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Archive for category Fraud Recovery

Trouble for Strategic Realty Trust Investors (Nontraded REIT)

Mahany & Ertl, a national boutique law fraud recovery law firm, is investigating potential claims against stockbrokers who sold shares of Strategic Realty Trust, a popular nontraded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) once run by noted real estate investor Tony Thompson. Strategic Realty Trust – once known as TNP Strategic Realty Trust – was formed [...]

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New Legal and Accounting Malpractice Legal Website

New Legal and Accounting  Malpractice website launched and we are pretty excited. There are very few law firms specializing in legal malpractice and until now, we never heard of any involving accounting malpractice. Sure, some law firms will accept the occasional case against a CPA but it is usually ancillary to their main practice. This [...]

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New Opportunities for Mortgage Company Whistleblowers

Federal law allows whistleblowers to receive huge cash awards for reporting fraud or false statements in connection with federally insured loans. The False Claims Act allows whistleblowers to collect up to 30% of whatever the government collects from mortgage companies or banks that have defrauded the FHA, VA, Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. That means [...]

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CWCapital Asset Management Hit With Billion Dollar Suit

The battle against special servicers is heating up. Just last week we reported that the New York State Department of Financial Services was investigating three of the largest special servicers – LNR Partners, CWCapital Asset Management and C III Asset Management – over allegations of conflicts of interest and double dealing. Days later, several junior [...]

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Investigation of Paul Larsen – a/k/a Paul Cragg Larsen (TIC fraud)

We encounter a fair amount of bad brokers in our fraud cases involving failed tenant in common (“TIC”) investments. Most just gave bad advice or allowed the lure of big commissions to overcome common sense. It really doesn’t matter, however, as stockbrokers are responsible if they fail to conduct proper due diligence or make unsuitable [...]

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Whistleblowers – America’s True Patriots

July 4, 1776 – Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, John Adams, Robert Livingston and Roger Sherman penned these words – “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Those [...]

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LNR Partners, CWCapital – New Concerns in the CMBS Servicing Arena

Special servicers – these are the folks that take over the handling of loans that are delinquent or in default. In large, commercial mortgages, special servicers are typically given sweeping powers to protect the rights of the noteholders and insure that all amounts due under the note and mortgage are collected. A new probe launched [...]

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Should Whistleblower Awards Extend to State Taxes

Mississippi is considering qui tam (whistleblower) legislation that would allow whistleblower awards for unpaid state taxes. The federal False Claims Act specifically excludes taxes from the law. Presently New York and Illinois are the only two states that permit such awards and although Illinois excludes income taxes. So what is the big deal and why [...]

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Do Whistleblowers Pay A Price? Unfortunately, Many Do

There is a wonderful feature article in the Financial Times by William Cohan. The article starts with these words, “Whistleblowing is not for the fainthearted, especially on Wall Street.” Are those words true? Unfortunately, in many cases they are. President Obama and many politicians publicly praise whistleblowers who expose corruption and fraud but industry hates [...]

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The Arrogance of Wall Street – Plenty of Whistleblower Opportunities

One of my favorite LinkedIn groups is CompliancEx. Why? Because the discussions are some of the most interesting and lively. For example, a post today reports that a former Goldman Sachs bond trader, Deeb Amin Salem,  is suing his former employer because his bonus was “only” $8,250,000. From what we can piece together, Salem was [...]

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