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  • March 16, 2018

    Fla. Property Investors Urge Cert. In $157M Fraud Suit

    Investors urged a Florida federal court Friday to grant class certification in their suit claiming they lost nearly $157 million invested through Cabot Investment Properties LLC as a result of an embezzlement scheme run by its executives and allegedly supported by property manager CBRE Inc. and others.

  • March 16, 2018

    SEC’s Silicon Valley Scrutiny Comes To Bloom In New Cases

    Two years after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission put Silicon Valley on notice about complying with Wall Street’s rules, the agency has delivered a pair of enforcement actions that show its focus on the California region hasn’t lessened and may even heat up.

  • March 16, 2018

    Zohar Funds Say Manager's Bid To Lift Stay Isn't Urgent

    Bankrupt distressed investment vehicles the Zohar Funds hit back Friday against a bid by their collateral manager to lift the automatic litigation stay, saying the litigation it wants to move forward is not a pressing matter in the Chapter 11 cases.

  • March 16, 2018

    Alleged Ponzi Promoters Can't Nix $340M SEC Suit In Mass.

    A Massachusetts federal judge denied bids by two alleged former promoters of TelexFree LLC to escape a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit on Friday, saying the government had identified specific statements both had made to members of the state’s Dominican community urging them to invest in a company authorities have called a $340 million pyramid scheme.

  • March 16, 2018

    Va. Woman Gets 2½ Years For Microlender Investment Fraud

    A northern Virginia church member who admitted to helping her pastor and his wife run what federal prosecutors have alleged was an investment fraud disguised as an empowering, internationally oriented microlending firm was sentenced Friday in Alexandria federal court to serve 30 months in prison.

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