Trustmark Fights Bid to Enforce Stanford’s $100 Million Payment
Trustmark opposed on Monday a request by the court-appointed receiver for Stanford International Bank Ltd to enforce a $100 million settlement Trustmark reached to compensate fraud claims, arguing it shouldn’t be compelled to pay while judicial approval remains unresolved.
Deepfakes Are Driving a Whole New Era of Financial Crime
Computer-generated children’s voices so realistic they fool their own parents. Masks created with photos from social media that can penetrate a system protected by face ID. They sound like the stuff of science fiction, but these techniques are already available to criminals preying on everyday consumers.
Trump’s Bond Set at $200,000 in Georgia Election Fraud Case
Convict Loses Challenge to Firearm Ban on Government Properties
A regulation prohibiting the possession of firearms on government property is constitutional, a federal court ruled.
Eastman Disciplinary Trial On Short Pause After Georgia Case
Trump lawyer John Eastman‘s California disciplinary trial resumes Aug. 24 amid a tangle of legal issues including attorney-client privilege and his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, an issue that’s become more acute since his indictment by a Georgia grand jury last week.
Teva, Glenmark to Pay $255 Million Over Drug Price-Fixing
IRS Asks Court to Enforce Captive Insurance Summons for Probe
The IRS has called on an Arizona district court to enforce a summons on a captive insurance company it is investigating for potential tax avoidance.
Special Counsel Blasts Trump’s Effort to Delay US Election Trial
SEC Sues ECom Products CEO for Private Stock Sales Fraud
An e-commerce company’s CEO defrauded more than 20 investors through private stock sales, using more than $1 million of the investment money on personal expenditures, a Securities and Exchange Commission suit says.
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Billions Zapped Away With Tax Cheating Software
Some restaurants and bars are skimming $30 billion dollars in sales tax annually through software called a tax zapper. We explain what zappers are, how they work, and how to put an end to them.
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