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Steven Dunkelberg – Broker Misappropriation of Funds February 26, 2015 Steven J. Dunkelberg Misappropriated Funds from a Fifth Third Bank Customer: FINRA Charges Steven J. Dunkelberg misappropriated about $5K from a customer’s account whilst he worked at Fifth Third Bank, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC).
With the client, the police were visited. She should make a witness statement. The building is entered. The gatehouse is empty, window is drawn with a curtain. The next door is shut. Access to the building is also not possible, the inner door is closed. Questioning glances. A wall phone is found. In addition, a large piece of paper attached.
Construction / design defects are an unfortunate byproduct of construction. If you are an owner or association and experience defects, you will become familiar with Florida Statutes Chapter 558 since this Chapter deals with defects and serving a written notice of the defects. Likewise, if you are a contractor, design professional, supplier, or subcontractor and defects are as ...
Prince Law Offices, P.C. is proud to announce that its Attorney Jeffrey A. Franklin is presenting on March 7, 2015 at the PA Local Government Training Partnership: New Tools and Opportunities for Advancing Sound Land Use at Albright College on the panel Pennsylvania Pipelines: Providing an Ounce of Prevention.
In almost every instance, a following too closely ticket (O.C.G.A. 40-6-49) is issued only when there has been an accident with a rear-impact collision. When there are only two cars involved, and the rear driver is at fault, this citation makes sense. However it can often be over-used, especially when the accident involved three or more vehicles.
deportation > Is the Department of Homeland Security Headed for a Shutdown? As an immigration lawyer in Miami, any news regarding immigration is especially interesting – both on a personal and a professional level. Many of you have no doubt been following the threats by Congressional Republicans to thwart President Obama’s executive actions on immigration by refusing ...
By: Robert J. Nahoum THE PROBLEM: You’re just about to close a deal on buying a new car, or perhaps a new home. You’ve come to an agreement on the sales price and your sitting at the closing table, the only thing left is to secure the loan. You surprisingly learn that there is a negative entry on your credit report from a company you are unfamiliar with.
We were sitting at a political luncheon a month or so ago, when one of the people at our table started to complain about all the untruths that are disseminated on Fox News. Her position was that before things got on the news, they had to be checked for accuracy and only if they were accurate could they be broadcast to the public.
Our family would like to extend our sincere heartfelt thanks to Chad Nelson and the Law Office Team at Jeremy W. Howe for their legal expertise and expeditious services. We were unaware of a significant change in the law scheduled to occur as we were overcome with grief due to my father’s untimely terminal illness.
The US Supreme Court issued its eagerly awaited decision today in North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. Federal Trade Commission. As you might recall, this case involved an antitrust challenge by the FTC against a state dental board made up of practicing dentists that took actions to exclude non-dentists, i.e. their competitors, from the teeth-whitening business in North Carolina.
H.B. 1110 aims to hold Oklahoma nursing homes responsible for suspicious deaths by creating a Vulnerable Adult Injury and Death Review Board. Nursing home care is a big deal for many families across the country, particularly in Oklahoma. A new bill has been introduced which looks to hold culpable individuals and home care centers responsible for their role in suspicious wrongful ...
The mega–verdict is back. Patent–assertion entity Smartflash LLC has been awarded $533 million in damages by an east Texas jury in a lawsuit it filed against Apple accusing iTunes of infringing three of its patents. As reported by Reuters, the jury deliberated for eight hours before imposing the half–billion dollar verdict aga ...
Ameriprise Profits Rise But with Fewer Financial Advisors Posted on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 11:39 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law Offices: In 2014, Ameriprise Financial's wealth management reported $792 million in profits, up 33% year-over-year. Total client assets in the last quarter in 2014 for the firm's wealth management division rose to $444 ...
What Are Common Car Accident Injuries? Depending on the severity of the impact and the events surrounding the crash, a car accident can cause several different injuries. Following is a list of the most common injuries resulting from a car accident. HEAD & BRAIN INJURY One of the most common and serious injuries can be a trauma to the brain or head.
Countless people throughout the years have come into my office Weak and Wearied, Choking back tears, Saying thru gritted teeth…..”I have worked SO HARD to pay back these creditors….” (voice trailing off) “Only to find I have nothing to show for it! The creditors got ZERO!” Or even worse: “I’ve been SUED! I thought I was doing the right thing!” The pain and agony of worki ...