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Jeremy Johnson case sets bank fraud precedent in negative option billing schemes

Jeremy Johnson, creator of iWorks, is currently serving more than 11 years in prison for providing false information to banks to acquire Visa/Mastercard merchant...

Buzzfeed Workers Voting to Unionize after Layoffs

After Buzzfeed reported that they were laying off 15% of their workforce, 220 workers, whispers spread across the company of the possibility of forming...

California Man and Bakersfield Cops Team Up to Sell Methamphetamine and Marijuana

Bakersfield Cops and Civilian Accomplice Analogous to a Hollywood movie, a California man joins forces with two Bakersfield cops. The problem, however, is that the...

The Financial Transparency Conundrum. Who’s Paying the Compliance Bill?

Financial Transparency and Hiding in Plain Sight On financial transparency, "approximately $300 billion in illicit proceeds are generated annually in the United States due to...
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Consumer advocates want maximum penalty for Google, YouTube over alleged violations of children’s online...

Consumer advocates are encouraging the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to take action against Google and YouTube for allegedly failing to protect the online privacy...

Consumer Protection Watchdog Files Lawsuit against Credit Repair Firms

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is suing two credit repair firms and their owners for allegedly engaging in abusive and deceptive sales practices. On...

Arizona Bar Opens Investigation on Attorney Aaron Kelly

USA Herald recently reported on a developing story involving Attorneys Daniel Warner and Aaron Kelly. Both Warner and Kelly have been involved in seemingly...
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California Regulator: Nestle Lacks Legal Rights to Collect Forest Spring Water

Nestle doesn’t have sufficient legal rights to collect and divert millions of gallons of forest spring water in Southern California. The company is bottling...

FTC Warns Jewelry Marketers about Ads on Lab-Created Diamonds

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued warning letters to jewelry marketers regarding their online advertisements of jewelries created with simulated or lab-created diamonds. In its...
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California agricultural company WesPak settles discrimination complaint against it with the DOJ

WesPak, an agricultural company based in Dinuba, California, agreed to settle an immigration-related complaint against it  with the Department of Justice (DOJ). Under the settlement...

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California leads multi-state coalition challenging Trump’s public charge rule

A multi-state coalition is challenging the legality of the Trump administration’s new public charge rule that will discourage working immigrants and their families from...