Las víctimas olvidadas de Stanford ahora disponible en español

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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Golf Channel Wants Mulligan On $6M Stanford Suit

TGC LLC, doing business as Golf Channel, asked the Fifth Circuit on Wednesday to rehear its decision that the receiver for R. Allen Stanford’s Ponzi scheme could sue the sports channel for about $6 million, arguing that a previous ruling by the appeals court is at odds with the decision.

Golf Channel challenged a March 11 opinion finding that the Stanford receiver could attempt to claw back $5.9 million paid by a Stanford International Bank Ltd. unit as part of a two-year media contract because the...

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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Stanford-Related Fraud Class Sees Some Claims Trimmed

A Texas federal judge on Monday trimmed back class claims stemming from Allen Stanford’s $7 billion Ponzi scheme against attorneys and directors accused of aiding and abetting in a breach of fiduciary duty and a fraudulent scheme, among other allegations, saying that some of the claims were time-barred.

The class plaintiffs allege that numerous attorneys and former Stanford executives contributed to the sale of more than $7.2 billion in sham certificates of deposit from the mid 1980s until 2009, but Judge David C. Godbey ruled that...

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Chadbourne, Proskauer Renew Bid For Class Info In Ponzi Suit

Chadbourne & Parke LLP and Proskauer Rose LLP are redoubling their fight for documents in the possession of the receiver for Allen Stanford's Ponzi scheme that they say will reveal important information about a proposed class of plaintiffs suing the law firms for malpractice.

 The two law firms, defendants in a suit brought by victims of Robert Allen Stanford's $7 billion Ponzi scheme, say receiver Ralph Janvey should have to give them information about who is in the class.

 “To date, defendants have received no discovery...


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Thursday, March 12, 2015