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Meyer Wilson is proud to announce that founding partner David P. Meyer was named once again to the list of The Best Lawyers in America © in 2018 for both Professional Malpractice Law – ... Continue reading "Attorney David Meyer Selected to the 2018 List of The Best Lawyers in America¬©" »
Stifel, a wealth management and investment banking firm, was recently ordered to pay more than $117,000 to an elderly couple after their investment adviser placed their savings into risky investments ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Attorney Courtney Werning Helps Couple Recover $100k in Losses" »
Meyer Wilson attorneys David Meyer and Matthew Wilson have once again been selected to the list of Super Lawyers – Mr. Meyer for the seventh time in a row, and Mr. Wilson for the third year in a ... Continue reading "Attorneys David Meyer, Matthew Wilson, and Michael Boyle Voted to 2017 List of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars" »
Meyer Wilson was recently recognized by U.S. News and Best Lawyers as a Tier 1 2017 Best Law Firm for Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Plaintiffs and Professional Malpractice Law – ... Continue reading "Meyer Wilson Listed As A Tier 1 Best Law Firm" »
Six people previously found guilty of attempting to defraud almost 70 investors of more than $17 million through the Northeast Ohio KGTA Ponzi scheme were sentenced on October 20th. The securities ... Continue reading "KGTA Ponzi Schemers Sentenced For Defrauding Investors $17 Million" »
Founding Partner of Meyer Wilson David Meyer has been selected by his peers to the 2017 list of The Best Lawyers in America © . He has been included in the list every year since 2011. The list, ... Continue reading "David Meyer Named to the 2017 List of 'The Best Lawyers in America'" »
Thomas Abdallah, Mark George, and Jeffrey Gainer have pleaded guilty to their involvement in the large Akron-based Ponzi scheme involving the company KGTA Petroleum Ltd., a purported company that sold ... Continue reading "Ohio Men Plead Guilty in $17 Million Ponzi Scheme" »
Recently, the court-appointed trustee responsible for recouping money for the victims of the alleged Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme requested court approval for an additional $247 million to be paid to ... Continue reading "Victims of Bernie Madoff May Receive Another $247 Million for Losses" »
The state of Massachusetts recently charged Realty Capital Securities with proxy vote fraud. Realty Capital Securities, part of RCS Capital Corporation, is currently facing fraud charges. The state of ... Continue reading "Realty Capital Securities Facing Fraud Charges" »
More than 12 years after he was indicted, Eric Bartoli is in custody in the United States and a court date is scheduled for today, October 29, 2015. Bartoli was sued in 1999 by the Securities and ... Continue reading "Fugitive Eric Bartoli in Custody in the U.S., Court Date Scheduled" »
Michael Szafranski, a financial advisor for Scott Rothstein, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud charges stemming from a Ponzi scheme led by Rothstein. ... Continue reading "Former Broker Michael Szafranski Sentenced for Role in Scott Rothstein Ponzi Scheme" »
Three private equity advisors have agreed to pay almost $39 million dollars to settle charges of disclosure failures brought against them, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced on ... Continue reading "NEWS: The Blackstone Group Advisers Agree to Settle Charges for Failing to Disclose Necessary Information" »
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued a warning to investors cautioning them against pyramid schemes that masquerade as multi-level marketing (MLM) programs. MLM programs are ... Continue reading "NEWS: Investors Warned of Pyramid Schemes Disguised as Multi-Level Marketing Programs" »
Thomas E. Jackson, co-founder of Imperial Integrative Health Research and Development LLC (Imperial) was sentenced for wire fraud and money laundering. On March 25, Jackson was convicted of conspiracy ... Continue reading "NEWS: OXYwater Co-Founder and Partner Sentenced for Wire Fraud and Money Laundering" »
Last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) initiated administrative proceedings against UBS Financial Services Inc. of Puerto Rico and one of its former branch managers for improperly ... Continue reading "NEWS: UBS Puerto Rico Agrees to Settle Supervisory Failure Case with the SEC" »
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) issued Smart Beta – What You Need to Know, an investor alert aimed at educating stockholders about financial products. These products include ... Continue reading "NEWS: FINRA Educates Investors by Issuing Smart Beta - What You Need to Know" »
Keith F. Simmons and Deanna Salazar have been charged with an additional $76 million dollars in civil monetary penalties for their engagement in defrauding investors in a foreign exchange market Ponzi ... Continue reading "NEWS: Ponzi scheme Scammers Penalized for Additional $76 Million" »
The Securities and Exchange Commission has brought charges against Paul Ricky Mata, David Kayatta, and Mario Pincheira, three business associates believed to be involved in real estate investment ... Continue reading "NEWS: SEC Looks to Stop Scheming Trio Accused of Investment Fraud" »
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and Meyer Wilson want investors to be aware of the recent popularity of stock scams occurring over messaging apps. Investors should be aware of any ... Continue reading "Investors Warned of Scams Conducted Over Messaging Apps" »
Jaime Feldman and her husband James Boland have brought forth a lawsuit against their former employer, Morgan Stanley. Ms. Feldman and Mr. Boland are suing for wrongful termination, accusing the ... Continue reading "NEWS: Ex-Brokers Sue Morgan Stanley for Whistleblower Suit" »
The Ohio Division of Securities issued an alert recently reminding individuals to be wary of investment pitches that link sales to a volatile stock market. With the stock market as unpredictable as it ... Continue reading "NEWS: Meyer Wilson Cautions Against Investment Pitches Linked to Market Downturn" »

NEWS: Charles Schwab & Co. Fined $2M

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority “FINRA” has brought charges of insufficient funds against Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. The company was accused of not maintaining the funds ... Continue reading "NEWS: Charles Schwab & Co. Fined $2M" »
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged ITG Inc., and its subsidiary AlterNet, with violations of the Securities Act of 1993 and Regulations ATS. ITG has been accused of operating a secret ... Continue reading "NEWS: ITG Charged with Working a Secret Trading Desk and Exploiting Subscriber Information" »
A Tennessee man, Larry Bates, and his sons, Robert and Charles, are under investigation by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The men have been indicted for ... Continue reading "Man and Sons Charged with Stealing $18 Million in Mail, Wire Fraud Scheme" »
By Courtney Werning According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), It has fined Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. $8 million for failing to waive mutual fund sales ... Continue reading "FINRA Fines Merrill Lynch $8 Million for Overcharging Charities and Retirement Plans for Mutual Fund Fees" »
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