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Officials allege people impersonating IRS, immigration officials extracted more than $250 million from victims By Miriam Jordan of The Wall
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Uptick in adviser crackdown attributed to better data analytics and agency's new unit focused on asset management By Mark Schoeff Jr.
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Richard Collins ordered to pay $250,000, sentenced to prison By Elizabeth Depompei of newsandtribune.com A Charlestown man was ordered to
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Earlier this month, Indiana announced its first whistleblower award, giving $95,000 to a former JP Morgan official who helped the
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Software makers and speculators help to keep $47 million a year flowing through a world of fraudulent investment schemes. By
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By Bloomberg News A Missouri grain dealer who stole tens of millions of dollars from farmers may turn out to
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More than 20 shareholders from Cass, Pulaski spark local lawyer’s investigation PharosTribune.com By Mitchell Kirk More than 20 people from
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SEC complaint alleges Merrill Robertson Jr. and partner promised 20% and took client funds InvestmentNews.com By Liz Skinner Former Philadelphia
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A release from the TDCI says James Hugh Brennan III and Douglas Albert Dyer, co-owners operating Chattanooga-based Broad Street Ventures,
by Neil Weinberg, Bloomberg.com JPMorgan Chase & Co. has reached a settlement with Indiana regulators related to its asset management

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Scott Starr was recently featured in the “Leader in Litigation” series by Wilson, Kehoe & Winingham, a well-known law firm
CPAs should be on the front line alerting their clients to securities fraud much more frequently than they presently do.
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Mark S. Fryman, of the Indiana law firm of Starr Austen & Miller, LLP, announced today that the firm, along
The Department of the Treasury and the Department of Labor have proposed new regulations focused on providing 401(k) plan participants
State and local governments issuing bonds will now receive more information regarding the risks involved with complex financial transactions along
Court Case Helps Stall SEC Move to Increase Fiduciary Standard for Stockbrokers The push to make stockbrokers adhere to same
On Jan. 3, 2012, a final rule took effect from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the Pipeline and
Truck Accident Attorneys In Indiana Given Guidance About Expert Testimony Of Psychologists Regarding Cause Of Brain Injuries Being in an
Scott Starr, of the Indiana law firm of Starr, Austen & Miller, LLP, announced today that the firm is investigating
New research from the Center for Construction Research and Training, affiliated with the AFL-CIO, indicates that almost all construction workers

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