Woodbridge Group & Robert Shapiro — Alleged Ponzi Scheme

SEC Sues Woodbridge Group, Robert Shapiro for Allegedly Operating $1.2 Billion Ponzi Scheme which Purportedly Targeted Main Street Investors The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently announced charges and an asset freeze against Woodbridge Group and Robert Shapiro who allegedly operated a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme that purportedly bilked thousands of retail investors, according to an SEC Complaint currently under… Read more »

Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund—Sale of Securities by Unregistered Brokers

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Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund Allegedly Engaged in the Offer and Sale of Unregistered Securities, the Sale of Securities by Unregistered Brokers, and the Commission of Fraud in Connection with the Offer, Purchase, and Sale of Securities Woodbridge Mortgage Investment Fund, of Sherman Oaks, California, allegedly engaged in the offer and sale of unregistered securities, the sale of… Read more »

Thomas Edward Andrews— Fraudulent Theft of Investment Funds

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Thomas Edward Andrews, Purportedly with the Known Assistance of Scott Walter Christensen, Allegedly Convinced 23 Investors to Put $8.38 million of Savings and Retirement Funds into Two Investments; Andrews Allegedly Solicited Investors, Mostly from a Small Utah Community, into Two Investments,  “the Jackson Trust” and “the Lincoln” Thomas Edward Andrews, with the knowing assistance of… Read more »

Troy Baldridge—Investment Fraud

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Troy C. Baldridge, Former Virginia Sunday School Teacher and Youth League Football Coach, Allegedly Stole over $500,000 from 15 Clients during a Five-year Span; Baldridge Allegedly Forged Client Signatures Troy Baldridge, 48, and a former registered investment adviser and broker-dealer in Glen Allen, Virginia, allegedly stole over $500,000 from 15 clients over five years and… Read more »

Richard Gomez – Excessive Trading

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Richard Gomez Allegedly Engaged in Excessive Trading of Three IRA’s; Gomez also Allegedly Engaged in Unethical Behavior via a Settlement Agreement Richard Gomez allegedly engaged in several types of misconduct in four separate IRAs of three Avenir customers, according to a recent FINRA Letter of Acceptance, Waiver and Consent (AWC) currently under review by attorneys Joe… Read more »

Richard Siskey—Property Fraud Allegations

Richard Siskey, a Prominent Charlotte Businessman, Found Dead after an Apparent Suicide; Siskey Had Purportedly Faced Losing Property after Allegations of Fraud Richard Siskey, a prominent Charlotte businessman, has been found dead via gunshot after an apparent suicide, according to News Reports from Charlotte currently under review by attorneys Joe Peiffer and James Booker. Siskey’s… Read more »

Ash Narayan — Misappropriation of Client Funds, Investment Fraud

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Ash Narayan, of Irvine, California Dealing with Interim Suspension Delivered by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) Ash Narayan, of Irvine, California, must face the consequences of an interim suspension from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board), according to reports from the CFP under examination from attorneys… Read more »

Bryan Lee Addington—Investment Fraud, Ponzi Scheme

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Bryan Lee Addington Allegedly Ran a $3.5 Million Scheme which Defrauded Numerous Investors Bryan Lee Addington, of Ethel, Louisiana, allegedly ran a $3.5 million scheme which defrauded numerous investors, according to a Federal Indictment from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Louisiana currently under review by attorneys Joe Peiffer and James Booker…. Read more »

Christopher Brogdon Bonds at Center of New Lawsuit Filed by the Peiffer Wolf Securities Attorneys

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The Peiffer Wolf securities attorneys recently filed a new lawsuit on behalf of investors who invested in municipal bond offerings organized by Christopher Brogdon. The Peiffer Wolf lawyers sued a financial institution and two underwriters that, according to the allegations in the complaint, assisted in the Brogdon Bond programs. Investors who invested in Brogdon’s bond… Read more »

Four Peiffer Wolf Partners Selected as 2017 Super Lawyers

NEW ORLEANS, CLEVELAND, AND LOS ANGELES – Four Peiffer Wolf lawyers were selected to the 2017 Super Lawyers list. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, according to Thompson Reuters, its sponsor. Joseph C. Peiffer, the Peiffer Wolf managing member in… Read more »