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How do you like subsidizing corporate crime? – Boulder Weekly



Boulder Weekly
How do you like subsidizing corporate crime?
Boulder Weekly
Headlines periodically blare that this regulator or that has imposed another jaw-dropping assessment on some gross polluter or other corporate criminal. “Justice Department Slaps BP with $20.8 Billion Punishment,” the media shouted months after the oil …

Financial fraud: who should be held responsible? – The Guardian


Financial fraud: who should be held responsible?
The Guardian
The Financial Ombudsman Service, which deals with complaints against banks, says: “The problem with complaints where people have been conned into making ttransactions on the fraudster's behalf is that the bank can't generally be held responsible for

‘Most aggressive’ in US: Utah creates white-collar crime registry to rein in fraud – RT



RT
'Most aggressive' in US: Utah creates whitecollar crime registry to rein in fraud
RT
Consideration of the bill was initiated last year by Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, who told the New York Times that whitecollar crime was “an epidemic” in the state. Residents, particularly those in close-knit religious communities like the Church

Subsidizing corporate crime – Colorado Springs Independent



Colorado Springs Independent
Subsidizing corporate crime
Colorado Springs Independent
Headlines periodically blare that this regulator or that has imposed another jaw-dropping assessment on some gross polluter or other corporate criminal. … "Justice Department Slaps BP with $20.8 Billion Punishment," the media shouted months after the

Trending in 2016: Financial Fraud Predictions – JD Supra (press release)



JD Supra (press release)
Trending in 2016: Financial Fraud Predictions
JD Supra (press release)
Fraud continued to be a thorn in the side of businesses and investors in 2015, destroying hard-built shareholder value and companies' reputations. This year looks to be no different. Steve Holt, head of financial investigations at K2 Intelligence in

Private Investigation for Corporate Services – Medical/Insurance Fraud, White Collar Crime, Worker’s Comp Cases … – Quad City Times



Quad City Times
Private Investigation for Corporate Services – Medical/Insurance Fraud, White Collar Crime, Worker's Comp Cases
Quad City Times
Details for Private Investigation for Corporate Services – Medical/Insurance Fraud, White Collar Crime, Worker's Comp Cases – Call Today! Posted 6 hrs ago. With over 35 years of investigative experience in the Quad Cities, Chuck Hauman's innovative …

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New York False Claims Act Whistleblower Recovers in Tax Case Against Roshanzamir – Corporate Crime Reporter


New York False Claims Act Whistleblower Recovers in Tax Case Against Roshanzamir
Corporate Crime Reporter
The Act is one of the state's most powerful civil fraud enforcement tools because it allows whistleblowers and the government to take legal action against companies or individuals that defraud the State or local governments. Persons found liable under

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APD seeks suspects in white collar crime cases – KOB.com



KOB.com
APD seeks suspects in white collar crime cases
KOB.com
APD says its detectives believe the two seen in surveillance pictures are related to numerous white collar crime cases that include forgery and fraud. Police say the two committed identity theft and bank account fraud of the 89-year-old victim. One of

Former GM Engineer Nicholas Kachman Says GM Claim About Flint Water Not Credible – Corporate Crime Reporter



Corporate Crime Reporter
Former GM Engineer Nicholas Kachman Says GM Claim About Flint Water Not Credible
Corporate Crime Reporter
“They are saying that they didn't test the water for drinking water quality,” Kachman told Corporate Crime Reporter in an interview last week. “And that's the statement you got them on. There isn't an engineer in the environmental business who wouldn't

Deception scams drive rise in financial fraud – Express.co.uk



Express.co.uk
Deception scams drive rise in financial fraud
Express.co.uk
The criminals aim to obtain personal and financial details that will then be used to commit fraud. These scams often involve a phone call, text message or email claiming there has been suspicious activity on a customer's account or that their account