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SEC Charges Five Physicians With Insider Trading in Stock of Medical Professional Liability Insurer

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged five physicians with insider trading in the securities of an East Lansing, MI-based holding company for a medical professional liability insurer.Read more


SEC Charges Orthofix International With FCPA Violations

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Texas-based medical device company Orthofix International N.V. with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) when a subsidiary paid routine bribes referred to as “chocolates” to Mexican officials in order to obtain lucrative sales contracts with government hospitals.Read more


SEC Freezes Assets of Missing Georgia-Based Investment Adviser

The Securities and Exchange Commission today obtained a court order to freeze the assets of a Georgia-based investment adviser who has apparently gone into hiding after orchestrating a $40 million investment fraud.Read more


SEC Charges Peter Madoff With Fraud and False Statements to Regulators

he Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Peter Madoff, the brother of Bernie Madoff, with committing fraud, making false statements to regulators, and falsifying books and records in order to create the false appearance of a functioning compliance program over Madoff’s fraudulent investment advisory operations.Read more


SEC Shuts Down $42 Million Ponzi-Like Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it has obtained an emergency court order to halt an alleged Ponzi-like scheme operated by Small Business Capital Corp. and its principal Mark Feathers, who raised $42 million by selling securities issued by Investors Prime Fund LLC and SBC Portfolio Fund LLC - two mortgage investment funds they controlled.Read more