Consumer Fraud Law
 
Brian Manley, Chief of Austin Police Department; Brian Manley, Individually; Commander Mark Spangler, Austin Police Department; Lt. Jerry Bauzon, Austin Police Department; Officer Benjamin Bloodworth, Austin Police Department; Officer Collin Fallon, Austin Police Department; Sgt. Eric Kilcollins, Training Coordinator, Austin Police Academy; and Officer Shand, Lead Instructor, Stress Reaction Training, Austin Police Academy v. Christopher Wise

Austin, Texas – Personal Injury lawyer represented Appellant with alleging that the defendants were responsible for serious injuries claim.



Wise, a former cadet in the Austin Police Academy, alleged that on October 1,
2018, he was engaged in “a very strenuous series of physical exercises in an activity entitled<... More...
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Justin W. LaPree v. Kelly M. LaPree

Austin, Texas – Divorce lawyer represented Appellant with appealing from the trial court’s final divorce decree



The parties married in 2012. While Kelly was a minor, her grandparents created
three irrevocable trusts (the Norris Trusts)—in 1989, 1991, and 1992, respectively—naming her
the sole primary ben... More...
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John B. Stevenson v. Shelton Coleman and Diamond X Properties, LLC

Austin, Texas – Real Estate lawyer represented Appellant appealing the dismissal his claims.



We review a trial court’s ruling on a Rule 91a motion de novo because the availability of a
remedy under the facts alleged is a legal question. Id. (citing City of Dallas v. Sanchez,
494 S.W.3d 722, 724 (Tex. 2016) (p... More...
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United States of America v. Bradley Glaspell

Clarksburg, West Virginia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with wire fraud.

“Bradley Glaspell, from Salem, West Virginia, was a shady contractor who took advantage of West Virginians who paid him up front and trusted that he would do the job,” said United States Attorney Ihlenfeld. “His dishonesty caused many to be left with unfinished projects and I’m pleased tha... More...
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United States of America v. Dr. Musaddig Nazeeri

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with violation of the false claims act.

Between February 10, 2021 and January 21, 2022, Dr. Musaddig Nazeeri billed Medicare for certain services that were not supported by the medical record. During the above timeframe, Dr. Nazeeri submitted Evaluation & Management (E&M) claims when the only service rendered was ... More...
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Byron Berry v. The New Gainesville Livestock Auction, LLC

Fort Worth, Texas – Business Law lawyer represented Appellant with appealing the trial court’s judgment on his deceptive-trade-practices claim.




Byron Berry appeals the trial court’s judgment on his deceptive-trade-practices
claim against The New Gainesville Livestock Auction, LLC. See Tex. Bus. & Com. More...
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United States of America v. Pamela Kathryn Conley

Tulsa, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with 24 counts of bank fraud and four counts of aggravated identity theft.

Pamela Kathryn Conley, age 60, admitted to bank fraud and aggravated identity theft in connection with a fraudulent loan scheme that netted her more than $800,000.

18 USC 1344: Bank Fraud; Forfeiture Allegation: 18 USC 982(a)(2) and 18 USC ... More...
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Seth Bookout, Leslye Romero, and Ryan Gallagher v. Jonathan Shelley and Stedfast Baptist Church

Fort Worth, Texas – Civil Litigation lawyer represented Appellants with the trial court’s denial of their motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed against them.

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In this accelerated interlocutory appeal, Appellants Seth Bookout, Leslye
Romero, and Ryan Gallagher challenge the trial court’s denial of their mot... More...
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United States of America v. Spryos Panos

White Plains, New York criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with health care fraud.

Spyros Panos, age 54, of Hopewell Junction, New York, a former surgeon who surrendered his license to practice medicine after a prior conviction for health care fraud in this District, abused our healthcare system for his own personal profit again, and he is now facing a return to prison. The... More...
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United States of America v. George H. Moses

Rochester, New York criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with fraud.

George H. Moses, age 53, of Rochester, New York, defrauded three nonprofit organizations; Rochester Housing Charities (RHC), which provides housing to the elderly and disabled; the North East Area Development (NEAD), which assists low-income residents in the northeast quadrant of Rochester; and Quad A for Ki... More...
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United States of America v. Sharon Gardner

Central Islip, New York criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud in connection with her participation in a kickback scheme.

Sharon Gardner, the former Director of Food Services for the Hempstead Union Free School District (“HUFSD”), pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud in connection with her p... More...
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United States of America v. Roldy Francosis

Providence, Rhode Island criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with bank robbery in violation of 18 U.S.C. 2113(a).

A Providence man with nine previous criminal convictions, including convictions on firearms, fraud, aggravated identity theft, and domestic assault charges, was sentenced today to nearly five years in federal prison for robbing a downtown Providence bank in April... More...
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United States of America v. Dr. Lindsay Clark

San Francisco, California criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with one misdemeanor count of violating the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) by receiving and delivering misbranded drugs and misbranded and adulterated devices. Her medical practice, Lindsay Clark, M.D., Medical Corporation, also pleaded guilty to one felony count of receiving and delivering misbranded drugs an... More...   $0 (11-28-2022 - CA)

United States of America v. Neil Cole

New York City, New York criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with fraudulently inflate Iconix’s revenue and earnings per share, making false filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), and misleading the conduct of audits.

“As a unanimous jury has now found, Neil Cole deceived his company’s investors and auditors in order to make his company ap... More...
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CL III Funding Holding Company, LLC v. Steelhead Midstream Partners, LLC; Strategic Energy Income Fund III, LP; Eagleridge Energy II, LLC; and Eagleridge Midstream, LLC

Fort Worth, Texas – Real Estate lawyer represented Appellant with a fractured and contentious” relationship between two pipeline co-owners.

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This case centers on the “[h]ighly fractured and contentious” relationship
between two pipeline co-owners—Appellant CL III Funding Holding Company, LLC
and Appel... More...
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In re Joyce Reece and Zachary Petitt

Houston, Texas – Civil Litigation lawyer represented Relators with filing a petition for a writ of mandamus.

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In his first amended petition, Roy, acting as next friend for Clarice A. Thomas,
brought claims against relators for fraud, false imprisonment, conversion, theft,
unjust enrichment, and civil conspir... More...
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DRC Construction v. Kelly Pickle

Houston, Texas – Civil Litigation lawyer represented Appellant with a dispute about payment.

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In May 2019, DRC Construction and Pickle signed a contract concerning
improvements to Pickle’s home, including repairs to a driveway and construction of
a new garage. In June 2020, DRC Construction, through Calcar... More...
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Dmintry Nikolenko v. Luiza Nikolenko

Houston, Texas – Divorce lawyer represented Appellant with considering whether (1) a Russian divorce decree deprived the trial court of subject-matter jurisdiction.



The Parties’ Relationship
Dmitry Nikolenko (“Dmitry”) and Luiza Nikolenko (“Luiza”) were married
on March 15, 2011 in Tashkent, Uzbekis... More...
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State of Oklahoma v. Melvin Girard Hall

Lawton, Oklahoma criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with human trafficking in violation of 21 O.S. 748, which provides:

A. As used in Sections 748 and 748.2 of this title:

1. "Coercion" means compelling, forcing or intimidating a person to act by:

a. threats of harm or physical restraint against any person,

b. any act, scheme, plan, or pattern... More...
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Taylor Morrison of Texas, Inc. and Taylor Woodrow Communities-League City. Ltd. v. Rodney Goff

Houston, Texas – Real Estate lawyer represented Appellee with alleging defective construction of his home.



In December 2014, Rodney Goff signed a purchase agreement for the
purchase of a new home to be constructed by Taylor Woodrow in the Mar Bella
subdivision of League City. The construction of the home was... More...
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In the Estate of: Lynne Vines, a/k/a Doris Lynne Vines, Deceased

Houston, Texas – Probate lawyer represented Appellant with complaining of the probate court’s order appointing a receiver in an underlying will contest.



Lynne Vines’s husband, Larry, started Dial Electrical Controls of Houston,
Inc. (“Dial Electrical”) and its sister company, LV Controls, Inc. (“LV Cont... More...
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United States of America v. Desiree Madiedo and Christopher Madiedo

Tampa, Florida criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with wire fraud.

Desiree Madiedo, age 45, of Brooksville, Florida, was hired in 2004 by Company 1, a worldwide agribusiness, to work in the company’s Tampa office. There, she initially worked as a receptionist and was later assigned to work in the company’s accounting and office management department where she handled th... More...
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United States of America v. Carey Mills

Honolulu, Hawaii criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with wire fraud in connection with a scheme to defraud the federal government of program funds intended for COVID-19-related relief.

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a federal loan program intended to help small businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic by providing them with funds to cover certain payroll costs, i... More...
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United States of America v. Richard "Alex" Murdaugh and Russell Lucius Laffitte

Charleston, South Carolina criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with bank fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, and three counts of misapplication of bank funds.

Former Palmetto State Bank CEO and alleged Richard "Alex" Murdaugh co-conspirator Russell Lucius Laffitte were indicted on bank fraud, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud, and three counts of misapplica... More...
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United States of America v. Renae Swanson

Butte, Montana criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with wire fraud.

From 2012 until 2019, Renae Swanson, age 59, embezzled $804,413 while working as an accountant and controller for Williams Plumbing & Heating. Swanson fraudulently altered the payroll process, resulting in her increasing the amount of money she received from the business.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Rya... More...
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