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Procurement Fraud and Grant Fraud enforcement programs are likely to be revitalized by the Trump Administration.

It’s no shock that a political change in the Executive Branch leads to an increase in grant fraud and procurement fraud enforcement. The reason? There is low risk in scrutinizing grants and contracts awarded by the outgoing administration. Whatever shenanigans are discovered by a new Administration will

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Ten California Real Estate Investors Face Sentencing for Bid-Rigging Scandal

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Ten California men have been exposed for their role in a large scale bid-rigging racket revolving around foreclosed home auctions.  All of the real estate investors have been sentenced to pay restitution fees ranging from $5,000 to $1 million while seven of the men face imprisonment.

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Three More Companies Plead Guilty to Fixing Prices of Electrolytic Capacitors

Cinnaminson, NJ-  In a recent development in a deepening global scheme to fix prices of electrolytic capacitors, highly specialized capacitors central to the automotive industry, three more companies have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to alter the market.  The U.S. District Court in San Francisco reports

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NDGA: Two Investors Plead Guilty to Bid Rigging, Expose Foreclosed Homes Racket

Cinnaminson, NJ-  Michael Stock and John Stovall Jr., Georgia real estate investors, pleaded guilty in the district court of the Northern District of Georgia to bid rigging and fraud in public auctions.  Exposing a systematic scheme to defraud the housing market, Stock and Stovall explained that they,

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SDOH: Two Japanese Companies, Their U.S. Subsidiaries, and Over 100 Charged in Automotive Bid Rigging Scandal

Cinnaminson, NJ-  The southern district of Ohio has announced the indictment of two Cincinnati companies’ executives and the charging of over 100 others following investigation of U.S.-Japan automotive parts bid rigging racket.  Toque Kogyo Co Ltd and Maruyasu Industries Co Ltd came under fire for fixing prices for body sealing

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DOJ: Investigation into Automobile Maritime Shipping Racket Continues, Fourth Charge Made

Cinnaminson, NJ- Following investigation multi-corporation shipping racket with emphasis on the fixture of the roll-on, roll-off cargo (automobiles) market, the fourth individual indictment has been made. Mauricio Javier Garrido Garcia, of South American CSAV, has been charged for consciously fixing trade routes, rigging bids, and adjusting prices

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Fourth Individual in NYPA Big-Rigging Scandal Comes Forward, Faces up to Three Years and $250,000

Cinnaminson, NJ- The joint DOJ-IRS-New York Inspector General investigation of bid rigging and fraud within the New York Power Authority ciation has charged its fourth individual. John Simonlacaj of White Plains, NY confessed to a one-count felony charge of aiding NYPA authorities in filing a false tax

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Hitachi Chemical Reaches Next Step in Plea: $3.8 Million Fine, Probation, More

Cinnaminson, NJ- Hitachi Chemical, of an ongoing investigation into bid rigging and price fixing, has reached a next step in its plea agreement. The company is the majority supplier of electrolytic capacitors to American automotive companies but has come under investigation for market fixture so as to

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