slots and table games sign up bonus for slots online roulette for USA players casino paypal you will find best offers from online casino Mac online slots for US players online slot gambling sites best online casinos with high stakes

Posts Tagged Portland fraud lawyer

Will Contests and “No Contest” Clauses

Will contests and inheritance fraud are big problems that never receive much media coverage. Everyday, children, grandchildren, siblings and jilted spouses race to courthouses across the country claiming they were wrongfully cut out of the someone’s will. Sometimes family members go to court to prevent an overreaching caregiver or family member from taking advantage of [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Will Contests – What Works And What Doesn’t

Recently we received several calls about will contests – that is what happens when someone wishes to challenge the beneficiaries of an estate. It is a legal proceeding usually brought by a beneficiary or someone who feels they should have been a beneficiary. There are generally only a few grounds to challenge a will or [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

The Prophecies Of Doom – Bank And Investment Fraud In 2013

by Brian Mahany On December 21st, I attended an outdoor doomsday party in New Orleans. The promoters anticipated 10,000 revelers for the big event. My guess is that 500 showed up. Evidently, not many people thought the world was ending or if they did, they found better ways of celebrating than drinking beer in New [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Bank of America Mistreats The Disabled – A True Story of One Mans Struggle Against America’s Biggest Bank

by Brian Mahany On Friday I was chatting with one of our good friends, Marx Sterbcow of Sterbcow Law* in New Orleans. We often pursue the same type cases and invariably, we can’t discuss the outcomes. Why? Because Bank of America and other big lenders don’t want to air their dirty laundry. Unless a case [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Another Black Eye For KPMG And The Audit World

by Brian Mahany Japan’s Financial Services Agency ordered KPMG affiliate KPMG Azsa to dramatically improve the quality of their audits. The Japanese regulator had similar words for Ernst & Young ShinNihon as well. This action comes on the heels of one of the worst accounting scandals in Japanese history, last year’s revelation that Olympus, a [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Bank of America Throws Thousands On The Street – Employees That Is

by Brian Mahany We are not fans of Bank of America. Around our office it is known as the Death Star. But when I learned earlier this month that Bank of America was laying off another 2,000 employees, the news was bittersweet. Much of our practice is dedicated to representing homeowners fighting to protect their [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Rising From The Dead – Old Mortgages

by Brian Mahany Last week a gentlemen came into our office and said that although he never missed a mortgage payment, his house was in foreclosure. “No way,” I thought. Some banks like Bank of America are abysmal record keepers but surely if you showed that you paid your mortgage any lender would stop the [...]

, , , , , , ,

No Comments

Living the Life of Luxury… While Investors Suffer

by Brian Mahany The SEC has taken on another Ponzi scheme, this one operating in Costa Mesa, California. The SEC says that Jerry Aubrey ran an “$11 million boiler room fraud that victimized more than 200 investors.”  Operating through a company called Progressive Energy Partners, Aubrey solicited investors for oil and gas investments. Instead of [...]

, , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

$200 Million Ponzi Scheme Targeted Orthodox Jewish Community

by Brian Mahany Readers of this blog know that we frequently report on religious affinity fraud. Catholics, the Black faith community, and even the Amish have seen multimillion dollar Ponzi schemes and frauds this year. Orthodox Jews are unfortunately no exception. According to a recent press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the feds have [...]

, , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Ponzi Scheme Rocks Miami’s Cuban Community

by Brian Mahany Some of the largest Ponzi schemes are those that target a specific religion or ethnic group. These so called affinity frauds work because people in closed communities tend to trust one another more than outsiders. For Gaston and Teresita Cantens, their $135 million fraud scheme targeting Cuban exiles came to a screeching [...]

, , , , , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

android surveillance software mobile phone spy software android slots real money play slots no download real money