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Class Actions

U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in
U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana (from Indianapolis
Read more.
New Albany, Indiana Man Arrested on Multiple Counts of Securities Fraud and Theft
By Lindsey Holmes of tristatehomepage.com A New Albany man is in jail Thursday night after a 13-month investigation revealed he
Read more.
Whistleblower Tips, Recoveries on the Rise
By Michael Petro — Buffalo Law Journal Statutory enactments by federal financial regulatory and various state enforcement agencies have made
Read more.
Biz Group Loses Stay Bid In DOL Fiduciary Rule Challenge
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com A D.C. federal judge on Wednesday denied a renewed request by a financial services
Read more.
FINRA Fines Ameriprise For Missing Fraudulent Transfers
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. agreed Wednesday to pay a fine to settle the Financial Industry
Read more.
DOL Gets First Victory In Fiduciary Rule Challenges
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s so-called fiduciary rule for retirement account investment advisers was
Read more.
Trader Charged For $9M Ponzi Scheme Not Singled Out: Judge
By Joyce Hanson of Law360.com An Illinois federal judge on Thursday refused to dismiss an indictment against a Chicago trader
Read more.
U.S. Takes Down Call-Center Financial Scam
Officials allege people impersonating IRS, immigration officials extracted more than $250 million from victims By Miriam Jordan of The Wall
Read more.
Florida Man Gets 17 Years For Currency Trading Fraud Scheme
A Florida man was sentenced Tuesday in Miami to more than 17 years in federal prison for duping about 300
Read more.
SEC sets record in enforcement actions against investment advisers
Uptick in adviser crackdown attributed to better data analytics and agency’s new unit focused on asset management By Mark Schoeff Jr.
Read more.

Securities Fraud

U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in
U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana (from Indianapolis
Read more.
New Albany, Indiana Man Arrested on Multiple Counts of Securities Fraud and Theft
By Lindsey Holmes of tristatehomepage.com A New Albany man is in jail Thursday night after a 13-month investigation revealed he
Read more.
Whistleblower Tips, Recoveries on the Rise
By Michael Petro — Buffalo Law Journal Statutory enactments by federal financial regulatory and various state enforcement agencies have made
Read more.
Biz Group Loses Stay Bid In DOL Fiduciary Rule Challenge
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com A D.C. federal judge on Wednesday denied a renewed request by a financial services
Read more.
FINRA Fines Ameriprise For Missing Fraudulent Transfers
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. agreed Wednesday to pay a fine to settle the Financial Industry
Read more.
DOL Gets First Victory In Fiduciary Rule Challenges
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s so-called fiduciary rule for retirement account investment advisers was
Read more.
Trader Charged For $9M Ponzi Scheme Not Singled Out: Judge
By Joyce Hanson of Law360.com An Illinois federal judge on Thursday refused to dismiss an indictment against a Chicago trader
Read more.
U.S. Takes Down Call-Center Financial Scam
Officials allege people impersonating IRS, immigration officials extracted more than $250 million from victims By Miriam Jordan of The Wall
Read more.
Florida Man Gets 17 Years For Currency Trading Fraud Scheme
A Florida man was sentenced Tuesday in Miami to more than 17 years in federal prison for duping about 300
Read more.
SEC sets record in enforcement actions against investment advisers
Uptick in adviser crackdown attributed to better data analytics and agency’s new unit focused on asset management By Mark Schoeff Jr.
Read more.

Ponzi Schemes

U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in
U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana (from Indianapolis
Read more.
New Albany, Indiana Man Arrested on Multiple Counts of Securities Fraud and Theft
By Lindsey Holmes of tristatehomepage.com A New Albany man is in jail Thursday night after a 13-month investigation revealed he
Read more.
Whistleblower Tips, Recoveries on the Rise
By Michael Petro — Buffalo Law Journal Statutory enactments by federal financial regulatory and various state enforcement agencies have made
Read more.
Biz Group Loses Stay Bid In DOL Fiduciary Rule Challenge
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com A D.C. federal judge on Wednesday denied a renewed request by a financial services
Read more.
FINRA Fines Ameriprise For Missing Fraudulent Transfers
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. agreed Wednesday to pay a fine to settle the Financial Industry
Read more.
DOL Gets First Victory In Fiduciary Rule Challenges
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s so-called fiduciary rule for retirement account investment advisers was
Read more.
Trader Charged For $9M Ponzi Scheme Not Singled Out: Judge
By Joyce Hanson of Law360.com An Illinois federal judge on Thursday refused to dismiss an indictment against a Chicago trader
Read more.
U.S. Takes Down Call-Center Financial Scam
Officials allege people impersonating IRS, immigration officials extracted more than $250 million from victims By Miriam Jordan of The Wall
Read more.
Florida Man Gets 17 Years For Currency Trading Fraud Scheme
A Florida man was sentenced Tuesday in Miami to more than 17 years in federal prison for duping about 300
Read more.
SEC sets record in enforcement actions against investment advisers
Uptick in adviser crackdown attributed to better data analytics and agency’s new unit focused on asset management By Mark Schoeff Jr.
Read more.

Latest News

U.S. Attorney announces that the Southern District of Indiana has collected 7.7 million dollars in criminal and civil actions in
U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler recently announced that his federal office collected for the Southern District of Indiana (from Indianapolis
Read more.
New Albany, Indiana Man Arrested on Multiple Counts of Securities Fraud and Theft
By Lindsey Holmes of tristatehomepage.com A New Albany man is in jail Thursday night after a 13-month investigation revealed he
Read more.
Whistleblower Tips, Recoveries on the Rise
By Michael Petro — Buffalo Law Journal Statutory enactments by federal financial regulatory and various state enforcement agencies have made
Read more.
Biz Group Loses Stay Bid In DOL Fiduciary Rule Challenge
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com A D.C. federal judge on Wednesday denied a renewed request by a financial services
Read more.
FINRA Fines Ameriprise For Missing Fraudulent Transfers
By Carmen Germaine of Law360.com Ameriprise Financial Services Inc. agreed Wednesday to pay a fine to settle the Financial Industry
Read more.
DOL Gets First Victory In Fiduciary Rule Challenges
By Y. Peter Kang of Law360.com The U.S. Department of Labor’s so-called fiduciary rule for retirement account investment advisers was
Read more.
Trader Charged For $9M Ponzi Scheme Not Singled Out: Judge
By Joyce Hanson of Law360.com An Illinois federal judge on Thursday refused to dismiss an indictment against a Chicago trader
Read more.
U.S. Takes Down Call-Center Financial Scam
Officials allege people impersonating IRS, immigration officials extracted more than $250 million from victims By Miriam Jordan of The Wall
Read more.
Florida Man Gets 17 Years For Currency Trading Fraud Scheme
A Florida man was sentenced Tuesday in Miami to more than 17 years in federal prison for duping about 300
Read more.
SEC sets record in enforcement actions against investment advisers
Uptick in adviser crackdown attributed to better data analytics and agency’s new unit focused on asset management By Mark Schoeff Jr.
Read more.

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