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N.J. couple and two diagnostic companies ordered to pay $7.75m
Newark federal courtJuly 14, 2016 ET
A Morris County, N.J., couple and their diagnostic imaging companies were ordered to pay more than $7.75 million.
U.S. fines Norway shipper nearly $100m for price-fixing
Wallenius WilhelmsenJuly 14, 2016 ET
In September 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice started investigations into the car carrying industry and ocean transport to and from the United States.
Juno Therapeutics and its CEO sued for securities fraud
Juno TherapeuticsJuly 14, 2016 ET
Juno Therapeutics and its chief executive officer, Hans E. Bishop, were named as defendants in a lawsuit filed by Block & Leviton and Tousley Brain Stephens alleging that they violated the federal securities laws.
Golden Agri Intl to pay $150,000 for failing to report cash positions
Golden Agri IntlJuly 13, 2016 ET
CFTC issued an order filing and simultaneously settling charges against Golden Agri International that operates as a processor and trader of crude palm oil, which it hedges with soybean oil futures contracts,.
DESK will pay 650,000 RUB for abusing dominance
DESKJuly 13, 2016 ET
Elektroset Municipal Unitary Enterprise (Kizilyurt) filed a complaint to the antimonopoly body regarding DESK PJSC with the Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation (FAS).
Agrocorp Intl to pay $150,000 for call cotton reporting violations
Agrocorp InternationalJuly 13, 2016 ET
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) issued an order filing and settling charges against Agrocorp International, a commodities trading and distribution company headquartered in Singapore.
Optus to refund more than $2m to mobile phone insurance customers
Optus Insurance ServicesJuly 13, 2016 ET
Optus Insurance Services will refund approximately $2.4 million to around 175,000 Optus mobile customers and will write to around 500,000 customers who may be affected.
$300,000 recovered for Floridians in June
Adam H. PutnamJuly 12, 2016 ET
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services recovered more than $300,000 for Floridians during the month of June.
A.G. Schneiderman files lawsuit against companies that scammed thousands
Eric T. SchneidermanJuly 11, 2016 ET
New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman's office has filed a lawsuit against New York City-based Delta Services and its predecessor Ultimate Security Force, a/k/a U.S.F. (Ultimate Security), and their owner Jeffreys Paulino.
Two former executives of Louis Berger sentenced in foreign bribery scheme
Louis BergerJuly 9, 2016 ET
Two former executives of Louis Berger International (LBI), a New Jersey-based construction management company, have been sentenced in connection with a long-running bribery scheme.
Former Aussie broker admits to charges for false loan applications
Downing CentreJuly 9, 2016 ET
Madhvan Nair, a former mortgage broker with AHL Investments (trading as Aussie), has admitted to eighteen charges brought by Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC).
Redwood City resident pleads guilty to defrauding produce vendors
Food vegetablesJuly 8, 2016 ET
Remon Issa Daniel pleaded guilty in federal court to three counts of wire fraud for his scheme to defraud produce vendors.
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