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Bank of America, Others Accused of Market Manipulation

FOREX, LIBOR and now U.S. Treasury auctions. Some of the nation’s biggest banks have been accused of all sorts of market manipulations. A lawsuit filed this month suggests that the banking industry still hasn’t learned its lesson. The Boston Retirement System – the public pension fund for state and Boston municipal employees – filed suit [...]

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Judge Slams Prosecutors in False Claims Act Case

This is a story we don’t often see. A federal judge says the Justice Department undervalued a whistleblower’s contribution. That finding was recently made in a massive False Claims Act case involving Endo Pharmaceuticals. Typically the Justice Department champions the rights of whistleblowers. The government wants more concerned workers and insiders to come forward and report fraud. [...]

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California Insurance Frauds Prevention Act

California has one of the most generous and positive whistleblower climates within the United States. Like many states, California has false claims act that allows insiders with knowledge of fraud against the state or any of its subdivisions (counties and municipalities) to bring a lawsuit in the name of the state and collect a generous [...]

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Where Was The Whistleblower? – Toshiba Accounting Fraud

“Where was the whistleblower?” That is the question asked in today’s edition of AccountingToday, a leading online tax and accounting news service. The question was being asked in connection with a massive internal accounting fraud that took place at Toshiba, a leading Japanese manufacturing company. Evidence recently came to light that Toshiba was cooking its [...]

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Foreign Aid Fraud and The American Red Cross

Taxpayers spend billions of dollars each year to help people in need throughout the world. While most emergency relief and poverty reduction programs are centered on those folks living within the United States, last year we spent $23 billion on foreign aid. Unfortunately, because of corruption and limited resources, much of that money is lost [...]

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Securities America Broker Accused of Elder Financial Abuse

According to a complaint filed by the Massachusetts Securities Division, Securities America has been accused of failing to properly supervise one of its stockbrokers. The broker apparently ran a deceptive ad campaign aimed at senior citizens. The broker, Barry Armstrong (Armstrong Advisory Group), was not charged although he is the subject of a related cease [...]

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NJ Court Sanctions Whistleblower

“Court Sanctions Whistleblower!” We hate headlines like this. Defense attorneys and big corporations jump on these headlines and try to intimidate would-be whistleblowers. Their goal of course is to make them think twice before filing a False Claims Act or other whistleblower complaint. Take just a few minutes to read the facts behind the most [...]

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Bank of America Wins First Round in Suit by NFL Player

Dwight Freeney is a professional NFL football player. For 13 seasons he played as a defensive end, first for the Indianapolis Colts and beginning in 2013, the San Diego Chargers. In 7 of those years he was selected to the NFL’s Pro Bowl. Freeney may be a great football player but his lawyer says he [...]

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Aramark – Wardens Gone Wild?

The banner across Aramark’s website declares the company is dedicated to “Enriching and Nourishing Lives.” Allegations of maggots, undercooked meats and altered expiration dates have called that slogan into question. Aramark is a huge international food service company with locations in 22 countries. Based in Philadelphia, the company boasts almost $15 billion in revenues and [...]

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LPL Financial In Trouble… Again

LPL Financial is certainly not a bucket shop or “boiler room” in the tradition of the Wolf of Wall Street and Stratton Oakmont Securities but lately, its beginning to behave like one. An industry leader with over 3300 employees, LPL is a big brokerage firm with offices throughout the United States. Recent enforcement actions targeting [...]

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