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Class Actions

Beware of Annuity Exchanges
Beware of Annuity Exchanges!
by Scott Starr Annuities are some of the highest commission products available for an insurance agent or a stockbroker to
Read more.
Stock Fraudsters Prey on the Retired
Starr Austen & Miller has represented over 1,400 investors who have lost their hard earned savings to bad brokers and
Read more.
10th Circ. Sides With DOL In Row Over New Fiduciary Rule
By Dave Simpson of Law360.com A Tenth Circuit panel Tuesday affirmed a decision upholding the U.S. Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule
Read more.
Adviser admits defrauding former [Indianapolis] Colt of $4.7M
“Anyone can be the victim of securities fraud. See the Indianapolis Business Journal article below. If you or a loved
Read more.
Pastor, Partner Must Pay $9M To Settle Fraud Allegations
By: Dean Seal of Law360.com A Florida federal judge on Monday ordered a fund run entirely by a North Carolina man and
Read more.
Indiana woman indicted in 'largest coordinated sweep' of elder fraud cases in history
Indiana woman indicted in ‘largest coordinated sweep’ of elder fraud cases in history
By: Jordan Fischer of TheIndyChannel.com A Morgan County woman was charged in federal court Wednesday as part of what the Department of
Read more.
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
By Nick McGill of Fox59.com Advocates for the elderly are calling new rules designed to help protect the elderly from
Read more.
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
By Dave Stafford / The Indiana Lawyer A former finance company chief with a history of securities law violations has
Read more.
SEC Accuses Accounting Firm Of Fraud Over Microcap Audits
By Jon Hill of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday accused a California-based public accounting firm and a number
Read more.
Top investor threats revealed
Top Investor Threats Revealed
By The Herald-Tribune Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has released the annual list of top investor threats and reminded
Read more.

Securities Fraud

Beware of Annuity Exchanges
Beware of Annuity Exchanges!
by Scott Starr Annuities are some of the highest commission products available for an insurance agent or a stockbroker to
Read more.
Stock Fraudsters Prey on the Retired
Starr Austen & Miller has represented over 1,400 investors who have lost their hard earned savings to bad brokers and
Read more.
10th Circ. Sides With DOL In Row Over New Fiduciary Rule
By Dave Simpson of Law360.com A Tenth Circuit panel Tuesday affirmed a decision upholding the U.S. Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule
Read more.
Adviser admits defrauding former [Indianapolis] Colt of $4.7M
“Anyone can be the victim of securities fraud. See the Indianapolis Business Journal article below. If you or a loved
Read more.
Pastor, Partner Must Pay $9M To Settle Fraud Allegations
By: Dean Seal of Law360.com A Florida federal judge on Monday ordered a fund run entirely by a North Carolina man and
Read more.
Indiana woman indicted in 'largest coordinated sweep' of elder fraud cases in history
Indiana woman indicted in ‘largest coordinated sweep’ of elder fraud cases in history
By: Jordan Fischer of TheIndyChannel.com A Morgan County woman was charged in federal court Wednesday as part of what the Department of
Read more.
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
By Nick McGill of Fox59.com Advocates for the elderly are calling new rules designed to help protect the elderly from
Read more.
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
By Dave Stafford / The Indiana Lawyer A former finance company chief with a history of securities law violations has
Read more.
SEC Accuses Accounting Firm Of Fraud Over Microcap Audits
By Jon Hill of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday accused a California-based public accounting firm and a number
Read more.
Top investor threats revealed
Top Investor Threats Revealed
By The Herald-Tribune Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has released the annual list of top investor threats and reminded
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

Beware of Annuity Exchanges
Beware of Annuity Exchanges!
by Scott Starr Annuities are some of the highest commission products available for an insurance agent or a stockbroker to
Read more.
Stock Fraudsters Prey on the Retired
Starr Austen & Miller has represented over 1,400 investors who have lost their hard earned savings to bad brokers and
Read more.
10th Circ. Sides With DOL In Row Over New Fiduciary Rule
By Dave Simpson of Law360.com A Tenth Circuit panel Tuesday affirmed a decision upholding the U.S. Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule
Read more.
Adviser admits defrauding former [Indianapolis] Colt of $4.7M
“Anyone can be the victim of securities fraud. See the Indianapolis Business Journal article below. If you or a loved
Read more.
Pastor, Partner Must Pay $9M To Settle Fraud Allegations
By: Dean Seal of Law360.com A Florida federal judge on Monday ordered a fund run entirely by a North Carolina man and
Read more.
Indiana woman indicted in 'largest coordinated sweep' of elder fraud cases in history
Indiana woman indicted in ‘largest coordinated sweep’ of elder fraud cases in history
By: Jordan Fischer of TheIndyChannel.com A Morgan County woman was charged in federal court Wednesday as part of what the Department of
Read more.
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
By Nick McGill of Fox59.com Advocates for the elderly are calling new rules designed to help protect the elderly from
Read more.
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
By Dave Stafford / The Indiana Lawyer A former finance company chief with a history of securities law violations has
Read more.
SEC Accuses Accounting Firm Of Fraud Over Microcap Audits
By Jon Hill of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday accused a California-based public accounting firm and a number
Read more.
Top investor threats revealed
Top Investor Threats Revealed
By The Herald-Tribune Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has released the annual list of top investor threats and reminded
Read more.

Latest News

Beware of Annuity Exchanges
Beware of Annuity Exchanges!
by Scott Starr Annuities are some of the highest commission products available for an insurance agent or a stockbroker to
Read more.
Stock Fraudsters Prey on the Retired
Starr Austen & Miller has represented over 1,400 investors who have lost their hard earned savings to bad brokers and
Read more.
10th Circ. Sides With DOL In Row Over New Fiduciary Rule
By Dave Simpson of Law360.com A Tenth Circuit panel Tuesday affirmed a decision upholding the U.S. Department of Labor’s new fiduciary rule
Read more.
Adviser admits defrauding former [Indianapolis] Colt of $4.7M
“Anyone can be the victim of securities fraud. See the Indianapolis Business Journal article below. If you or a loved
Read more.
Pastor, Partner Must Pay $9M To Settle Fraud Allegations
By: Dean Seal of Law360.com A Florida federal judge on Monday ordered a fund run entirely by a North Carolina man and
Read more.
Indiana woman indicted in 'largest coordinated sweep' of elder fraud cases in history
Indiana woman indicted in ‘largest coordinated sweep’ of elder fraud cases in history
By: Jordan Fischer of TheIndyChannel.com A Morgan County woman was charged in federal court Wednesday as part of what the Department of
Read more.
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
New rules look to help elderly fraud victims
By Nick McGill of Fox59.com Advocates for the elderly are calling new rules designed to help protect the elderly from
Read more.
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
Judge orders ex-CEO to pay nearly $850K in Veros Ponzi scheme
By Dave Stafford / The Indiana Lawyer A former finance company chief with a history of securities law violations has
Read more.
SEC Accuses Accounting Firm Of Fraud Over Microcap Audits
By Jon Hill of Law360.com The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday accused a California-based public accounting firm and a number
Read more.
Top investor threats revealed
Top Investor Threats Revealed
By The Herald-Tribune Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has released the annual list of top investor threats and reminded
Read more.

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