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White Collar Fraud

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I am a convicted felon, former CPA, and former criminal CFO of Crazy Eddie. There is a saying, “It takes one to know one.” I teach law enforcement agencies and auditing professionals how to identify fraud and catch the crooks. In this blog, I share my views about white-collar crime, securities fraud, financial disclosures, the accounting profession, internal controls, Sarbanes-Oxley, government corruption, and other related topics. A  report by former LA Times reporter William Lobdell in iBusiness Reporting and an accompanying press release by Fraud Discovery Institute provide disturbing details of ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Underbelly: The Best Recent Finance Book You Haven't Read...
with the somewhat opaque subtitle "the SEC and Market Contrarians in the Age of Absurdity." I spotted it on a half-price shelf in Barnes & Noble (less than three months after publication) and bought it largely because I knew Rick very slightly 30 years ago and was curious what had become of him. Aside from the anodyne title, I can see why it sank like a stone. For an author and subject so central to our late nightmare it's a book almost utterly devoid of marketing hype (e.g., "How you can profit from Rick's three lessons! ") For a book with "SEC" on the cover, it is offers almost ... market research, surveys and trends
Goldman Sachs Settlement with SEC Ignores Company's Duty to ...
Goldman Sachs Settlement with SEC Ignores Company’s Duty to Provide Timely Disclosures to Shareholders about Investigation Leading up to Litigation Sam Antar, White Collar Fraud The Securities and Exchange Commission’s settlement of a lawsuit against Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) over a certain subprime mortgage product sold to investors misses a key issue concerning the company’s duty to provide timely and transparent disclosures to its own shareholders about government subpoenas, investigations, and pending enforcement actions against the firm. In this particular case, Goldman did not make timely disclosures about the ... market research, surveys and trends

SURVEY RESULTS FOR
WHITE COLLAR FRAUD

Other Crazy Eddie Information Resources - A Convicted Felon Speaks ...
How easy was it do all this?" Sammy asks. "Pulling this stuff off is like playing with kids. The big firms use their audit detail as a training ground. It’s not their fault, but these auditors, they’re kids just out of college. The firm recruits them out of college with their nice 3.5 to 4.0 GPAs. Excerpt from the book "Frankensteins of Fraud" by Joseph T. Wells - Chapter: The Antar Complex: Eddie Antar . The book " Frankenstein's of Frauds " written by Joseph T. Wells, described my central role in the Crazy Eddie fraud in an excert below. Sammy Finds His Calling His whole life, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FBI Publications - Law Enforcement Bulletin - June 1997 issue ...
"The future, my boy, is in plastics." When Dustin Hoffman's neighbor uttered this line in The Graduate, little did he know how prescient the statement would be, at least as it applies to the credit card industry. Although, the character was not referring to credit cards back when the film was released in 1967, no one can deny that the credit card market has been booming during the past 30 years. Industries that expand at such a rapid rate often are vulnerable to fraud schemes devised by those seeking to capitalize on new-found criminal opportunities, dated security measures, and outdated laws. The credit card ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
Skilling Decision: No Get Out Of Jail Free Card
Former Enron boss Jeffrey Skilling won an important victory for future defendants in white-collar criminal cases at the Supreme Court today, but it won't necessarily help him or others previously imprisoned under the disputed "honest services" statute. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's decision hews to well-established Supreme Court doctrine, which says: Don't overrule Congress if you can avoid it. Instead of throwing out the law as unconstitutionally vague, as some conservative scholars urged , Ginsberg boiled it down to its essence. Henceforth, to be convicted of the federal crime of depriving one's ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
US wrecks David Cameron's extradition pledge
A series of high-profile extradition attempts, including that of Gary McKinnon and three NatWest bankers, have sparked public anger over the arrangements. Photo: PA American government sources have said they believe the treaty is "fair" and is essential for the prosecution of people who have committed crimes in America but are in Britain. However, senior Conservatives and Liberal Democrat ministers, including Nick Clegg, have claimed that the extradition treaty is "one-sided" and does not provide enough protection for Britons. A series of high-profile extradition attempts, including that of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

View the article online - INTRODUCTION: TAX EVASION AS WHITE ...
TAX EVASION AS WHITE COLLAR FRAUD. 209. The purpose of punishing criminal tax offenses is similar to that of other white collar crimes, to punish and deter ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The National White Collar Crime Center: Helping America Fight ...
To learn more about the National White Collar Crime Center, contact: National White Collar Crime ... Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) in partnership ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Michigan State University Libraries - Criminal Justice Resources ...
Includes commentary on a variety of topics such as: Healthcare Fraud, Government Fraud, Financial Institution Fraud, Frank W. Abagnale, Telemarketing Fraud, Insurance Fraud, Bankruptcy Fraud, Securities Fraud, Securities Regulation, and Corporate Fraud. Thousands of white-collar criminals across the country are no longer being prosecuted in federal court and, in many cases, not at all, leaving a trail of frustrated victims and potentially billions of dollars in fraud and theft losses. It�s the untold story of the Bush administration�s massive restructuring of the FBI after the terror attacks of 9/11.� Source : Paul ...
REAL TIME
WHITE COLLAR FRAUD
  1. profile image wbaggia Fraud at record high: White collar crime in the UK is at an all-time high. Fraud losses rocketed to £1.1 billion f... http://bit.ly/aoAKnS
  2. profile image smallbusinessuk Fraud at record high: White collar crime in the UK is at an all-time high. Fraud losses rocketed to £1.1 billion f... http://bit.ly/9jFj4Z
  3. profile image SamAntar White Collar Fraud: I Have A Question About The Timing of Certain Stock Purchases by NBTY Insiders http://goo.gl/b/ldXZ
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How does Lennar Add Minkow and Fraud Discovery to Libel Suit?
NOTE: The information and commentary contained in this database entry are based on court filings and other informational sources that may contain unproven allegations made by the parties. The truthfulness and accuracy of such information is likely to be in dispute. Posted March 24th, 2009 by CMLP Staff Summary Threat Type: Lawsuit Date: 09/19/2008 Status: Pending Location: Florida Disposition: Verdict/Settlement Amount: n/a Legal Claims: Defamation; Extortion; Fraud; Tortious Interference; Trade Libel; Other Lennar Corporation and Lennar Homes of California, Inc. filed a lawsuit in Florida state court against Barry Minkow, ...
Is street crime more serious than white collar crimes??? - Yahoo ...
i believe that street crimes are more dangerous than white collar crimes, but when it comes to seriousness, wouldn't it be white collar crimes? does anyone agree or can present me statistics or web sites that help make my persuasion??? Member since: November 12, 2007 Total points: 4557 (Level 4) in america you can break into a house, steal 5 grand and get 5 years for it. but if you embezzle millions of dollars from a company you dont do any time at all. look at enron! they got a couple years thats it and millions are waiting for them when they get out since the Governator signed an agreement saying they didnt have to ...