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Judge May Toss 4 Guilty Pleas in Inside-Trade Case

A judge said Thursday he’s leaning toward tossing out four guilty pleas in an insider-trading case, the latest fallout from a recent appeals court ruling criticizing prosecutors’ tactics. U.S. ... Read More
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Financial adviser among four jailed for ‘dizzying’ £5m mortgage fraud

An estate agent and financial adviser are among four fraudsters due to be jailed in Wales today after perpetrating a complex web of mortgage and ID fraud. Targeting unidentified ... Read More

Company not registered with the CFTC as a Retail Foreign Exchange Dealer ordered to pay over $2.5 Million in Monetary Sanctions

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) today announced that the Honorable Ronnie L. White of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri entered a Consent ... Read More

Alts fund manager Daniel Thibeault arrested in securities fraud

The FBI accused GL Capital Partners CEO of creating fictitious loans to divert $12.6 million in assets to business accounts A prominent alternative fund manager in Waltham, Mass., was ... Read More

New crowdfunding site helps individuals raise money for legal fees

While reading the book Things a Little Bird Told Me last spring, Chicago attorney Michael Helfand was struck by one of author Christopher Isaac “Biz” Stone’s points. Stone, who ... Read More

UK Lawyers and US Lawyers in the market of private equity

UK firms are in battle with their US counterparts to win more private equity and related work – and a report suggests ways that the UK lawyers could make ... Read More
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Boiler room fraudsters ordered to pay £843k

Two men involved in a £70 million boiler room fraud have been ordered to pay £843,000 between them after being found guilty of conspiracy to defraud. In 2010 Philip ... Read More
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Boss of hedge fund Weavering battles fraud charges in London court

Magnus Peterson, battling fraud charges after his $600 million Weavering hedge fund collapsed during the financial crisis, told a court on Friday he could not remember which investors he ... Read More

Melbourne lawyer jailed for 12 years for $12m Ponzi fraud

‘Many of your victims trusted you because you were a family member or friend, you exploited their trust for your own personal gain,’ judge tells Philip Linacre A Melbourne ... Read More

Legal leaders join hands against client snooping

Legal chiefs and academics today demanded new laws to stop police and security services from spying on meetings between lawyers and their clients. In a declaration to mark European ... Read More
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