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Bryan Lee Addington, of Ethel, Louisiana, Allegedly Stole up to $9.5 Million in an Investment Fraud Scheme Have you or a loved one lost money investing in Bryan Lee Addington’s alleged investment fraud scheme? Peiffer Rosca Wolf securities practice lawyers are investigating investment recovery options on behalf of investors in issues related to Bryan Lee Addington’s alleged inv ...
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 ...
Popular ridesharing companies like Uber1 and Lyft have been taking the transportation industry by storm and giving taxicab companies a run for their money. Over the past several years, Uber has quickly surpassed cab companies in urban areas, such as Philadelphia, for safety, cleanliness, convenience, and affordability.
Today, Representative Russ Diamond and 20 pro-Second Amendment/Article 1, Section 21 Representatives submitted a new bill, HB 918, which would remove the character and reputation / good cause provision of 18 Pa.C.S. 6109. Many issuing authorities, like Philadelphia and Monroe have utilized the character and reputation provision to prevent law-abiding individuals from obtaining an LTCF.
Unemployment fraud is a serious issue and both state and federal authorities aggressive investigate potential cases of fraud. According to a 2013 report published in USA Today, a study conducted by the St. Louis Federal Reserve concluded that approximately $3.3 billion were paid out in fraudulent unemployment benefits.
Colloquially, a totaled vehicle is one that is damaged beyond repair. It is a complete loss that could not be fixed even if you wanted to. However, for insurance purposes, a totaled vehicle is one in which the repairs cost more than (or within a certain percentage of) the current market value of the vehicle.
Indiana law1 allows family members and certain other loved ones of people who have lost their lives in preventable accidents or due to the wrongful conduct of others to compensation for their losses through a wrongful death action. These actions are extremely complicated and differ in many important ways from personal injury2 actions in which the victim survives.
At Bond & Botes, P.C., we work with a variety of people who have fallen on financial hard times and, in some cases, need to file for bankruptcy. Of all the financial problems we encounter, few compare to being caught in the trap of payday lending. We believe that the state of Alabama is not doing enough to protect our citizens from the predatory payday loan industry, and w ...
Family law can be long, stressful and confusing. It’s difficult to comprehend the law when going through an expensive divorce. However, there may be an easier way to tackle the subject. Considering Newport RI legal mediation can alleviate the density of courtroom proceedings while finding a solution that benefits everyone involved — including children.
Indiana law allows family members and certain other loved ones of people who have lost their lives in preventable accidents or due to the wrongful conduct of others to compensation for their losses through a wrongful death action. These actions are extremely complicated and differ in many important ways from personal injury actions in which the victim survives.
When clients come to our office to discuss their bankruptcy options, they often have many questions such as “Should I file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13” and “Can I keep my house and my car?”. These are excellent questions and should absolutely be answered and taken into account when forming a successful bankruptcy strategy.
Benjamin Franklin once famously said that the only certainties in life are death and taxes – and he was right! For many Georgians, the trying economic times which resulted in job loss, decreased income, and overall depressed financial circumstances have been a true burden. One of these burdens many have experienced is increasing tax debt that they just cannot pay.
Preliminary data from 2016 shows that the number of traffic fatalities in the U.S. are on an unfortunate upward trend. There are a variety of reasons that auto accident fatalities are on the rise, but many analysts point to an increase in various types of driver distractions, such as texting while driving.
The second bankruptcy in two years involving RadioShack has been filed by its parent company, General Wireless Operations. Approximately 1500 stores are at risk of being closed with the latest update stating 552 stores will be closed (two in Alabama are on the closure list and those locations are in Madison and Mobile). The fate of more than 1000 stores is still up in the air.