fraud

You’ll Want to Keep Your Money

July 30, 2013 Anti-Money Laundering

You might be aware that financial institutions are required to report deposits of $10,000 or more by filing what is called a “Currency Transaction Report,” or CTR.  What you might not know is that it is that making multiple deposits of less than $10,000, in multiple accounts, in order to avoid the CTR reporting threshold, […]

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U.S. Federal Judge Denies Dismissal of U.S. Auto Dealer’s Lawsuit Against Indian Truck Manufacturer Mahindra

March 11, 2013 Commentary

Mahindra duped hundreds of U.S. auto dealers and walked away with more than $60 million in cash and trade secrets. A federal lawsuit was filed in June 2012 against Mahindra & Mahindra, Ltd, and Mahindra USA, Inc., by dealerships in New Hampshire, Florida, California, New Jersey, and Washington. The commercial suit accused the Indian truck […]

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Global Vehicles vs. Mahindra & Mahindra | A case of fraud, misrepresentation and conspiracy

June 12, 2012 Financial Fraud

A bag of false promises. When someone makes a promise then doesn’t deliver on that promise, the normal reaction for the duped is disappointment. But, when a major international truck manufacturer signs a contract with a franchisee dealer that requires significant advance costs, then manipulates the details in such a way that they take the […]

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Diaz Reus Blunts Criminal Sentence for Taiwanese Businessman’s OFAC Violation

August 31, 2010 China

Diaz, Reus & Targ, LLP Successfully Blunts Criminal Sentence For Taiwanese Businessman’s OFAC Violation (U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida – Case Number 10-20246-CR-Jordan) On Friday, August 27, Taiwanese businessman Yi-Lan “Kevin” Chen was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in federal prison by U.S. District Court Judge Adalberto Jordan, successfully avoiding a severe sentence […]

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Federal Court’s Decision Limits RICO’s Reach Outside U.S

August 26, 2010 Financial Fraud

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 25, 2010 Federal Court’s Decision Limits RICO’s Reach Outside U.S. Yesterday, a federal court in New York dismissed a RICO lawsuit brought by one of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’s most vocal critics, Eligio Cedeno. Mr. Cedeno, a fugitive from the Venezuelan justice system who is currently in Miami, Florida, sued […]

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Dubai Debtors Prison Snares Unwary Businesspeople

August 12, 2010 Commentary

Diaz Reus partner Carlos Gonzalez is quoted in a compelling August 11 Bloomberg article on the sorry state of Dubai justice and the dubious incarceration of foreign executives suspected of fraud. While striving to become a world-class financial center, Dubai’s justice system remains archaic and provincial. In an effort to address fraud and over-development, it […]

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Asian and Middle Eastern Business Ethics Hit Latin America

July 20, 2010 China

Beware when doing business in Latin America. Thanks to growing Chinese and Middle Eastern investment there, fraud and bribery are growing as well. Business practices considered unethical, fraudulent and illegal in the United States, such as bribery and financial “favors,” are largely tolerated and thriving in the developing regions of the Western Hemisphere, with little […]

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Recovering Assets from International Financial Fraud

July 20, 2010 Caribbean

The element of surprise. Tracking monies stolen by a Ponzi-scheme architect being prosecuted by the SEC, our investigators and attorneys found $15 million secreted in Panama accounts and moved to repatriate the assets. But two days before the freeze orders hit, the bad guys got tipped off by corrupt bank officials and moved the cash […]

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