• Homeless Whistleblower Gets $140,000!

    Homeless Whistleblower Gets $140,000! February 6, 2016 by Brian Mahany Anyone Can Be A Whistleblower And Receive An Award – ANYONE! Just Ask Matthew Hay-Chapman We have long said that whistleblowers are the new American heroes. Most of the folks we encounter are hard working women and men who grow tired of seeing fraud, greed and corruption in their work place.

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  • St. Louis Accident Attorneys – Understanding Your Car’s Safety Features

    While there is no sure way to prevent auto accidents, safety features in cars can prevent accidents and reduce injuries. With technological advancements, more and more safety features are being added to cars. Each new model year brings cars with additional safety features and technological updates. While many of these updates are a positive development, new reports suggest that ...

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  • Important Update on Implementation of ATF-41F

    Rather than use the rulemaking process set forth in the Administrative Procedure Act, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (“ATF”) seemingly continues to release information in a haphazard manner that sows confusion among the very people striving to comply with its requirements.

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 6 readers -
  • Former Advisors Indicted in $35 Million Fraud Scheme

    Former Advisors Indicted in $35 Million Fraud Scheme Posted on Friday, February 5, 2016 at 5:41 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Angelo Alleca and Mark Morrow were indicted for their alleged involvement in a scheme that defrauded more than 300 investors of $35 million. During the time of the scheme, Alleca was president and COO of Summit Wealth Manag ...

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  • TD Bank VP Conviction Opens Door to Ponzi Scheme Victims

    TD Bank VP Conviction Opens Door to Ponzi Scheme Victims February 5, 2016 by Brian Mahany Last fall, former TD Bank regional vice president Frank Spinosa pleaded guilty to federal wire fraud charges in connection with a scheme to aid and abet a billion dollar Ponzi scheme. In December he was sentenced to 30 months in prison and must surrender next week to begin his sentence.

    Due Diligence- 9 readers -
  • NEXT Financial Group FIned $125K on Sales of UITs (Unit Investment Trusts)

    January 27, 2016 – Houston, Texas NEXT Financial Group, Inc. entered into a Letter of Acceptance Waiver and Consent (AWC) with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) to resolve allegations that from May 1, 2009- April 30, 2014, NEXT failed to apply sales charge discounts to certain customers’ eligible purchases of unit investment trusts (UITs) in violation of FINRA Rule 2010.

    Rex Securities Law- 12 readers -
  • Michael Malloy’s I–9 Corner

    In person and in print, Michael Malloy has been sharing his knowledge of I–9 compliance issues with Maine employers. Malloy spoke on legal issues relating to I–9 compliance to the Central Maine SHRM Chapter and the Lewiston—Auburn Metrop ...

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