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6 Things to Know About Anti-Money Laundering Law and OFAC Enforcement

If 2023 was any indicator, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) will be extremely active in 2024. As global turmoil continues, we can expect to see more changes to the agency’s Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (SDN) list, as well as even more...

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Does a Subpoena Have to Be Served in Person?

Being served with a subpoena immediately leaves you with lots of questions, and the subpoena itself provides very few answers. It also provides you with very little time to get your bearings and make the decisions you need to make in order to protect yourself. If you received your subpoena...

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What are the Charges for PPP Loan Fraud?

Due to a high volume of calls, we are able to only take those PPP clients who have received a PPP loan greater than $100,000. If your loan is less, we have created a list of PPP resources that should help you with any challenges that you might have. PPP...

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What are the Red Flags for PPP Loan Fraud?

Due to a high volume of calls, we are unable to take on more PPP clients at this time. However, we have created a list of PPP resources that should help you with any challenges that you might have.   PPP Resources:  Find an attorney to defend you - https://lawyers.findlaw.com/lawyer/practice/white-collar-crimes   Find...

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I Received a DOJ, U.S. Attorney, or FBI Target Letter… Now What?

Call the Federal Defense Law Firm and Former Justice Department Prosecutors of Oberheiden P.C. Today: Free & Confidential There are two ways to look at an FBI target letter The obvious way is to see the seriousness of its message; after all, Federal Bureau of Investigation target letters essentially announce...

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Understanding SEC Investigations

What happens during an SEC investigation? Our federal securities fraud defense lawyers explain. Attorney John W. SellersSEC Investigation Team LeadFormer DOJ Trial Attorney Each year, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) brings hundreds of civil and administrative enforcement actions against individuals and companies for violations of the nation’s federal...

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DOJ Targets COVID-19 Test Fraud

While federal authorities are continuing to aggressively investigate and prosecute Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) fraud—which has been called the "biggest fraud in a generation"—this isn't the only form of COVID-19 fraud that remains on the government's radar. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is...

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Promoter Liability in SEC Investigations: A Growing Concern for Celebrities and Other Endorsers

Endorsements are big business opportunities for celebrities, athletes, and online influencers. With global stars like Christiano Ronaldo reportedly receiving as much as $2.4 million for a single post, these highly lucrative deals are attractive not only due to the financial windfall they provide, but also due to the minimal amount...

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Notice of Suspension – Credible Allegation of Fraud Notice

Healthcare providers who accept Medicaid or Medicare and who rely heavily on these sources of funding for their business do so at considerable risk. Federal regulations give state agencies the ability to freeze you out of Medicaid or Medicare payments if there is even a credible allegation of fraud against...

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With Notice of Penalty Offenses, FTC Warns Companies Against Making Unsubstantiated Marketing Claims

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently sent a Notice of Penalty Offenses to 670 marketing companies warning them against making unsubstantiated claims. Substantiation is a key aspect of federal advertising compliance, and companies that make unsubstantiated claims to consumers can face civil fines of up to $50,120 as of...

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