Banking & Finance

U.S. Extends Its Search for Dirty Money in Real Estate

February 24, 2017 Administrative Law, Banking & Finance, Criminal Law, Government The U.S. Treasury Department said it will extend its search for criminals who seek to launder money by buying U.S. real estate, according to a Reuters report. The U.S. Treasury Department Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has had in place […]

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Payday Loan Judgment is a Record for the FTC at 1.3 Billion

October 5, 2016 General Counsel News The Federal Trade Commission, in its first public remarks since a federal judge last week entered a $1.3 billion judgment against payday loan businessman Scott Tucker, called the penalty the largest of its kind, reports The Kansas City Star. The judgment against Tucker and related entities […]

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