SEC Awards $500,000 to Whistleblower

The SEC has awarded $500,000 to a whistleblower who provided information leading to successful enforcement actions against an ongoing fraud scheme. “The whistleblower’s information prompted an internal investigation by the company, which then reported to an outside agency, which in turn provided the information to the SEC. Separately, the whistleblower also reported to the SEC…

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Life Sciences Companies to Merge in $1.25 Billion Deal

SomaLogic, a life sciences company, plans to merge with CM Life Sciences II in a special purpose acquisition deal amounting to $1.25 billion. If you are interested in leveraging public markets to raise capital for acquisitions, contact the attorneys at the Warren Law Group at (866) WLGROUP or email info@warren.law.

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Non-Profit Owner Charged in Fraud Scheme for Abroad Military

The Minnesota Attorney General has charged Jacob Choinski and his Non-Profit organization, Contributing 2 Combatants and Coast 2 Coast Marketing, with defrauding donors after he took door-to-door donations for personal enrichment under the guise of helping military members overseas. If you have been affected by fraud, fiduciary malfeasance, or are under investigation by state or…

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FINRA Fines and Suspends Former JPMorgan Broker

A former JP Morgan broker faces a $10,000 fine and suspension of all FINRA member activity for 18 months after he split investors’ orders into smaller trades to artificially boost his commissions. If you have been affected by financial fraud, fiduciary malfeasance, or are under investigation by the SEC or FINRA, speak with an attorney…

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New Jersey Investor Defrauds Family, Friends, Community

The SEC has accused Seth P. Levine of defrauding real estate investors, including “family, friends, and other investors, many of whom belonged to the Orthodox Jewish community,” out of millions of dollars. If you have been affected by financial fraud, fiduciary malfeasance, or are under investigation by the SEC or FINRA, speak with an attorney…

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New Jersey Man Defrauds Investors Close to Home

The SEC has accused Seth P. Levine of defrauding real estate investors, including “family, friends, and other investors, many of whom belonged to the Orthodox Jewish community,” out of millions of dollars. If you have been affected by financial fraud, fiduciary malfeasance, or are under investigation by the SEC or FINRA, speak with an attorney…

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Greenrose Acquires Four Cannabis Businesses

Greenrose Acquisition Corp acquired four cannabis businesses, in addition to five it already owns, in anticipation of a relaxed regulatory environment by the Biden administration surrounding cannabis. Our business attorneys handle all matters related to startup and maturing business. Call Warren Law Group’s experienced corporate counsel for a free consultation today at (866) 954-7687 or…

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SEC Brings Charges Against AT&T and Executives

The SEC has accused AT&T and three executives of selectively disclosing sales information to forecasters to falsely bolster their earnings reports. AT&T plans to fight the lawsuit. If you have been affected by financial fraud, fiduciary malfeasance, or are under investigation by the SEC or FINRA, speak with an attorney at Warren Law Group today…

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John McAfee and Associate Charged With Securities Fraud

John McAfee and Jimmy Gale Watson are subject to fraud charges in a $23 million pump-and-dump scheme, according to  leveraging McAfee’s reputation to drive up the share price of Initial Coin Offering (ICO) cryptocurrency bids. If you have been affected by financial fraud, fiduciary malfeasance, or are under investigation by the SEC or FINRA, speak…

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