Investment Fraud Lawyers - Posts from March 2017

  • Brian Keith Hardwick—Oil and Gas Fraud

    Brian Keith Hardwick Ordered to Pay $24.6 Million in Restitution to Customers Regarding Alleged Fraudulent Sales of Oil and Gas Ventures; FINRA Rules that Hardwick Engaged in a Pattern of Alleged Omissions and Misrepresentations Brian Keith Hardwick, 43, CEO of River Securities, LLC and of Plano, Texas, has been ordered to pay $24.

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 20 readers -
  • Mike Lundy—Investment Fraud

    Mike Lundy Allegedly Encouraged Clients to Invest Money into a Purportedly Fraudulent Investment Company; Lundy Allegedly Took in $4.2 Million and Evaded Income Taxes Mike Lundy, a.k.a. Barkley J.W. Lundy, and of Rapid City, allegedly lured dozens of clients to invest money into a purportedly fake investment company called Associates Investments from the early 2000s to 2014, acc ...

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 13 readers -
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  • Aaron Parthemer—Sale of Unregistered Securities

    Aaron R. Parthemer Allegedly Assisted in the Sale of over $5 Million in Unregistered Stocks to Football Players without Proper Due Diligence and Disclosure of Conflicts Aaron Parthemer, a former Wells Fargo adviser and Miami Beach nightclub owner, allegedly assisted in the sales of over $5 million in unregistered stocks to pro football players without having conducted due dilige ...

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 252 readers -
  • Patrick Howard – Fraud Charges/Fraudulent Offering

    Patrick O. Howard and Two Dallas-based Companies, Optimal Economics Capital Partners, LLC and Howard Capital Holdings, LLC, Allegedly Raised $13 Million from 119 Investors through the Purportedly Fraudulent Offer and Sale of Interests in Three Private Funds Have you lost hard-earned cash investing in Patrick Howard’s Optimal Economics Capital Partners, LLC or Howard Capital Hold ...

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 18 readers -
  • Will Allen— Ponzi Scheme

    Former New York Giants First-round Pick Will Allen Facing Six Years in Prison for Allegedly Participating in a Ponzi Scheme Former NFL defensive back Will Allen, 38, and of Davie, Florida, is facing six years in prison for his alleged role in a Ponzi scheme, according to U.S. District Court (Boston) Documents currently under review by attorneys Alan Rosca and James Booker.

    Alan Rosca/ Investment Fraud Lawyers- 37 readers -

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