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Contract Lawyer Suspended for Overcharging Public Defender

Lawyer, Jennifer Meyer, has been suspended for the overcharging of a public defender’s legal services and car mileage. The agency was billed for more than 24 hours a day on 30 different days. She also copied repayment requests for mileage … Continue reading

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Kendall Jenner Resolves Lawsuit over Instagram Post

A 2017 music festival, also known as Fyre Festival, was being promoted on Instagram by reality TV star and model, Kendall Jenner. The lawsuit was presented by a bankruptcy trustee who was regaining money for the creditors of the festival … Continue reading

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JCPenney To File for Bankruptcy

JCPenney is facing financial troubles amid the outbreak and the shutting down of their department stores. Sephora stated recently that they would not reopen their doors after the pandemic and that they would stop restocking in store products.  Sephora’s products … Continue reading

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Injured in an Accident? We can help!

You may have heard on the radio, but the Law Office of Camron Hoorfar will help you handle personal injury matters! We have even launched a new site to help navigate your personal injury needs mykclawyer.com. Personal Injury Law is … Continue reading

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Missouri Brings Lawsuit Due to COVID

Recently, the Attorney General of Missouri filed suit against Chinese groups and China itself seeking relief from damages against Missourians because of COVID-19. The suit is brought forth due to the ‘misfeasance’ of China in their failure to notify the … Continue reading

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Tough Mudder Creditors Try to Pit the Race Company into Bankruptcy

Tough Mudder Inc. creditors are attempting to push the organizer of extreme obstacle races into bankruptcy over $855,000 that they say the company owes them, Bloomberg News reported. The firm is facing claims from Valley Builders LLC, Trademarc Associates Inc. … Continue reading

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Good Behavior for Expungement Counts Back from Filing

To expunge a conviction, the statutes provide offenses can be eligible after passage of a specified period without a felony or misdemeanor. Some individuals with misdemeanor convictions can file petitions after three years and those with felonies, after seven years. … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo Ex-CEO Banned in Fake-Account Scandal

A regulator barred former Wells Fargo chief executive John Stumpf from the banking industry and fined him $17.5 million over the firm’s fake-accounts scandal, an extraordinary sanction for a top executive at a large bank, Wall Street Journal Reported. Mr. … Continue reading

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PayPal Squares Up with U.S. Regulator Over New Prepaid-Card Rule

PayPal Holdings sued federal banking regulators alleging that its new rule has hampered the company’s ability to offer credit products and has created confusion among users of its popular digital-payment services PayPal and Venmo with a new regulation on prepaid … Continue reading

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Former NFL Players Fraud Scheme Picked Off

The Justice Department charged 10 former NFL players with defrauding a health-care program for retired players of nearly $4 million. Among them a group the Justice Department filed charges against are Robert McCune, John Eubanks, Tamarick Vanover, Ceandris Brown, James … Continue reading

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