- Our Blog
As our viewers are aware, we filed suit against Lower Merion Township regarding its illegal firearm ordinance on March 20, 2015 and its request for a Stay was denied on May 14, 2015. In litigating this matter, on April 30, 2015, I filed a Right to Know Law (RTKL) request seeking documents in the Township’s possession relating to Section 109-16, since the Township filed Preli ...
Oil and Gas Company and Its Founder Charged with Fraud Posted on Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 4:43 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: The SEC filed suit against Texas businessman Brian J. Polito and his company GC Resources, LLC for defrauding investors through the sale of interests in oil and gas wells that the company never owned. According to the SEC, Brian J.
In 2009, General Motors (GM) filed for reorganization bankruptcy1 under Chapter 11 of the United States Code and the case was widely considered to be one of the largest bankruptcies filed by a corporation ever filed under Chapter 11. As part of the reorganization, a “New GM” was formed and a judge relieved the new corporate entity of any liability that existed in relation to the old company.
Charles N. Nilosek and Position Benefits LLC—Unregistered Investment Advisor May 21, 2015 Charles N. Nilosek Allegedly Acted as Unregistered Investment Adviser; Sold Unregistered Securities, Mostly to Seniors Charles N. Nilosek, of Plymouth, Massachusetts, allegedly acted as an unregistered investment adviser while selling risky unregistered securities to Massachusetts inve ...
Robert L. Gavin, and Daniel J. Hogan, North Dakota Developments LLC — Housing Fraud May 20, 2015 North Dakota Developments LLC, Robert L. Gavin, and Daniel J. Hogan Allegedly Took Part in Fraudulent Practices Regarding Bakken Oil Field Housing Developments North Dakota Developments LLC (NDD), Robert L. Gavin, and Daniel J.
Anthony Spagnolo, III—Opening Customer Accounts Without Authorization May 16, 2015 Anthony Spagnolo, III Allegedly Opened Accounts on Behalf of Eight Customers and Initiated Trades in Said Accounts Without Proper Authorization Anthony Spagnolo, III allegedly opened accounts on behalf of eight customers without their authorization, and initiated trades in said accounts without their authoriza.
Michael John Dell’ Olio—Dishonest and Unethical Practices, Including Borrowing from Clients May 14, 2015 Michael John Dell’ Olio Allegedly Engaged in Dishonest and Unethical Practices, Including Borrowing from a Client, Making False Statements, and Forging Documents Michael John Dell’ Olio, formerly of North Atlantic Securities, LLC, allegedly engaged in dishonest and unethical practices, in.
John Michael Bannon- Customer Fund Conversion May 13, 2015 John Michael Bannon Allegedly Converted $74,000 in Customer Funds John Michael Bannon, during April of 2015, allegedly converted at least $74,000 in customer funds, and FINRA has been investigating said allegations, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC).
Natalie Hall—Forgery of Customer Signatures May 12, 2015 Natalie Hall Allegedly Forged Customer Signatures on an Outgoing Wire Transfer Form and also on an Electronic Funds Transfer Service Form Natalie Hall allegedly copied and pasted a customer’s signature on an Outgoing Wire Transfer Request Form, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC).
Stifel Broker Lanis Dale Noble—Churning, Breach of Fiduciary Duty Allegations May 11, 2015 Lanis Dale Noble, Formerly of Stifel Nicolaus, Allegedly Churned and Engaged in Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lanis Dale Noble, formerly of Stifel Nicolaus, allegedly engaged in churning and breach of fiduciary duty, amongst other charges, according to a recently disclosed FINRA dispute resolution document.
1st Discount Brokerage and Mark Miller— Facilitating Customer Liquidations May 10, 2015 1st Discount Brokerage and Mark Miller Allegedly Liquidated Low-priced Securities and Wired Sale Proceeds to Outside Account without Re-investment 1st Discount Brokerage and Mark Miller allegedly facilitated, between December 2009 and July 2010, customer liquidations of approximately 7,764,600 shares from.
Lenders can join the growing ranks of financial professionals utilizing Docket Alarm to enhance their businesses. Not merely for attorneys, Docket Alarm’s search and analytics platform help lenders easily conduct due diligence and even automate due diligence tasks. This is most beneficial when information on a potential borrower is scarce.
When you bring a pet into your family, the decision comes with a responsibility and a liability. Dogs and cats have always been favorite pets; however, there are also various other pets that are favored. These include birds, snakes, other reptiles, primates, rats, and larger cats. When you decide to own a pet, the decision comes with a responsibility and a liability.
Investment Schemes Targeting Retirees May 5, 2015 More and More Financial Schemes Targeting Seniors and Retirees As more and more baby boomers enter their retirement years and the economy remains flat, a growing number of reports are surfacing that more and more financial schemes are targeting seniors.
What is a San Diego Trust and Will Trial Lawyer Anyway??? Posted May 28, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trust Contests, Will Contests. There’s two ingredients to every good Trust and Will trial lawyer: (1) an in-depth knowledge of Trust and Will law, plus (2) an in-depth knowledge of civil litigation. Many lawyers know one or the other, but not both.
As it happens there is a significant difference in being delinquent in repaying a student loan and being in default in the repayment of a student loan. There is a further difference between delinquency and default for federally issued or guaranteed student loans and private student loans originating from commercial lenders, as well as for the methods of collection available bet ...
Safe driving requires meticulous attention to the road and the cars you’re sharing it with. One small mistake could be end in catastrophe for you, a passenger, a fellow driver or pedestrian. There are a million little things that can take our focus off the road, and needing to pee can be among the most dangerous of distractions.
In the context of the minimum wage is often scolded about timekeeping, it is a bureaucratic monster. Unfortunately, there are cases that give such monsters food. An employee has been terminated. Now there is to pay the overtime. In this company the employee had indeed a 40 h – week. Often, however, he had already worked out on Thursday afternoon these hours. So stakes were from morning 6.