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Former Hip-Hop DJ Singing The Blues in Federal Prison for Copyright Infringement

Abounding Copyright Infringement In 2012, the then 24-year-old Artur Sargsyan works as a hip-hop DJ in the sultry California club scene. Embracing his love of...

Fraudulent Marketers Banned from Invention Promotion Business

Invention Promotion Scam Scott Cooper and his Miami, FL, based companies, World Patent Marketing Inc. and Desa Industries Inc., agree to a settlement with the...

Initial Coin Offering Lawsuits Pending as Fraud and Scams Prevail

Since the success of Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies have exploded in the past year. Almost every other week, a new promoter introduces an initial coin offering...

Shipchain ICO Investors Take To Internet To Lament Over Lost Money

Shipchain Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Interest in Shipchain's ICO cryptocurrency exploded in the past year.  Starting around December of 2017, almost every day another new...

1-800 Contacts Found Unlawfully Tainting Online Market

The nation’s largest online retailer of contact lenses, known as 1-800 Contacts, has unlawfully entered into a series of anticompetitive agreements with rival online...
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Bank of America Merrill Lynch Settles Probe into its Electronic Trading Services for $42M

Bank of America Merrill Lynch reached an agreement with the New York Attorney General’s Office to settle the investigation into its electronic trading services. Under...

Federal Trade Commission Freezes Health Insurance Scam

Exit polls from last week’s election indicate that health care was the number one issue for voters. These findings suggest that consumers are still...
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Hedge fund manager attempting takeover at ADP

A Wall Street hedge fund manager has started a fight with ADP management for control of the paycheck processing company. You’ve probably never heard the...

Panasonic Charged With FCPA and Accounting Fraud Violations

FCPA and Global Reach The Securities and Exchange Commission announces that Japan-based Panasonic Corporation shall pay in excess of $143 million to resolve charges. Specifically,...

Citibank Forced to Pay 6.5 Million in Fines for Illegal Student Loan Practices

An investigation by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has uncovered the company wide use of illegal practises in dealing with student loans at...

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U.S. Transportation Department Orders Audit of Boeing 737-Max 8 Certification

The U.S. Department of Transportation directed its Inspector General to perform an audit of Boeing 737 Max 8 certification from the Federal Aviation Administration’s...