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California’s New “Right to Die” Signed Into Law As a business and intellectual property lawyer, it may seem strange to see me post about California’s new “right to die” law. However, like many lawyers and scholars, it’s an area that has always interested me, and one I’ve been published on in the past. (Click here for my comparison of U.S.
Hedge Fund Disaster Facilitated by Misleading Back-Test Posted on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 1:36 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: According to the New York Times, a Connecticut based hedge fund, Spruce Alpha LP Fund, misrepresented its performance to investors and has lost 48% of its value during the month of August 2015.
The Law Offices of L. Clayton Burgess 1330 Jackson St. Alexandria, LA 71301 West Louisiana Forestry Festival October 06, 2015 clayburgess Clay Burgess Alexandria Attorney. Personal Injury Lawyer Louisiana. L. Clayton Burgess, A Professional Law Corporation, specializes in handling personal injury claims. Our law firm is locate ...
Hundreds of residents will once again take to the public spaces for the National Night out Houma-Thibodaux area to get to know their local first responders and touch base with their neighbors in the annual National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday. Houma-Thibodaux Night Out Events HOUMA —Bayou Towers and Magnolia START Corp. groups: 4 p.m. at Bayou Towers. —Deweyville group: 5 p.m.
Most personal injury cases will never require litigation or ripen to the point of being resolved through a courtroom trial. More often than not, cases end through settlement. However, sometimes trial is necessary. What happens at trial in a personal injury case? The typical personal injury trial is structured around proving through a preponderance of the evidence that the defen ...
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) recently announced Lincoln Financial Advisors Corporation (“Lincoln Financial”) settled allegations it failed to adequately supervise its employees’ solicitation and sale of a hedge fund (offered as a sub-account to a private placement variable annuity (“PPVA”)).
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week, the focus this month on “What They Didn’t Teach You in Law School” is on representing a client with diminished mental capacity. According to the leading mental health organization in the country, 1 in 5 adults in the United States suffer from some form of mental health condition or disorder.
Louis Karl Kittlaus—False, Exaggerated, Unwarranted, and Misleading Statements September 8, 2015 Louis Karl Kittlaus Allegedly made False, Exaggerated, Unwarranted and Misleading Statements in a Communication He Distributed to the Public Louis Karl Kittlaus, registered with FINRA member firm Wall Street Strategies, Inc.
WSSI, Garry Savage– False, Exaggerated, Unwarranted, and Misleading Statements September 7, 2015 Wall Street Strategies, Inc. (WSSI), through Garry Savage, the Firm’s President and CEO, Allegedly Made False, Exaggerated, Unwarranted and Misleading Statements in a Communication He Distributed to the Public WSSI, through Garry Savage, the Firm’s President, Chief Executive Off ...
Wade Lawrence— Misappropriation of Client Funds September 7, 2015 Wade Lawrence Allegedly Misappropriated Client Funds, Collecting More than $2 Million from Would-be Investors Wade Lawrence allegedly misappropriated client funds, and collected more than $2 million from would-be investors, according to FINRA Documents currently under review by attorneys Joe Peiffer and Alan Rosca.
William B. Fretz, Jr. and John “Jack” P. Freeman—Investment Fraud September 6, 2015 William B. Fretz, Jr. and John “Jack” P. Freeman Allegedly Ran a Million Dollar Investment Scheme, Defrauding Friends and Family in a Private Equity Fund William B. Fretz, Jr. and John “Jack” P. Freeman allegedly ran a million dollar investment scheme which defrauded friends and family in a ...
Aegis Capital Corp—Unregistered Sales of Penny Stocks September 5, 2015 Aegis Capital Corp Allegedly Engaged in Sales of Unregistered Penny Stocks and Anti-Money Laundering Violations Aegis Capital Corp allegedly engaged in the sale of unregistered penny stocks, including China Crescent Enterprises, Inc. (CCTR), TAO Minerals Ltd. (TAON), New Market Technology, Inc.
conditional residency > What Kinds of Marriages are Unacceptable for Immigration Purposes? As a Miami immigration lawyer, I sometimes receive questions from clients in regard to the types of marriages that are not acceptable for immigration benefits. This is a very good good question. Below are some marriages that are not unacceptable for immigration benefits. 1.
Kenneth Jackson, William Schureck, Dennis Deciancio, and Daryl Dane Donohue—Selling Unregistered Securities September 4, 2015 Kenneth Jackson, William Schureck, Dennis Deciancio, and Daryl Dane Donohue Allegedly Sold Unregistered Securities to Investors and Made Several Misrepresentations to Investors in Purported $7 Million Investment Fraud Kenneth Jackson, 58, of Glenmont; William Schureck.
Mickey—Failure to Appear for FINRA Testimony September 2, 2015 David E. Mickey Allegedly Failed to Appear for Testimony Regarding a FINRA Investigation into His Trading Activities, Including Whether Mickey Traded Securities Based on Non-public Information David E. Mickey allegedly failed to appear for testimony regarding a FINRA investigation into his securities trading act ...
Michael J. Oppenheim—Embezzling Money from Clients September 3, 2015 Michael J. Oppenheim Allegedly Embezzled about $20 Million in Client Money to Fund His Own Brokerage Account Michael J. Oppenheim allegedly embezzled about $20 million in client money in order to fund his own brokerage account according to a Federal Criminal Complaint currently under review by attorneys Jo ...
William D. Allen and Susan C. Daub— Ponzi Scheme September 1, 2015 William D. Allen and Susan C. Daub Allegedly Operated a $31 .7 million Ponzi Scheme William D. Allen and Susan C. Daub, From July 2012 through February 2015, allegedly operated a Ponzi scheme which raised approximately $31 .7 million from at least forty investors, according to an SEC Complaint from the State ...
Every driver should be fully aware of the serious dangers of driving while under the influence (DUI) of alcohol. Under Pennsylvania law,  a driver can be convicted of impaired driving if their blood alcohol content (BAC) was over 0.08 percent. If their BAC was over the legal limit, the driver will likely be arrested and charged with the criminal offense of DUI.