• wheelchair
    May 14, 2018

    Disability Law for Land Use & Zoning Decisionmakers

    Legislators and others making zoning and land use decisions should ensure that their decisions comply with applicable disability law. While local government officials often have read zoning ordinances, they rarely have read applicable disability laws or even read about them. Given that an estimated 20-30 percent of families have a member with a disability, that is no longer acceptable.

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  • SEC seal
    April 24, 2018

    Regulation Best Interest is really Regulation Status Quo

    Regulation Best Interest ? Under the SEC’s proposed Regulation Best Interest, the SEC says a broker-dealer would be required to act in the best interests of a retail customer when making a recommendation of any securities transaction or investment strategy involving securities to a retail customer. This is the SEC’s plan to displace the Department of Labor’s uniform fiduciary standard for retirement accounts which was adopted after YEARS of analysis.

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  • Bernie Madoff
    April 12, 2018

    Madoff ponzi scheme victims to recover more

    $504 million more to victims of Madoff ponzi scheme. Madoff ponzi scheme victims are to receive another $504 million from assets that government seized after the collapse of one of the largest frauds in history. Payments to victims could reach $4 billion. Much of these funds were recovered from Madoff’s family and friends, Madoff’s bank J.P. Morgan Chase, and from wealthy investors who had cashed out billions of what turned out to be fictitious profits.

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  • Martin Shkreli
    April 11, 2018

    Martin Shkreli investor to recover losses

    Shkreli investor to recover losses. A NJ federal court ordered convicted fraudster Martin Shkreli to pay one defrauded hedge fund investor about $388,000 in restitution. 

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