• So These Two Lawyers Walk Into A Bar . . . .

      What sounds like the start of a joke is no laughing matter–at least not for two White House attorneys. As widely reported last week, Don McGahn and Ty Cobb, President Trump’s lawyers, were overheard at a popular D.C. restaurant discussing/arguing about a highly confidential matter concerning their client: namely how cooperative The White House should be with Robert Mueller’s i ...

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  • Is Your Louisiana Employer or Other Louisiana Company Defrauding the Government?

    Our Louisiana Whistleblower Lawyers Help You Report False Claims Act Violations and Securities Fraud and Maximize Your Cash Award Our leading Louisiana whistleblower attorneys with MahanyLaw help individuals earn cash whistleblower awards for reporting the fraud, waste or abuse of government funds. Prominent national whistleblower lawyer Brian Mahany has hundred million and eve ...

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  • Defensive Driving Can Save Your Life

    The road is full of reckless, unpredictable drivers. Fortunately, defensive driving can decrease your risk of getting into an accident with a reckless driver and potentially save your life. The tips listed below can help make sure that you and your loved ones stay safe while on the road. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident due to the negligence of someone ...

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 10 readers -
  • Workplace Safety Checklist

    One of the most effective ways to keep a workplace safe is to design a workplace safety checklist. Workplace safety checklists can be used on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis so employers can identify hazards and ensure that those hazards do not cause accidents that lead to serious injuries. A workplace safety checklist can also be used to educate employees on how to minimize ...

    Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 10 readers -
  • Why You Should Never Post Accident Details on Social Media

    In 21st Century society, we interact on social media without even thinking a lot of the time. It’s a great way to post pictures and to stay in touch with family and friends across the globe. However, you should never post accident details on social media if you have been hurt. If you have been in a car accident, social media can make your personal injury claim more difficult.

    Michael West/ Law Office of Michael West- 4 readers -
  • ICBC Prosecution: Intersection of Customs Duty Evasion and Money Laundering

    Last year, Spanish authorities raided the Madrid offices of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. Police say the bank was at the center of a European money laundering operation. ICBC is billed as the world’s largest bank with approximately $3.5 trillion in assets. That story is back in the news as new details are emerging that suggest that senior bank officials had knowl ...

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  • Sinovac Biotech Discloses Possible FCPA Violations

    Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech disclosed that it is investigating possible violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). The disclosure is noteworthy because none of the possible violations are believed to have occurred in the United States nor is the company based here.

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  • Haitian Bribery Schemes & Whistleblower Awards

    Not too many years ago, Joseph Baptiste was a colonel in the United States Army. Today, he is facing years in prison after being charged with conspiracy to money launder and conspiracy to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Prosecutors say he pilfered money from a charity designed to help impoverished Haitians. They say he tried to use the money to bribe a high level Haitian official.

    Due Diligence- 10 readers -
  • Law360

    4 Takeaways From Hunton & Williams’ $34M Stanford Deal by Andrew Strickler | Link to original source (107K) Hunton & Williams LLP has become the latest law firm to settle allegations that it aided Robert Allen Stanford’s $7 billion Ponzi scheme, inking a $34 million deal that would benefit some of Stanford’s thousands of victims.

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  • Celebrity Fraud Schemes – Athletes and Celebrity Victims

    Celebrity Fraud Schemes – When Lawyers, Agents and Accountants Steal from Clients Today’s headline reads “Attorney Gets 18 Months for Defrauding NFL Players.” Previously, we have posted stories about Mike Tyson suing his investment adviser, Basketball great Tim Duncan losing $20 million to a different money adviser and a lawyer at a big named law firm assisting in a multimillion ...

    Due Diligence- 17 readers -
  • BREAKING NEWS: Allied Home Mortgage Ordered to Pay $268 Million!

    Jim Hodge and Allied Home Mortgage left a bad taste in the mouths of many Allied employees and homeowners too. Neither Hodge nor his mortgage company are strangers to controversy. The two have faced countless lawsuits by lenders, wage claims, arbitration claims by former branch managers, and enforcement actions by at least 9 states.

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