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Police arrest man for bank fraud scheme in Halifax - Cape Breton Post
Police arrest man for bank fraud scheme in Halifax Cape Breton Post A release from Halifax Regional Police states that between July 1 and 26, 13 people were approached by a man claiming he was having problems making a deposit to his own bank account. The man gave the victims an envelope supposedly containing cash ... Man faces 13 fraud charges in bank scamTheChronicleHerald.ca all 13 news articles »
Recover Losses: Ademi & O'Reilly, LLP Investigates Possible Securities Fraud ... - MarketWatch
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Recover Losses: Ademi & O'Reilly, LLP Investigates Possible Securities Fraud ... MarketWatch We are investigating possible securities fraud claims against DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. resulting from inaccurate statements DWA made regarding its business practices, financial statements and prospects. Click here to learn more about the ... SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Investigates Claims On Behalf of ...Wall Street Journal all 74 news articles »
Breifne O'Brien accused of Ponzi-type fraud in court - BreakingNews.ie
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Breifne O'Brien accused of Ponzi-type fraud in court BreakingNews.ie A court has heard businessman Breifne O'Brien defrauded friends and associates out of millions of euro in a Ponzi scheme. The 52-year-old with an address at Monkstown Grove, Co Dublin faces up to ten years in prison for 14 theft and deception charges ... Court told O'Brien investments like Ponzi schemeRTE.ie all 8 news articles »
Judge: Ex-Jefferson deputy killed man in bank fraud scam - Bayoubuzz
Judge: Ex-Jefferson deputy killed man in bank fraud scam Bayoubuzz In a resounding ruling in the case of long-missing Metairie barfly Albert Bloch, a federal judge found Tuesday that former Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office Deputy Mark Hebert killed Bloch in a bid to cover up an ongoing bank fraud, then stole Bloch's ... Federal judge: Ex-JPSO deputy killed barfly in fraud schemeThe New Orleans Advocate all 7 news articles »
Lake Charles woman pleads to bank fraud - KATC Lafayette News
Lake Charles woman pleads to bank fraud KATC Lafayette News Lake Charles woman pleads to bank fraud. A Lake Charles woman has pleaded guilty to stealing more than a quarter of a million dollars from her employer. U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley, in a news release, said 47-year-old Kristen Brady pleaded guilty ... and more »
Collin County businessman sentenced in bank fraud case - Dallas Morning News (blog)
Collin County businessman sentenced in bank fraud case Dallas Morning News (blog) A former Collin County businessman was sentenced Tuesday to 110 months in federal prison for bank fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Texas. William Guy Mortensen, 48, pleaded guilty in August 2012. As part of his ... and more »
Export-Import Bank Chairman Defends Anti-Fraud Investigations - Wall Street Journal
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Export-Import Bank Chairman Defends Anti-Fraud Investigations Wall Street Journal Mr. Hochberg said Mr. Gutierrez, who worked for the agency's short-term trade finance division, is one of the dismissed officials. Mr. Hochberg declined to identify the others under investigation or provide details of their cases, citing a desire not ... Ex-Im Bank Watchdog Pursuing 40 Fraud Cases: LawmakerBloomberg Former Export-Import Bank official pleads FifthPolitico Ex-Im internal watchdog finds no proof of systemic corruptionInvesting.com all 129 news articles »
East Sussex NHS finance head jailed for £2.2m fraud - BBC News
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East Sussex NHS finance head jailed for £2.2m fraud BBC News A former head of financial accounting at two NHS trusts has been jailed for stealing £2.2m of NHS funds to buy 11 properties in Sussex and London. Trevor Barry Cosson, from Hastings, worked for Hastings and Rother Primary Care Trust (PCT) and East ... Sussex finance head jailed for £2.2m NHS fraudEastbourne Herald Former NHS finance chief jailed for stealing £2.2m from the health serviceTelegraph.co.uk Former finance boss jailed for £2.2m NHS fraudThe Argus Accountancy Age all 10 news articles »
United States Supreme Court Adds Teeth To Bank Fraud Statute - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
United States Supreme Court Adds Teeth To Bank Fraud Statute Mondaq News Alerts (registration) Resolving a split between Federal Circuits regarding the applicability of the federal bank fraud statute, 18 U.S.C. § 1344(2), the United States Supreme Court in Loughrin v. United States has added significant teeth to the statute by ruling that the ...
Ballwin woman gets 51 months for Medicare fraud, bank fraud - STLtoday.com
Ballwin woman gets 51 months for Medicare fraud, bank fraud STLtoday.com The bank fraud charges were separate and unrelated. These stemmed from a $305,000 property loan Kuehl's mother obtained in 2010. The two didn't make the payments on time, and the property was foreclosed in July 2013. According to court documents, ...

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4 June 2014- Facebook and Twitter used to track hidden wealth in divorce cases

FraudNet member for United Kingdom Steven Philippsohn of PCB Litigation LLP, London was interviewed in an article published by the United Kingdom’s Daily Telegraph entitled Facebook and Twitter used to track hidden wealth in divorce cases. A PDF download of the article is available here

 

2 June 2014- Bitcoin could be used to hide assets in divorces, warn lawyers

FraudNet member for United Kingdom Steven Philippsohn of PCB Litigation LLP, London was interviewed in an article published by the United Kingdom’s Financial Times entitled Bitcoin could be used to hide assets in divorces, warn lawyers (paywall). A PDF download of the article is available here.

 

10 July 2014- Despite Exposure of Madoff Fraud, New Ponzi Schemes Emerge

FraudNet member for USA Kathy Bazoian Phelps of Diamond McCarthy LLP, Los Angeles was interviewed in a feature published by the New York Times entitled Despite Exposure of Madoff Fraud, New Ponzi Schemes Emerge. A PDF download of the article is available here

 

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