Tag Archives: fraud

New York – AG obtains court order against attorney and condo developers

N.Y. AG obtains court order against attorney and condo developersNEW YORK (Legal Newsline) – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced Friday he has obtained a court order against a Brooklyn attorney and his condominium developer clients to temporarily bar them from doing condo and securities-related work. The order prohibits attorney Harold Gruber and his clients, Shiraz Sanjana and Joseph Scarpinito, from doing the work while a court case is pending.

Embedly Powered

Tennessee – Lawsuit alleges fraud by officers of Brentwood homeowners association

Lawsuit alleges fraud by officers of Brentwood homeowners associationBeneath the facade of one of Brentwood’s most affluent communities, neighbors have come toe-to-toe in federal court over allegations of wiretapping, fraud and public, vulgar name-calling. A homeowner in the gated Hampton Reserve subdivision has filed a lawsuit in U.S.

Embedly Powered

Florida – Deltona men accused of creating timeshare resort to defraud investors

Scott Allen Bass and Anthony Michael Roberts were arrested and accused of creating a timeshare scheme to defraud investors of more than $30,000, according to an investigator with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.A Deltona man and a partner were arrested and accused of creating a timeshare scheme to defraud investors of more than $30,000, according to an investigator with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Embedly Powered

Nevada – Judge says HOA scam victims unlikely to get restitution

Judge: Might be difficult for HOA scam victims to get restitutionA federal judge voiced sympathy Thursday for homeowners victimized in the sweeping scheme to defraud homeowners associations, but said it may be hard to get them restitution. “I sure wouldn’t hold my breath,” Senior U.S. District Judge Lloyd George said during a rare hearing he called to address the restitution issue.

Embedly Powered

via Lvrj

Nevada – Federal prosecutors pursue restitution in corruption case involving HOAs

Federal prosecutors pursue restitution in corruption case involving HOAsFederal prosecutors say they are working hard to obtain restitution for victims in the investigation into corruption at Las Vegas Valley homeowners associations. Charles La Bella, the Justice Department lawyer spearheading the investigation, filed court papers Tuesday informing a federal judge of the government’s efforts.

Embedly Powered

via Lvrj