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    2022 Articles


    $4B Stanford Fraud Case Against Banks to Go to Trial in Houston 

    After more than a dozen years of motions, objections, petitions and appeals, the multibillion-dollar civil fraud case against five banks that provided financial services to Ponzi scheme perpetrator R. Allen Stanford and his investment firm will finally go to trial later this year and the trial will take place in Houston. (Houston Chronicle)

    Donald Trump Investigation Reveals New Details of Alleged Fraud 

    Donald Trump's family business misrepresented the value of some of its biggest assets by hundreds of millions of dollars, according to documents filed by the New York attorney general. (BBC)

    Elizabeth Holmes Convicted of Fraud but Acquitted on Other Charges 

    A jury convicted Holmes, who was CEO throughout the company's turbulent 15-year history, on two counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit fraud after seven days of deliberation. (CBS)

    IRS' Top 10 Criminal Cases of 2021 

    Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation this week announced its top 10 cases for calendar year 2021. (ThinkAdvisor)





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