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Rochester Attorney Suspended

Michael J. Quinn, a Rochester attorney, has been suspended from practicing law, ruled by a split Minnesota Supreme Court. After an investigation, it was revealed that Quinn embezzled funds from clients and failed to effectively advise them.  The attorney was … Continue reading

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Eviction Moratorium To End This Week

The Federal Eviction Moratorium that was put in place for tenants in late March, has come to an end. With moratorium expiring, landlords are given the greenlight to proceed with action for their delinquent tenants. This means, the property-owners are … Continue reading

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Small Business Loan Program gets Extension from Trump

Recently, the deadline for the Paycheck Protection Program was extended by the signing of a bill by the President. Due to numbers not adding up, as far as those who qualify for the PPP loan, some have yet to apple … Continue reading

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CFPB Sues Timemark Inc. Plus its Owners

A Florida based company, Timemark Inc., have come to a settlement with The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Timemark, its owners and its officers are being accused of charging illegal advance fees to buyers who are looking to renegotiate, settle, reduce, … Continue reading

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Former Prosecutor May Face Charges

A former prosecutor, Jeanne Lippert, from Erie County may be facing charges after her bankruptcy case was reopened. Jeanne filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in January of this year. The federal government wants to reopen because of accusations of “false … Continue reading

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Former Bumble Bee CEO is Sentenced to Prison

Ex-chief executive officer, Chris Lischewski, was sent to prison for more than three years for taking part in a price control scheme. A federal jury, in San Francisco, found Lischewski and his colleagues guilty of manipulating prices for packaged seafood … Continue reading

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Simon Property Group Suing GAP for Unpaid Rent

The country’s largest mall owner, Simon Property Group, is filing a lawsuit against Gap Inc. for missed rent payments. The landlord says the company has withheld rent for the past 3 months and owes over $66 million in total, this … Continue reading

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Ex- U.A.W. President Pleads Guilty

Ex-U.A.W. President, Gary Jones pleaded guilty to embezzling union funds. Per an agreement with federal prosecutors, Jones admitted to using more than $1 million of those funds for vacation rentals, golf outings, clothing, liquor, and expensive meals. Abiding by the … Continue reading

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Guilty of Possession Means No Reinstatement

Missouri now has a required denial under a new statute that denies driver’s license reinstatement for possession charges. This statute states further that reinstatement cannot occur within 5 years of the filing petition. This means, that time in which a … Continue reading

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Santander Consumer USA Inc., Resolves Greedy Car Loan Claim

For $550 million, Santander Consume USA Inc., settled with 36 states for car loans to low-income non-preferred borrowers. Some of those states claim Santander neglected to monitor dealers that fabricated borrowers’ incomes and other information when proposing loan applications for … Continue reading

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