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Invoking his belief that his European heritage had no relevance to U.S. taxes, Karas said, “does not negate a finding of recklessness or willful blindness.”
The SEC accused Fiore in a 2018 lawsuit of engaging in market manipulation schemes that produced more than $11.5 million in illicit proceeds from stock transactions.
“My life as a lawyer and a counselor, which I cherished and worked so hard to maintain for over 47 years, is now gone,” he had told U.S. District Judge Kenneth M. Karas.
Former Mount Vernon Deputy Police Commissioner Fraida Hickson had used another woman's credit card to pay for plastic surgery.
While many of Thomas’ and James’ alleged actions may have been improper, U.S. District Judge Kenneth M. Karas ruled on Sept. 10, they do not “reflect retaliation.”
Fraida Hickson used a Mount Vernon auxiliary police badge, according to the criminal complaint, to identify herself at the surgeon’s office in 2017.
A federal judge has ordered Patrick K. Dunn, a former sales executive at Crestwood Technology Group, to pay the Yonkers military contractor more than $1.2 million for stealing trade secrets.
Susan Chana Lask sued NameCheap Inc., an internet domain registrar, and John Doe, “whose identity is presently unknown,” for $2 million.
Castle hustled his prey in what is known as an “advance fee scam,” a common internet fraud.
Consumers Union “continues to deny any wrongdoing,” the settlement states. But it agreed to the deal, “taking into account the uncertainty and risks inherent in any litigation.”
“He cheated his clients, nickel-and-diming them every chance he could,” Benjamin R. Allee and Michael D. Maimin, assistant prosecutors, said in their sentencing memo.
A federal judge has denied a request to dismiss Cigna Health and Life Insurance Co.’s claim that two doctors in Carmel overbilled the company for $915,070 for unnecessary tests.
The ruling comes on the heels of a $101.3 million sale of the Ridgeview Apartments in Elmsford that was connected to alleged illegal transactions.
A one-year prison term, the U.S. Attorney’s Office argued, “would diminish respect for the law and undermine general deterrence.”
“I was unable to resist the temptation of the money being offered to me,” John C. Gallagher Jr. wrote to the judge.
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