Showing posts from January, 2010

Cuomo Seeks Damages for Victims and Protection for Tenants in Over 9,500 Apartments

Texas Attorney Convicted for Role in Pump-and-dump Stock Manipulation Schemes

MICHAEL HERSHKOWITZ was sentenced today to four years in prison for his participation in a $27 million Ponzi scheme

EEOC Sues Law Firm Kelley Drye & Warren for Age Discrimination and Retaliation

$428,500 Decree Ends Suit Against Eagle Wings for Sexual Harassment, Retaliation and Disability Bias

EEOC Resolves Preliminary Injunction Action Against Aerotek, Inc. and Proceeds with Investigation

Memphis Goodwill Agrees to Pay $105,000 to Settle EEOC Race Bias and Retaliation Lawsuit

Added Charges in Celebrity Burglary Case

Columbus Accountant and Realtor Plead Guilty to Mortgage Fraud & Obstruction of Justice Conspiracies

ICE arrests Puerto Rican man for child porn and sexually enticing a minor

Village of Mineola and Mineola Fire Department Settle EEOC Age Discrimination Suit

Statewide Investigation Shows Telemarketers Routinely Lie to Donors During High-Pressure Calls

Charles et al v. Good Samaritan Hospital et al

Statement by Attorney General Eric Holder on MLK Day

Immigration attorney and associate sentenced on marriage fraud charges Subjects will face removal to their home country

U.S. Files Suit Against Johnson & Johnson for Paying Kickbacks to Nation’s Largest Nursing Home Pharmacy

William Singler’s American Legal Process failed to legally notify individuals that they faced lawsuits, resulting in default judgments against them without the chance to defend themselves

Anne Marcotte and Billie Jo O’Donnell were arrested for causing severe trauma to a quadriplegic patient

Arkansas Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiring to Commit Murders of African-Americans

ICE on Prime Time Reality TV Series, 'Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force' 

Georgia Car Dealership to Pay $140,000 for Racial Harassment of Black Manager

Lawsuit seeks restitution and an end to fraudulent practices

Samuel Rivera, was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.

Giumarra Vineyards Sued by EEOC for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Against Farm Workers

4 illegal aliens indicted for running prostitution ring 50 others found to be in U.S. illegally during investigation and placed into removal proceedings

Federal jury convicts previously deported man on sex trafficking charges Joint investigation dismantles family-operated outdoor brothel

Cocaine and Crack Cocaine Sales Made Inside Grant Houses, Near Two Schools

North Carolina Ginseng Dealer Sentenced to Prison for Illegal Export of Ginseng Valued Over $100,000

Purchasing Official at a New York City Hospital Pleads Guilty to Bid Rigging

ICE Secure Communities criminal alien initiative expanded to Sacramento, Solano counties

Investigation by Cuomo found hospital and nursing homes flushed painkillers, antibiotics, anti-depressants, hormones and other pharmaceuticals - risking release into drinking water supply

EEOC Sues Asia Pacific Hotels for Sexual Harassment

West Texas Cap Maker Settles EEOC Sexual Harassment Suit

Former Houston law office employee pleads guilty to immigration fraud

Sims Chevrolet To Pay $85,000 To Settle EEOC Suit For Racial Discrimination And Retaliation

Saks Fifth Avenue Settles EEOC Disability Discrimination Suit

EEOC Obtains $110,000 in Settlement of Sexual Harassment Case with Las Vegas Car Dealership

H&R Block to refund fees paid by all customers nationwide who purchased “Express IRAs”