Meyer Wilson

Recovering Losses Caused By Investment Misconduct

Blog Posts in December, 2013

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced just yesterday that six men from both the U.S. and Switzerland have been indicted in Nevada for selling fraudulent investments and stealing a suspected ... Continue reading "Six Men Indicted in Nevada over Fraudulent Investments Promoted through Malom Group" »
Recent court documents reveal that a U.S. Representative from Florida and more than 100 other investors were cheated out of more than $35 million. Rep. Alan Grayson's losses make up over half of ... Continue reading "Rep. Alan Grayson and Over 100 Other Investors Fall Victim to Investment Fraud Scheme" »
Investors defrauded around the time of the 2007/2008 housing market crash and resulting economic recession are running out of time to file claims against brokerage firms for recovery. FINRA rules ... Continue reading "File Claims Now for '07/'08 Market Crash Investment Fraud: 6-Year Window is Closing" »

Why We Fall-The Psychology of "Yes"

Avoiding Scams at the Holidays: Part of a Six-Part Meyer Wilson Blog Series A simple question about human behavior underlies much of what I do each day as an investment fraud attorney: Why will we ... Continue reading "Why We Fall-The Psychology of "Yes"" »
In a recent press release, the FBI announced that they had uncovered a billion-dollar investment fraud scheme by using an undercover operation named "Collateral Monte." This undercover ... Continue reading "FBI's "Collateral Monte" Uncovers Billion-Dollar Investment Fraud" »

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