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Fraudulent Trading and Vicarious Liability
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Fraud can be committed through many methods, such as mail, wire, phone, and the internet. Acts that may constitute criminal fraud in a corporate setting include: (1) falsification of business records; (2) false billing; (3) forgery of documents or signatures; (4) embezzlement; (5) creation of false companies; (6) false insurance claims; (7) bankruptcy fraud; (8) investment frauds (such as Ponzi schemes); (9) tax fraud; and (10) securities fraud. Individuals convicted of federal corporate fraud offenses can face up to 30 years imprisonment per count, which can be either enhanced or departed from under the United ...
DREAM GAMES OF ARIZONA, INC.; American Software Development Company, Inc., Plaintiffs-Appellees, v. PC ONSITE; Casey Hagon, Defendants-Appellants, Affordable Video Systems, Ltd.; Garland Pierce; Frank Diana City Entertainment, Defendants, v. Paul Perez, Third-party-defendant. Dream Games of Arizona, Inc.; American Software Development Company, Inc., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. PC Onsite; Casey Hagon, Defendants-Appellees, Affordable Video Systems, Ltd.; Garland Pierce; Frank Diana City Entertainment, Defendants, v. Paul Perez, Third-party-defendant. Nos. 07-15847, 07-15919. Argued ... Read More