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  • January 15, 2019

    Weston Capital Founder Dodges Prison Over Investor Fraud

    A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday spared the founder of hedge fund manager Weston Capital Asset Management from prison over his role in a multimillion-dollar investment fraud scheme after the government cited his crucial cooperation in prosecutions that brought down film producer David Bergstein and serial fraudster Jason Galanis.

  • January 15, 2019

    Oxbow Carbon Must Pay Up In Chancery Records Dispute

    A Delaware vice chancellor ordered Oxbow Carbon LLC to pay $60,000 in fees to minority investors who won an order compelling the sale of William Koch’s multibillion-dollar energy company and then sued for records on its payments to the founder's personal attorney at Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC.

  • January 15, 2019

    Chancery Trims Fee Award In Miramar Class Merger Challenge

    A Delaware Chancery Court judge reduced an award of attorneys' fees requested by plaintiffs' counsel Tuesday in a shareholder merger suit alleging conflict of interest against the directors of medical technology company Miramar Labs Inc. before approving a $410,000 cash settlement.

  • January 15, 2019

    Puerto Rico Fed Board Looks To Invalidate $6B In Bond Debt

    A federally-appointed board tasked with overseeing Puerto Rico’s monumental debt restructuring joined with the island’s unsecured creditors Monday to demand that $6 billion in general obligation bond debt be wiped out, arguing the bonds violated provisions in the Puerto Rican Constitution when they were issued a few years ago.

  • January 15, 2019

    Construction Co., Family Want Out Of Wis. Shareholder Fight

    Shareholders and constituent companies of a road construction company on Monday looked to escape allegations that they are offering an unfair price to family members looking to sell their own shares, telling a Wisconsin federal judge that the lawsuit challenges the decisive findings of a state court action and long-settled company bylaws.

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