & Exchange Commission recently sued a Colorado investment advisor for fraudulently convincing his clients to invest
The Indiana Secretary of State, Connie Lawson, is conducting a “Movie And A Meal” tour around the State of Indiana
Three members of The Dane Group sentenced for securities fraud
By Current Publishing -- According to a press release sent to Current from the Office of the Indiana Secretary of
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
Last year MetLife and one of its subsidiaries were assessed $15 million in punitive damages by a jury for its
In the United States Supreme Court case of Basic, Inc. v. Levinson, 485 U.S. 224 (1988), the Court ruled that
Starr Austen & Miller has represented over a thousand victims of either investment advisor negligence or stockbroker fraud.  In almost
By: Indianapolis Business Journal Staff and Associated Press The state has reached a $275,000 settlement with NYLife Securities LLC over

Ponzi Schemes

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By Michael Petro -- Buffalo Law Journal Statutory enactments by federal financial regulatory and various state enforcement agencies have made
Agencies brought more cases against registered advisers than unregistered entities, and certain products featured in many of them By Mark
The firm allegedly failed to provide about 2,700 customers waivers tied to upfront sale charges By Christine Idzelis A
Louis D. Dworsky was found in breach of promissory notes when he left the brokerage firm By Christine Idzelis
Finra said the adviser misled five IRA customers and then did not give an honest account of his actions
Robert Edward Loftus was discharged in 2013 and found in breach of a promissory note By Christine Idzelis Broker
Individuals that contribute to a Delta Air Lines Inc. 401(k) plan have sued sections of Fidelity Investments, on the claim of
In a better-than-average outcome, more than 90 investors who lost $9.7 million in a securities fraud debacle will recover a
You may dream of someday passing down your family farm and your legacy to the next generation, but are you
Indianapolis-based accounting firm DeWitt & Shrader PC agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a receiver appointed for Samex Capital

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