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Archive for category Fraud Recovery

New FHFA Watchdog Reports Offers Whistleblower Opportunities

A scathing report from the Inspector General of the Federal Housing Finance Agency claims the agency isn’t properly equipped to monitor loan buybacks from banks and mortgage companies. While the Inspector General criticizes the agency, we worry that some banks will take advantage of the lack of the agency’s readiness. That means plenty of opportunities [...]

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Family of Slain SEAL Glen Doherty Seeks Damages

The family of former Navy SEAL Glen Doherty has filed a claim against the U.S. State Department and Central Intelligence Agency claiming inadequate security at the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. As we have previously reported in June, the State Department Inspector General concluded that “none of the six security contractors selected for review fully [...]

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Great News for Whistleblowers

September 2008. The housing and financial markets were in a tailspin. Lehman Brothers had just filed for bankruptcy. In a month, the government would be doling out tens of billions of dollars to troubled banks through the TARP program. In certain ways, we have come along way but in others respects, it is still business [...]

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Where Are They Now? Anderson Scott Hall

We received a phone call this week from an interested party in the Anderson Scott Hall prosecution. The caller wanted to know what ever happened to Mr. Hall. Great question. According to the clerk for the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Anderson Hall (a/k/a Scott Hall) is cooling his heals in [...]

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Medicare Fraud Whistleblower Opportunity?

Periodically, we review the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services enforcement action docket. There are literally tens of thousands of healthcare providers across the country. Most participate in the Medicare or Medicaid health programs. The government periodically audits a small percentage of these providers each year. When a significant problem is uncovered, the government can [...]

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LNR Partners – Storm Clouds Brewing for Special Servicers (CMBS Post)

Imagine that you are a borrower on a major commercial real estate project. Your project has plenty of equity but cash flow is tight. Despite the tough economy, you manage to hold on. As things get worse, the designated special servicer on your loan invites you to miss a payment so they can get involved [...]

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SEC Slams Ex LPL Broker for Elder Financial Abuse

A stockbroker who delivers medication to a terminal cancer patient in a snowstorm… sounds like a great guy, right? In most situations it would be wonderful.  In this case, the man wearing the hero’s disguise was nothing more than a common thief and villain. Last week the SEC obtained a $1.8 million judgment against former [...]

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NASAA Takes Aim At REIT Sales

The North American Securities Administrators Association has once again taken aim at REIT sales practices. According to the Wall Street Journal, the group wants to push legislation that would limit the percentage of an individual ‘s net worth that could be invested in nontraded REITs. A REIT is a nontraded Real Estate Investment Trust. Created [...]

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60% Lost Value A “Good Event”? Behring Harvard REIT Loss Post

Regular visitors to this website know we watch nontraded REITs very closely. Although the industry attracts over a billion dollars per month in new money, nontraded REITs are not suitable for most ordinary investors. There are several reasons for our opinion including their lack of transparency and liquidity. Case in point? Monogram Residential Trust, formerly [...]

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Private Prisons – Next Wave of Whistleblower Cases?

Many states now house prisoners in privately run facilities.  Last year, there were 27,920 federal prisoners in private prisons and an additional 16,500 immigration detainees held privately. These numbers don’t include the tens of thousands of state prisoners. All told, there are an estimated 130,000 inmates today under the control of private jailers. Those jails, [...]

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