Fraud

  • Someone Stole your Phone?

    … could mean that someone who gets your phone could get access to your accounts and personal information. So: if you lose your phone, change your email, social media, online banking, shopping, and other passwords right away. For more tips on what to do to protect yourself from identity thieves, check out ftc.gov/idtheft. Need further help? If you or your business have questions or concerns regarding fraud, computer law, privacy, or cybersecurity law matters, contact attorney Jeffrey A. Franklin at Prince Law Offices. …

    Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 13 readers -
  • Identity Theft in Texas: Laws and Consequences

    … Demystifying Identity Theft in Texas Identity theft has increased rapidly because the popularity of online transactions makes it easy to steal a person’s identity. According to records from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in 2014, 7 percent of Americans aged above 16 years were victims of identity theft. In 2009, reports by the Federal Trade…

    Matthew Sharp/ The Law Office of Matthew D. Sharp- 19 readers -
  • Five Strikes And You’re Out At The USPTO

    … The USPTO Director excluded a patent attorney on consent following a disciplinary investigation arising from numerous alleged violations of the USPTO’s ethics rules. See In the Matter of Edward Etkin, Proc. No. D2016-05 (USPTO Dir. Jan. 8, 2016). The OED conducted a disciplinary investigation into the conduct of patent attorney Edward Etkin…

    Michael E. Mccabe Jr./ IPethics & INsights- 34 readers -
  • 3 Types of Fraud and How They Are Pursued in Texas

    … 3 Types of Fraud and How They Are Pursued in Texas Posted by Matthew Sharp under Fraud July 13, 2016 3 Fraud Crimes in Texas Being accused of committing fraud in Texas is a very serious matter. These kinds of charges can lead to your arrest and you may have to undergo a trial as a result. The fact is that Texas courts and law enforcement take…

    Matthew Sharp/ The Law Office of Matthew D. Sharp- 22 readers -
  • FINRA Files Complaint Against Cantone Research Inc. for Fraudulent Promissory Notes

    … of the promissory notes. FINRA alleges this was material information that was required to be disclosed to investors. Based upon the foregoing alleged misconduct, FINRA asserted Cantone Research violated Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act), Exchange Act Rule 10b-5 thereunder, and FINRA Rules 2010 and 2020…

    Lufrano Law- 43 readers -
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