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Eric Holder served as Attorney General of the United States from 2009 until earlier this year. Depending on whom you ask, his leadership of the Justice Department has been either great or terrible. Sticking to the facts, he is the first African American to serve as Attorney General. He also previously served as a U.S. Attorney and Superior Court judge. While U.S.
Nevada law says bank customers should review their statements monthly and promptly report any suspicious or unauthorized activity. An additional time limit, called a statute of repose, says the bank is never liable for unauthorized checks or transfers if the customer doesn’t report the fraud within one year. Nevada’s law, like that similar laws in most states, is designed to protect the bank.
Ryan L. Carpel—Securities Trading Activity, Failing to Provide Requested Documents July 7, 2015 Ryan L. Carpel Allegedly Failed to Provide Requested Documents to FINRA Regarding an Investigation into His Securities Trading Activity Ryan L. Carpel allegedly failed to provide requested documents to FINRA regarding an investigation into his securities trading activity, accord ...
If you are injured in a Missouri car accident caused by another driver, you have the legal right to ask for compensation from the at-fault party. Filing a car accident claim can be done with the help of a Missouri car accident attorney. You will need to provide proof of your injury and other damages and proof that you were not the cause of the accident.
Summer holidays can present a wonderful escape from the typical hustle and bustle of life. Whether driving to the beach or attending a barbeque, spending a few hours out on a Saturday never seems quite as inviting as it does on a sunny summer day. The summer season often brings with it longer daylight hours and better road conditions for traveling during the holidays.
Michael Tepedino—Failure to Cooperate with FINRA Investigation, Failure to Disclose Outside Business Activity July 7, 2015 Michael Tepedino Failed to Cooperate with a FINRA Investigation into His Alleged Undisclosed Outside Business Activity Michael Tepedino failed to cooperate with a FINRA investigation into his alleged undisclosed outside business activity with Allstate, according to a re.
Tyrel L. Sipe— Refusing to Appear for Testimony Regarding His Discharge July 7, 2015 Tyrel L. Sipe Allegedly Refused to Appear for Testimony Regarding His Discharge from W&S Brokerage Services, Inc. Tyrel L. Sipe allegedly refused to appear for testimony regarding his discharge from W&S Brokerage Services, Inc.
It has been a tumultuous past couple of weeks for SCOTUS watchers. Rarely has the Court issued a series of opinions of such sweep and contention. The reader may recall my earlier coverage of the oral arguments of a particular case from this 2014 session, Kingsley v. Hendrickson. Forgetting is understandable in light of a certain two other decisions of the Court – decisions th ...
Craig L. Josephberg—Defrauding Company Investors, Pump-and-Dump Scheme July 7, 2015 Craig L. Josephberg Allegedly Pocketed Millions in a Purported Pump-and- Dump Scheme Craig L. Josephberg, of New York City, allegedly took in millions from investors while running an intricate pump-and-dump scheme involving shares of a medical education company, CodeSmart, and two other mic ...
In March of this year, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recommended a set of sweeping new rules and regulations for the Payday and Car Title industry. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is an independent agency of the United States government responsible for consumer protection in the financial sector.
James Michael Ham—Refusal to Appear for Testimony, Allegedly Engaging in Undisclosed Outside Business Activities July 7, 2015 James Michael Ham Allegedly Refused to Appear for Testimony Regarding an Investigation into a Customer Deposit of Approximately $170,000 James Michael Ham allegedly refused to appear for testimony regarding an investigation into a customer deposit of approximately $1.
Maine Audubon has named B&I Partner Stacy Stitham Vice Chair of its Board of Trustees. Maine Audubon works to conserve Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people of all ...
SEC and FINRA Provide Sources for Safe Investment Decisions Posted on Tuesday, July 7, 2015 at 8:50 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: FINRA has launched an ad campaign featuring a service called BrokerCheck. This service compiles a database of every broker’s employment history, certifications and licenses, regulatory actions, and violations.
Division of Property in a Divorce in Texas by Fort Worth Divorce Attorney Susan Smith Everyone assumes that community property will be split 50/50 during a divorce. Yet, this assumption is wrong. When going through a divorce, a judge will divide community property according to a “just and right” division.