Essex Capital Corporation & Its Founder Ralph Iannelli— Alleged Securities Offering Fraud

Essex Capital Corporation Its Founder Ralph Iannelli Allegedly Made a Series of False & Misleading Statements & Illusory Personal Guarantees Have you or a loved one suffered losses in the Essex Capital Corporation alleged fraud? Essex Capital Corporation, and its founder, Ralph T. Iannelli, between 2014 and 2017, made a series of false and misleading statements and illusory personal… Read more »

Brent Borland— Alleged Investment Scheme

Attention Borland Investors: Sales Practices of Brokers Who Recruited Investors to Borland’s Belize Investments Investigated by Securities Lawyers Brent Borland allegedly ran a fraudulent investment scheme that purported to raise money to finance the construction of an international airport in Placencia, Belize, but in reality transferred much of the money to Borland himself, and used… Read more »

Michael Liberty — Alleged Investment Fraud Scheme

Fintech Startup Mozido Inc. and Its Reported Founder Michael Liberty Investigated by Securities Lawyers for Alleged Fraud Michael Liberty, the founder of the fintech startup now known as Mozido Inc., allegedly swindled hundreds of investors into making investments into his shell companies instead of Mozido, according to an SEC Complaint under review by investor rights lawyer Paul Scarlato…. Read more »

The Falls Event Center, LLC & Steven L. Down— Investigation Following SEC Fraud Charges

The Falls Event Center and Its CEO, Steven Down Charged by the SEC with Raising Money from Investors Through Misrepresentations and Omissions The Falls Event Center and its CEO, Steven Down have been charged with the SEC with fraudulently raising about $120 million from over 300 investors across the country, according to an SEC Complaint and Judgments reviewed by… Read more »

Arthur Adams— Alleged Ponzi Scheme

SEC Charges Arthur Lamar Adams With Operating $85 Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme, Obtains Asset Freeze Arthur Adams allegedly ran an $85 million Ponzi scheme out of Jackson, Mississippi which involved 150 investors, according to an SEC Complaint under review by attorney Paul Scarlato. Attorney Paul Scarlato, of the Goldman, Scarlato & Penny law firm, is… Read more »

Knorr-Bremse AG & Wabtec— Alleged Non-Compete & “No-Poach” Conspiracy

Knorr-Bremse AG & Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corp. (Wabtec) Allegedly Maintained Unlawful Non-Compete Agreements for One Another’s Workers Knorr-Bremse AG and Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corporation (Wabtec), two of the world’s largest rail equipment suppliers, reportedly reached an agreement with the Dept. of Justice to resolve a DOJ lawsuit alleging that Knorr and Wabtec had… Read more »

PixarBio & Frank Reynolds, M. Jay Herod, and Kenneth Stromsland— Alleged Trading Manipulation Scheme

PixarBio CEO Frank Reynolds, & M. Jay Herod & Kenneth Stromsland Allegedly Took Part in Securities Fraud & Manipulated PixarBio Trading Frank Reynolds, 55, the CEO of Boston-based PixarBio, and two associates, M. Jay Herod, 51, and Kenneth Stromsland, 45, allegedly took part in a an elaborate securities fraud scheme to defraud PixarBio investors by… Read more »

Hector May— Alleged Misappropriation of Client Assets, Ponzi Scheme

Hector May, Formerly of  Securities America, Allegedly Misappropriated Customer Funds Have you or a loved one lost your hard-earned money investing with former Securities America broker Hector A. May? Hector A. May, who was reportedly terminated by Securities America, allegedly misappropriated customer funds in a scheme that holds all the reported telltale signs of a… Read more »

Did You Buy an Interior Molded Door in the Last 5 years?

If you did, then you probably paid too much. Interior molded doors are the most common type of interior door sold these days.  These “molded” doors are not made of solid wood, but rather have a hollow core and wooden frame that is covered in a molded plastic “door skin” made to mimic the look… Read more »