Financial Fraud Law

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Prosecutors’ Rush to Join Private Law Firms Accelerates
Posted on 30 Jan 2014 by Steven A. Meyerowitz

The wave of financial fraud prosecutors joining private law firms is continuing – in fact, it appears to be accelerating. Consider that, in just the past couple of days, David Meister, who ran the enforcement unit at the Commodity Futures... Read More

Accountant from Jal Sentenced to Prison, on Fraud and Identity Theft Convictions
Posted on 10 Feb 2014 by Steven A. Meyerowitz

Roger L. Baeza, an accountant from Jal, New Mexico, has been sentenced to 61 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for his conviction on securities fraud, access device fraud, and aggravated identity theft charges. Baeza... Read More

Madoff Brother, Convicted and Jailed, Now is Disbarred
Posted on 19 Dec 2013 by Steven A. Meyerowitz

Peter Madoff – Bernard Madoff’s brother – has been disbarred. Just about five years to the day after Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme came to light, just about one year to the day after Peter Madoff was sentenced to consecutive... Read More

Law Clerk and Stockbroker Charged with Trading on Inside Information Stolen from Prominent New York Law Firm
Posted on 19 Mar 2014 by Steven A. Meyerowitz

The managing clerk of the New York office of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP – a prominent, international law firm – and a professional stockbroker who worked at Oppenheimer & Co. and Morgan Stanley have been arrested and charged with... Read More

3 Key Takeaways from Securities Class Action Filings Report
Posted on 29 Jan 2014 by Steven A. Meyerowitz

Once again, Cornerstone Research and the Stanford Law School Securities Class Action Clearinghouse have prepared an annual report on the securities class action filings. And, once again, the report, Securities Class Action Filings—2013 Year in Review... Read More