• What Should You look For In A Litigation Financier

    LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the key traits you should look for in a litigation financier

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • The big money behind 'Please call me' innovator

    The Constitutional Court ruling for Nkosana Makate, the inventor of the Please Call Me, has been lauded as a win for the little guy but behind Makate was the might of a litigation financier, Sterling-Rand. On this episode of MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield is joined by Errol Elsdon, Director at Sterling Rand Litigation Fund to discuss this growing industry and the type of investors it attracts.

    published: 11 May 2016
  • Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh, Film Financier Duke It Out In New Lawsuits

    Relativity and a film finance company are feuding in a pair of lawsuits. Hardly a week since RKA Film Financing sued Ryan Kavanaugh for allegedly failing to pay millions of dollars owed, the company filed a second lawsuit against the Relativity CEO, accusing him of fraudulently mismanaging $75 million in funds from RKA. Then the same morning, Relativity filed its own lawsuit against RKA, claiming the company's litigation is a calculated bid to disrupt the embattled studio's negotiations with new investors. The company claims Kavanaugh raised money from RKA for the print and advertising (or distribution) costs of specific films, including the studio's delayed Masterminds and upcoming Solace, The Disappointments Room and Before I Wake, then diverted the funding into other company costs like ...

    published: 24 Jul 2015
  • FBI Tracks Down Texas Financier in Fraud Case

    Texas financier R. Allen Stanford was tracked down Thursday in Virginia, where FBI agents served him with legal papers in a multibillion-dollar fraud case. (Feb. 19)

    published: 20 Feb 2009
  • Origins of Litigation Finance

    LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the origins of Litigation Finance

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Gretchen Morgenson on Why JPMorgan Chase May Be Getting Off Easy

    In a criminal investigation, JPMorgan Chase is facing action from federal authorities who suspect that the bank turned a blind eye to Bernard L. Madoff's Ponzi scheme. That's yet another headache in a week of migraines for America's largest bank; last Friday JPMorgan Chase reached a tentative $13 billion settlement with federal prosecutors for their alleged manipulation of mortgage securities, which helped trigger the Great Recession. There may be more pain to come as the megabank faces litigation on a number of fronts. And JPMorgan Chase is not alone -- it is one of several banks being investigated by the government for mortgage fraud. While many headlines in the financial press accuse the government of conducting a witch hunt, Pulitzer Prize-winninggives offers Bill a completely differ...

    published: 25 Oct 2013
  • ESIL LECTURE: Jean-Marc Sorel

    Dans le cadre du cours "Organisation internationale" de la Professeure Laurence BOISSON DE CHAZOURNES, M. Jean-Marc SOREL, Professeur de droit public à l’Ecole de droit de la Sorbonne (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne), a donné une conférence sur "Le foisonnement et la variété des organismes dans la régulation financière internationale" mardi 25 octobre 2016 à l'Université de Genève.

    published: 09 Nov 2016
  • San Francisco couple buy a street with 38 mansions on it

    San Francisco, couple, buy, a, street, with ,38 mansions ,on it A savvy couple have snapped up the best property deal in San Francisco, buying a gated street with 38 mansions on it for a mere $90,000. Tina Lam and Michael Cheng now own the roads, sidewalk and other previously public areas of Presidio Terrace, a cul-de-sac that has played home to Nancy Pelosi, among other notable figures. That's come as a shock to the residents of the street - where homes cost an average of $5.1 million - who lost the property when the governing board failed to pay a $14-a-year property tax, SF Chronicle reported. Lam, who was born in Taiwan, and Cheng, originally from Hong Kong, came across the deal in April 2015 when looking for property bargains in San Francisco, where the median home value is now $1.2...

    published: 08 Aug 2017
  • Gestion et structuration fiscale d’une acquisition sous LBO, l'approche post-BEPS

    Dans le cadre de la conférence Capital Transmission, évènement organisé par Les Echos Events, la rédaction de Capital Finance et l’AFIC le 29 juin prochain, découvrez l'interview de Arnaud MOURIER, Associé responsable du département M&A du cabinet d'avocats Taj.

    published: 23 Jun 2017
  • Helen Davis Chaitman: JP Morgan Knew About Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme From Beginning?

    Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed first time guest, lawyer & Co-Author of JPMadoff: The Unholy Alliance between America's Biggest Bank and America's Biggest Crook http://jpmadoff.com/, Helen Davis Chaitman. Helen's book can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/JPMadoff-Alliance-between-Americas-Biggest/dp/1522886206/ During this 25+ minute interview, Jason starts off by asking Helen about her background and how she got involved with the Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme case? Helen admits she was an investor with Madoff and that she lost all of her liquid assets when Madoff's Ponzi Scheme fell apart. Helen talks about her difficult fight to get her money back. She started working for free to help other Madoff victims repair their lives during the 2008 crisis as many of he...

    published: 16 Jun 2016
  • Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard Madoff said in an interview that banks and hedge funds were

    HEADLINE: Madoff to newspaper: Banks 'complicit' in fraud CAPTION: Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard Madoff said in an interview that banks and hedge funds were "complicit" in his scheme to fleece victims out of billions of dollars. (Feb. 16) NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOTLIST (Location: New York, February 16, 2011) (Source: AP) (VO: New York Times front page) BERNARD MADOFF PUT HIMSELF BACK ON THE FRONT PAGE. THE RECORD-SETTING PONZI SCHEMER, SERVING A 150-YEAR SENTENCE FOR FRAUD, GAVE A TWO-HOUR JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW TO A NEW YORK TIMES REPORTER. MADOFF SAID THE BANKS AND BIG HEDGE FUNDS HE WORKED WITH HAD TO KNOW WHAT HE WAS UP TO. THE EVIDENCE WAS THERE, IN THE DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN WHAT HE TOLD FEDERAL REGULATORS AND WHAT HE TOLD THE BANKS. (NATS; ...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Capital Account asks Jamie Dimon about the Failed Bear Stearns Acquisition at the CFR!

    check us out on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/CapitalAccount Follow us @ http://twitter.com/laurenlyster http://twitter.com/coveringdelta JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon, said the bank did the Federal Reserve a "favor" by acquiring Bear Stearns in 2008 and that the bank has lost up to 10 billion dollars related to its acquisition through litigation, write downs, etc. Jamie Dimon was in Washington D.C., at the Council on Foreign Relations, where Capital Account segment producer Justine Underhill asked him if he now regretted working with the Fed to acquire Bear Stearns. Specifically, the New York Attorney General's filing of a civil lawsuit alleging fraud related to mortgage securities at Bear is what sparked the market's concern. Below we have some of Jamie Dimon's response: Dimon said JP ...

    published: 10 Oct 2012
  • Developments in the UK

    LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses litigation finance market developments in the UK

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Linklaters - Crisis management: Steering your organisation through the first 72 hours

    DescriptionLinklaters has been involved in many high profile crisis situations, advising both corporates and financial institutions. Drawing on their wealth of experience, partners from our litigation, corporate and financial regulatory department shared their views on what you need to be considering in those first 72 hours to ensure that your first reactions to the crisis do not come back to bite you.

    published: 19 Nov 2015
  • Horizon Conference 2012 - Panel: impacts of the regulatory developments

    David Ricketts, Senior Reporter, Ignites Europe, Financial Times Jean-Marc Goy, Counsel for International Affairs, Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) Geoffrey Cook, Partner, Brown Brothers Harriman Sheenagh Gordon-Hart, Executive Director, Worldwide Securities Services, J.P. Morgan Europe Limited Geoff Radcliffe, Managing Director, BlackRock Luxembourg S.A. Discover more on the Horizon Conference's website: http://www.horizonconference.lu/previous-editions/

    published: 06 May 2013
  • Elements of a Financing Agreement

    LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the key elements of a financing agreement

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Introduction to LCM

    An introduction to LCM, Litigation Finance Specialists

    published: 30 Sep 2016
  • JPMorgan Chase Slides on Madoff Trustee Suit, Concerns for Additional Litigation

    JPMorgan Chase (JPM) remains down almost 1.5% after the trustee overseeing the distribution of assets remaining from Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme filed suit last night against the bank, seeking $6.4 billion. Chase was Madoff's long-time bank and the trustee contends it should have known the convicted financier was stealing investor monies. JPM officials dismiss the allegation as ""irresponsible and overreaching."" Much of JPM's records related to Madoff are now under seal but several observers today said the real damage from the suit could come if plaintiff lawyers are successful in gaining access to those records, setting up the bank for a slew of suits by aggrieved investors.

    published: 03 Dec 2010
  • Women in the Boardroom - Latham WEB event in London

    Our Women Enriching Business committee gathered executives from leading private equity firms, financial institutions and corporates to discuss the issues and challenges associated with ‘Women in the Boardroom’. The high-profile event held in London featured a keynote speech by Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the CBI, followed by a panel discussion involving female executives from a variety of renowned global businesses.

    published: 14 Apr 2016
  • Actions That Can Be Pursued

    LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the main actions that can be pursued using litigation Finance

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • A Whistleblower's Nightmare - Janet Fulton's Story

    In this new Insider Exclusive Investigative Network TV Special, A Whistleblower's Nightmare -- Janet Fulton's Story, our News team goes behind the headlines with Mary-Alice Coleman, of the Law Offices of Mary-Alice Coleman and Lawrance Bohm, of The Bohm Law Group, as they represent Janet Fulton, in a classic David v Goliath "Whistleblower/Retaliation/Wrongful Termination" case against the University of Calif Regents. Read full story here: http://www.insiderexclusive.com/justice-in-america/a-whistleblowers-nightmare-janet-fultons-story

    published: 13 Jun 2014
  • Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme Litigation

    Milberg Partner Rob Wallner sits down with Class Action Central to discuss pending litigation on behalf of investors who have suffered losses in the Madoff Ponzi Scheme.

    published: 28 Oct 2010
  • Offshore Tax Fraud: Lessons Learned From 'The USA v. The Billionaire Wyly Brothers'

    Offshore Tax Fraud: Lessons Learned From 'The USA v. The Billionaire Wyly Brothers' For decades, aggressive tax evasion strategies have been used by sophisticated investors and businesses to hide income and lower tax bills, usually through the use of proven failed methods. This session will review the massive offshore tax fraud committed by the billionaire Texas business moguls Samuel Wyly and Charles Wyly, and the numerous financial planning errors that caused their collapse, including improperly-used offshore trusts, lack of minimal disclosure, overly complex structures, failed tax strategies and the inability to use current aggressive tax avoidance methods as a substitute. THEME: Tax Evasion Arthur VanDesande, Founder, Concorde Associates & Retired Senior Special Agent, IRS Criminal ...

    published: 05 May 2017
  • Bernard Madoff's longtime secretary said she believes the disgraced financier is not cooperating with authorities in order to protect others.

    Bernard Madoff's longtime secretary said she believes the disgraced financier is not cooperating with authorities in order to protect others. Eleanor Squillari co-wrote an account of her time working for Madoff for Vanity Fair's June issue. (May 6)

    published: 07 May 2009
  • Divorce and Domestic Relations Litigation Financial Advisers Guide

    published: 22 Dec 2016
  • What Should You look For In A Litigation Financier

    LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the key traits you should look for in a litigation financier

    published: 28 Sep 2016
  • Fundamentals of Sound Litigation Financing

    When litigation financiers follow some fundamental best practices, much of the purported dangers of litigation financing disappear.

    published: 12 Aug 2017
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    Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert http://sinaubookgratis.club/?book=1118116399

    published: 13 Apr 2017
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What Should You look For In A Litigation Financier

What Should You look For In A Litigation Financier

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LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the key traits you should look for in a litigation financier
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The big money behind 'Please call me' innovator

The big money behind 'Please call me' innovator

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The Constitutional Court ruling for Nkosana Makate, the inventor of the Please Call Me, has been lauded as a win for the little guy but behind Makate was the might of a litigation financier, Sterling-Rand. On this episode of MoneyMakers, Bruce Whitfield is joined by Errol Elsdon, Director at Sterling Rand Litigation Fund to discuss this growing industry and the type of investors it attracts.
https://wn.com/The_Big_Money_Behind_'Please_Call_Me'_Innovator
Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh, Film Financier Duke It Out In New Lawsuits

Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh, Film Financier Duke It Out In New Lawsuits

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Relativity and a film finance company are feuding in a pair of lawsuits. Hardly a week since RKA Film Financing sued Ryan Kavanaugh for allegedly failing to pay millions of dollars owed, the company filed a second lawsuit against the Relativity CEO, accusing him of fraudulently mismanaging $75 million in funds from RKA. Then the same morning, Relativity filed its own lawsuit against RKA, claiming the company's litigation is a calculated bid to disrupt the embattled studio's negotiations with new investors. The company claims Kavanaugh raised money from RKA for the print and advertising (or distribution) costs of specific films, including the studio's delayed Masterminds and upcoming Solace, The Disappointments Room and Before I Wake, then diverted the funding into other company costs like salaries and personal expenses like helicopters for Kavanaugh. Relativity fired back in a lawsuit for $200 million, claiming in the complaint filed in New York state court RKA knew the loans entered into a general account not required for spending on specific films. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/film/~3/sEFVEYoRaBM/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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FBI Tracks Down Texas Financier in Fraud Case

FBI Tracks Down Texas Financier in Fraud Case

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Texas financier R. Allen Stanford was tracked down Thursday in Virginia, where FBI agents served him with legal papers in a multibillion-dollar fraud case. (Feb. 19)
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Origins of Litigation Finance

Origins of Litigation Finance

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LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the origins of Litigation Finance
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Gretchen Morgenson on Why JPMorgan Chase May Be Getting Off Easy

Gretchen Morgenson on Why JPMorgan Chase May Be Getting Off Easy

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In a criminal investigation, JPMorgan Chase is facing action from federal authorities who suspect that the bank turned a blind eye to Bernard L. Madoff's Ponzi scheme. That's yet another headache in a week of migraines for America's largest bank; last Friday JPMorgan Chase reached a tentative $13 billion settlement with federal prosecutors for their alleged manipulation of mortgage securities, which helped trigger the Great Recession. There may be more pain to come as the megabank faces litigation on a number of fronts. And JPMorgan Chase is not alone -- it is one of several banks being investigated by the government for mortgage fraud. While many headlines in the financial press accuse the government of conducting a witch hunt, Pulitzer Prize-winninggives offers Bill a completely different perspective: "If the Justice Department were being tough on Wall Street they would be talking about bringing criminal cases against individuals who helped to perpetrate this immense crisis." she said. Morgenson adds that the investigations into JPMorgan Chase show that it and many other financial institutions are still 'too big to fail,' which means taxpayers could once again be forced to bail them out.
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ESIL LECTURE: Jean-Marc Sorel

ESIL LECTURE: Jean-Marc Sorel

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Dans le cadre du cours "Organisation internationale" de la Professeure Laurence BOISSON DE CHAZOURNES, M. Jean-Marc SOREL, Professeur de droit public à l’Ecole de droit de la Sorbonne (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne), a donné une conférence sur "Le foisonnement et la variété des organismes dans la régulation financière internationale" mardi 25 octobre 2016 à l'Université de Genève.
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San Francisco couple buy a street with 38 mansions on it

San Francisco couple buy a street with 38 mansions on it

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San Francisco, couple, buy, a, street, with ,38 mansions ,on it A savvy couple have snapped up the best property deal in San Francisco, buying a gated street with 38 mansions on it for a mere $90,000. Tina Lam and Michael Cheng now own the roads, sidewalk and other previously public areas of Presidio Terrace, a cul-de-sac that has played home to Nancy Pelosi, among other notable figures. That's come as a shock to the residents of the street - where homes cost an average of $5.1 million - who lost the property when the governing board failed to pay a $14-a-year property tax, SF Chronicle reported. Lam, who was born in Taiwan, and Cheng, originally from Hong Kong, came across the deal in April 2015 when looking for property bargains in San Francisco, where the median home value is now $1.2 million, according to Zillow. They discovered that the private street had been put up for a city auction because its property homeowners' association hadn't paid the annual $14 county property tax in 30 years. Presidio Terrace, the most prestigious street in the city, was for sale because of a mere $994 in back-taxes, fines and interest. The couple - who live in San Jose, 45 miles away from San Francisco - put their winning $90,100 bid down without even checking out the property first. Over the past two years the residents of the gated street have gone about their business, unaware that the asphalt, sidewalks, manicured islands, plants and palm trees surrounding them were now owned by the couple. Ironically, sales of houses on the street were restricted to whites only until 1948. In the intervening two years, Lam and Cheng have been looking at ways to monetize their newly acquired plot. 'We were looking to get title insurance so it could be marketable,' Cheng said. But eventually they decided that they could charge 'a reasonable rent' for the 120 parking spaces on the street instead. And if Presidio Terrace's occupants weren't interested, then perhaps others from outside the gated community would snap up the deal instead. The locals only found out that they'd lost their land on May 30, when they were contacted to see if they were interested in buying it back. They learned that the reason the homeowner's association hadn't paid the bills was that the city's notices had been going to an accountant who hadn't been employed by the street since the 1980s. They were not pleased. 'I was shocked to learn this could happen, and am deeply troubled that anyone would choose to take advantage of the situation and buy our street and sidewalks,' one homeowner, who did not wish to be named, told the Chronicle. Others complained that the city did not notify them of the auction. But city spokeswoman Amanda Fried was unapologetic. 'Ninety-nine percent of property owners in San Francisco know what they need to do, and they pay their taxes on time,' she said. 'And they keep their mailing address up to date.' She added that her office can do 'nothing' about the sale now. However, the homeowners' association is still trying to have the results of the auction overturned. That may not be an easy matter, however, because the sale went through two years ago. In the meantime, they have filed a suit against the city and the couple to try to stop the street being sold while other litigation about the auction is pending. As well as Pelosi, other notable former residents of the street include San Francisco Mayor Joseph Alioto, and Senator Dianne Feinstein and her husband, financier Richard C Blum.
https://wn.com/San_Francisco_Couple_Buy_A_Street_With_38_Mansions_On_It
Gestion et structuration fiscale d’une acquisition sous LBO, l'approche post-BEPS

Gestion et structuration fiscale d’une acquisition sous LBO, l'approche post-BEPS

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Dans le cadre de la conférence Capital Transmission, évènement organisé par Les Echos Events, la rédaction de Capital Finance et l’AFIC le 29 juin prochain, découvrez l'interview de Arnaud MOURIER, Associé responsable du département M&A du cabinet d'avocats Taj.
https://wn.com/Gestion_Et_Structuration_Fiscale_D’Une_Acquisition_Sous_Lbo,_L'Approche_Post_Beps
Helen Davis Chaitman: JP Morgan Knew About Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme From Beginning?

Helen Davis Chaitman: JP Morgan Knew About Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme From Beginning?

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Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed first time guest, lawyer & Co-Author of JPMadoff: The Unholy Alliance between America's Biggest Bank and America's Biggest Crook http://jpmadoff.com/, Helen Davis Chaitman. Helen's book can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/JPMadoff-Alliance-between-Americas-Biggest/dp/1522886206/ During this 25+ minute interview, Jason starts off by asking Helen about her background and how she got involved with the Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme case? Helen admits she was an investor with Madoff and that she lost all of her liquid assets when Madoff's Ponzi Scheme fell apart. Helen talks about her difficult fight to get her money back. She started working for free to help other Madoff victims repair their lives during the 2008 crisis as many of her litigation cases against banks were not moving forward and protected by big government and both political parties. Helen even spoke to Bernie Madoff himself in multiple phone conversations after his Ponzi scheme collapsed and Madoff revealed to Helen that JP Morgan knew about this epic fraud scheme the entire time! Helen found out from Madoff himself how he kept $3-$6 billion in cash all the time in his account at JP Morgan Chase! Helen talks about how banks received $34 trillion in aid from the Federal Reserve and the US government during the 2008 financial crisis and up to present day. Jason and Helen discuss how banks are manipulating other markets like LIBOR, gold, silver and other commodities and why the US government won't prosecute any banking executives or other white collar criminals? To hear more about Helen's fight against JP Morgan, the total corruption of the financial system and Helen's fight to get her money back, please listen AND share this interview! Please visit the Wall St for Main St website here: http://www.wallstformainst.com/ Follow Jason Burack on Twitter @JasonEBurack Follow Mo Dawoud on Twitter @m0dawoud Follow Wall St for Main St on Twitter @WallStforMainSt Also, please take 5 minutes to leave us a good iTunes review here! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wall-street-for-main-street/id506204437 If you feel like donating fiat, Bitcoin, Bitgold, gold or silver, Wall St for Main St accepts donations on our main website. Wall St for Main St is also available for personalized investor education and consulting! Please email us to learn more about it!
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Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard Madoff said in an interview that banks and hedge funds were

Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard Madoff said in an interview that banks and hedge funds were

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HEADLINE: Madoff to newspaper: Banks 'complicit' in fraud CAPTION: Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard Madoff said in an interview that banks and hedge funds were "complicit" in his scheme to fleece victims out of billions of dollars. (Feb. 16) NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOTLIST (Location: New York, February 16, 2011) (Source: AP) (VO: New York Times front page) BERNARD MADOFF PUT HIMSELF BACK ON THE FRONT PAGE. THE RECORD-SETTING PONZI SCHEMER, SERVING A 150-YEAR SENTENCE FOR FRAUD, GAVE A TWO-HOUR JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW TO A NEW YORK TIMES REPORTER. MADOFF SAID THE BANKS AND BIG HEDGE FUNDS HE WORKED WITH HAD TO KNOW WHAT HE WAS UP TO. THE EVIDENCE WAS THERE, IN THE DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN WHAT HE TOLD FEDERAL REGULATORS AND WHAT HE TOLD THE BANKS. (NATS; MILBERG) (SOURCE; AP) NOTHING NEW SAYS ATTORNEY BRAD FRIEDMAN, WHO REPRESENTS MORE THAN A HUNDRED MADOFF VICTIMS. (SOT/Brad Friedman, plaintiffs' attorney, Milberg) ``We have been alleging for two years now in a variety of derivative litigation pending predominantly in New York State that the banks should have known, and that other hedge funds knew, or should have known, and had access to information.'' (AP PHOTO: IRVING PICARD, TRUSTEE) THE TIMES ISN'T THE ONLY ENTITY TALKING TO MADOFF. IRVING PICARD, THE BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE CHARGED WITH GETTING VICTIMS' MONEY BACK, HAS INTERVIEWED HIM AS WELL. (NATS: BRADLEY SIMON) AND BRADLEY SIMON, A FORMER FEDERAL PROSECUTOR NOW IN PRIVATE PRACTICE, SAYS THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OUGHT TO VISIT MADOFF AS WELL. (SOT/ Bradley Simon, former assistant US Attorney) ``Really, the government, if the Justice Department weren't so concerned about public relations and so afraid to be perceived as giving him a deal, they ought to be using him too, to make cases. SO FAR, CASES HAVE BEEN MADE AGAINST ONLY A HANDFUL OF FORMER MADOFF ASSOCIATES. (EXTERIOR: J.P. MORGAN CHASE HQ, NEW YORK) (SOURCE: AP ) (STANDUP WARREN LEVINSON, The Associated Press) ``Madoff did not identify the banks he considered complicit in the fraud. But the trustee has filed a six point four billion dollar lawsuit against J.P. Morgan Chase. The bank has said it was under no legal obligation to sniff out the Madoff fraud. (NY TIMES FRONT PAGE, February 16, 2011 /OR MARK MADOFF MATERIAL) MADOFF DID GIVE THE TIMES ONE BIT OF PERSONAL; INFORMATION. WHEN HIS 46-YEAR OLD SON MARK KILLED HIMSELF IN DECEMBER, HE SAYS IT WAS PRISON AUTHORITIES WHO TOLD HIM HE WOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7f70a22ecec115b09ca0d30037078cda Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Capital Account asks Jamie Dimon about the Failed Bear Stearns Acquisition at the CFR!

Capital Account asks Jamie Dimon about the Failed Bear Stearns Acquisition at the CFR!

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check us out on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/CapitalAccount Follow us @ http://twitter.com/laurenlyster http://twitter.com/coveringdelta JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon, said the bank did the Federal Reserve a "favor" by acquiring Bear Stearns in 2008 and that the bank has lost up to 10 billion dollars related to its acquisition through litigation, write downs, etc. Jamie Dimon was in Washington D.C., at the Council on Foreign Relations, where Capital Account segment producer Justine Underhill asked him if he now regretted working with the Fed to acquire Bear Stearns. Specifically, the New York Attorney General's filing of a civil lawsuit alleging fraud related to mortgage securities at Bear is what sparked the market's concern. Below we have some of Jamie Dimon's response: Dimon said JP Morgan Chase was asked by the government to buy Bear Stearns "at great risk to ourselves." When asked if he would reconsider acquiring Bear Stearns knowing what he knows know about the company, Jamie Dimon said: "it's real close," and said that his board wouldn't let him. Dimon said the 10 billion dollars in Bear-related losses can be put in the "unfair category," adding that he "thinks the government should think twice before they punish businesses every single time something goes wrong." Here's the Q&A from the press conference with Dimon's attempt to settle the score.
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Developments in the UK

Developments in the UK

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LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses litigation finance market developments in the UK
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Linklaters - Crisis management: Steering your organisation through the first 72 hours

Linklaters - Crisis management: Steering your organisation through the first 72 hours

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DescriptionLinklaters has been involved in many high profile crisis situations, advising both corporates and financial institutions. Drawing on their wealth of experience, partners from our litigation, corporate and financial regulatory department shared their views on what you need to be considering in those first 72 hours to ensure that your first reactions to the crisis do not come back to bite you.
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Horizon Conference 2012 - Panel: impacts of the regulatory developments

Horizon Conference 2012 - Panel: impacts of the regulatory developments

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David Ricketts, Senior Reporter, Ignites Europe, Financial Times Jean-Marc Goy, Counsel for International Affairs, Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) Geoffrey Cook, Partner, Brown Brothers Harriman Sheenagh Gordon-Hart, Executive Director, Worldwide Securities Services, J.P. Morgan Europe Limited Geoff Radcliffe, Managing Director, BlackRock Luxembourg S.A. Discover more on the Horizon Conference's website: http://www.horizonconference.lu/previous-editions/
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Elements of a Financing Agreement

Elements of a Financing Agreement

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LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the key elements of a financing agreement
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Introduction to LCM

Introduction to LCM

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An introduction to LCM, Litigation Finance Specialists
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JPMorgan Chase Slides on Madoff Trustee Suit, Concerns for Additional Litigation

JPMorgan Chase Slides on Madoff Trustee Suit, Concerns for Additional Litigation

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JPMorgan Chase (JPM) remains down almost 1.5% after the trustee overseeing the distribution of assets remaining from Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme filed suit last night against the bank, seeking $6.4 billion. Chase was Madoff's long-time bank and the trustee contends it should have known the convicted financier was stealing investor monies. JPM officials dismiss the allegation as ""irresponsible and overreaching."" Much of JPM's records related to Madoff are now under seal but several observers today said the real damage from the suit could come if plaintiff lawyers are successful in gaining access to those records, setting up the bank for a slew of suits by aggrieved investors.
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Women in the Boardroom - Latham WEB event in London

Women in the Boardroom - Latham WEB event in London

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Our Women Enriching Business committee gathered executives from leading private equity firms, financial institutions and corporates to discuss the issues and challenges associated with ‘Women in the Boardroom’. The high-profile event held in London featured a keynote speech by Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the CBI, followed by a panel discussion involving female executives from a variety of renowned global businesses.
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Actions That Can Be Pursued

Actions That Can Be Pursued

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LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the main actions that can be pursued using litigation Finance
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A Whistleblower's Nightmare - Janet Fulton's Story

A Whistleblower's Nightmare - Janet Fulton's Story

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In this new Insider Exclusive Investigative Network TV Special, A Whistleblower's Nightmare -- Janet Fulton's Story, our News team goes behind the headlines with Mary-Alice Coleman, of the Law Offices of Mary-Alice Coleman and Lawrance Bohm, of The Bohm Law Group, as they represent Janet Fulton, in a classic David v Goliath "Whistleblower/Retaliation/Wrongful Termination" case against the University of Calif Regents. Read full story here: http://www.insiderexclusive.com/justice-in-america/a-whistleblowers-nightmare-janet-fultons-story
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Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme Litigation

Bernie Madoff Ponzi Scheme Litigation

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Milberg Partner Rob Wallner sits down with Class Action Central to discuss pending litigation on behalf of investors who have suffered losses in the Madoff Ponzi Scheme.
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Offshore Tax Fraud: Lessons Learned From 'The USA v. The Billionaire Wyly Brothers'

Offshore Tax Fraud: Lessons Learned From 'The USA v. The Billionaire Wyly Brothers'

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Offshore Tax Fraud: Lessons Learned From 'The USA v. The Billionaire Wyly Brothers' For decades, aggressive tax evasion strategies have been used by sophisticated investors and businesses to hide income and lower tax bills, usually through the use of proven failed methods. This session will review the massive offshore tax fraud committed by the billionaire Texas business moguls Samuel Wyly and Charles Wyly, and the numerous financial planning errors that caused their collapse, including improperly-used offshore trusts, lack of minimal disclosure, overly complex structures, failed tax strategies and the inability to use current aggressive tax avoidance methods as a substitute. THEME: Tax Evasion Arthur VanDesande, Founder, Concorde Associates & Retired Senior Special Agent, IRS Criminal Investigation, Offshore Coordinator (Miami) Daniel Rashbaum, Partner, Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum (Miami) Recorded Live on May 01, 2017 at The 15th Annual OffshoreAlert North American Conference on Financial Intelligence & Investigations, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, Miami Beach, FL Learn more at: https://www.offshorealert.com/events/
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Bernard Madoff's longtime secretary said she believes the disgraced financier is not cooperating with authorities in order to protect others.

Bernard Madoff's longtime secretary said she believes the disgraced financier is not cooperating with authorities in order to protect others.

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Bernard Madoff's longtime secretary said she believes the disgraced financier is not cooperating with authorities in order to protect others. Eleanor Squillari co-wrote an account of her time working for Madoff for Vanity Fair's June issue. (May 6)
https://wn.com/Bernard_Madoff's_Longtime_Secretary_Said_She_Believes_The_Disgraced_Financier_Is_Not_Cooperating_With_Authorities_In_Order_To_Protect_Others.
Divorce and Domestic Relations Litigation Financial Advisers Guide

Divorce and Domestic Relations Litigation Financial Advisers Guide

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2016
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What Should You look For In A Litigation Financier

What Should You look For In A Litigation Financier

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LCM Managing Director Patrick Moloney discusses the key traits you should look for in a litigation financier
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Fundamentals of Sound Litigation Financing

Fundamentals of Sound Litigation Financing

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When litigation financiers follow some fundamental best practices, much of the purported dangers of litigation financing disappear.
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reads Litigation Services Handbook The Role of the Financial

reads Litigation Services Handbook The Role of the Financial

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Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert http://sinaubookgratis.club/?book=1118116399
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reads Litigation Services Handbook The Role of the Financial Expert

reads Litigation Services Handbook The Role of the Financial Expert

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Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert http://membacabookgratiss.club/?book=1118116399
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