Wells Fargo Faces Lawsuit Alleging Fraud Over Unwanted Car Insurance Sales

Wells Fargo Faces Lawsuit Alleging Fraud Over Unwanted Car Insurance Sales

Penalty imposed on a 50% owner. If employers fail to pay over payroll tax, the IRS can charge responsible parties with a trust fund recovery penalty equal to the unpaid taxes. In one case, a U.S. District Court imposed the full penalty on a 50% owner, based on his significant role in the company’s finances, even though he didn’t know that his partner (whose duties included paying taxes) had failed to pay them. Responsibility, said the court, is a matter of “status, duty or authority, not…

Penalty imposed on a 50% owner. If employers fail to pay over payroll tax, the IRS can charge responsible parties with a trust fund recovery penalty equal to the unpaid taxes. In one case, a U.S. District Court imposed the full penalty on a 50% owner, based on his significant role in the company’s finances, even though he didn’t know that his partner (whose duties included paying taxes) had failed to pay them. Responsibility, said the court, is a matter of “status, duty or authority, not…

Surgical mesh is used in a variety of circumstances where medical specialists apply this as a remedy for damaged tissue in the body. One of the predominant areas where the mesh is used is within the repair of soft tissue in hernia patients. One of the main motivating factors for using a surgical mesh device …

Surgical mesh is used in a variety of circumstances where medical specialists apply this as a remedy for damaged tissue in the body. One of the predominant areas where the mesh is used is within the repair of soft tissue in hernia patients. One of the main motivating factors for using a surgical mesh device …

Republican poll monitors kicked out in Philly and had to go to court to be reinstated. New Black Panthers are back on the prowl there again.  Remember, Black Panthers were indicted for voter intimidation in 2008 but Obama's DOJ dropped the case.  In fact, U.S. District Court Judge found that “documents reveal that political appointees within DOJ were conferring about the status and resolution of the New Black Panther Party case in the days preceding the DOJ’s dismissal of claims in that…

Republican poll monitors kicked out in Philly and had to go to court to be reinstated. New Black Panthers are back on the prowl there again. Remember, Black Panthers were indicted for voter intimidation in 2008 but Obama's DOJ dropped the case. In fact, U.S. District Court Judge found that “documents reveal that political appointees within DOJ were conferring about the status and resolution of the New Black Panther Party case in the days preceding the DOJ’s dismissal of claims in that…

George Sten & Co expertise is in all areas of Criminal Law (including everything from assault, apprehended violence orders, drink driving & traffic offences, computer crime through to drug importation and murder trials) and we have a high profile within the Criminal Law area. We also have extensive experience in dealing with claims made by victims of sexual assault.

George Sten & Co expertise is in all areas of Criminal Law (including everything from assault, apprehended violence orders, drink driving & traffic offences, computer crime through to drug importation and murder trials) and we have a high profile within the Criminal Law area. We also have extensive experience in dealing with claims made by victims of sexual assault.

OLATUN'S NEWS: Anti-Melaye protest rocks Kogi

OLATUN'S NEWS: Anti-Melaye protest rocks Kogi

Cecily McMillan’s Guilt: Injustice at Its Most Basic   https://news.vice.com/article/cecily-mcmillans-guilt-injustice-at-its-most-basic   Cecily McMillan’s guilty verdict in Manhattan district court on Monday delivered a gut punch to the last vestiges of Occupy Wall Street. Above all, the decision highlights the workings of a criminal justice system bent on chilling dissent and defending the status quo...

Cecily McMillan’s Guilt: Injustice at Its Most Basic https://news.vice.com/article/cecily-mcmillans-guilt-injustice-at-its-most-basic Cecily McMillan’s guilty verdict in Manhattan district court on Monday delivered a gut punch to the last vestiges of Occupy Wall Street. Above all, the decision highlights the workings of a criminal justice system bent on chilling dissent and defending the status quo...

German pop star Nadja Benaissa was found guilty of knowingly infecting an ex-boyfriend with HIV by having unprotected sex without telling him of her status. The 28-year-old, who performed in the band No Angels, received a two-year suspended sentence. Here, she waits for the beginning of another session of her trial in the district court house in the western German city of Darmstadt on Aug. 25

German pop star Nadja Benaissa was found guilty of knowingly infecting an ex-boyfriend with HIV by having unprotected sex without telling him of her status. The 28-year-old, who performed in the band No Angels, received a two-year suspended sentence. Here, she waits for the beginning of another session of her trial in the district court house in the western German city of Darmstadt on Aug. 25

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is currently processing the constitutional status of the CFPB in PHH Corp. v CFPB, but according to Bloomberg BNA, many believe the court will rule for the CFPB, setting up the case for consideration by the U.S. Supreme Court.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is currently processing the constitutional status of the CFPB in PHH Corp. v CFPB, but according to Bloomberg BNA, many believe the court will rule for the CFPB, setting up the case for consideration by the U.S. Supreme Court.

On September 20, 1850 the slave trade was banned in Washington DC as part of the Missouri Compromise. However, slavery continued to be legal there until April 16, 1862. #TodayInBlackHistory

On September 20, 1850 the slave trade was banned in Washington DC as part of the Missouri Compromise. However, slavery continued to be legal there until April 16, 1862. #TodayInBlackHistory

A federal district court's ruling that only Gonzalez's father could petition for asylum on the boy's behalf was upheld by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, federal agents took Gonzalez from his relatives and returned him to Cuba in June 2000. The true story of Elian Gonzalez is on DVD.

A federal district court's ruling that only Gonzalez's father could petition for asylum on the boy's behalf was upheld by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, federal agents took Gonzalez from his relatives and returned him to Cuba in June 2000. The true story of Elian Gonzalez is on DVD.

California Judge Approves $27M Driver Settlement in Lyft Lawsuit.     			A U.S. judge has given final approval to a settlement agreement in a class-action lawsuit against Lyft Inc., ending a legal case that challenged the independent contractor status of the ride-hailing service’s drivers. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco gave his final approval to the $27 million settlement, after granting preliminary approval in June, according to court filings. The j

California Judge Approves $27M Driver Settlement in Lyft Lawsuit. A U.S. judge has given final approval to a settlement agreement in a class-action lawsuit against Lyft Inc., ending a legal case that challenged the independent contractor status of the ride-hailing service’s drivers. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco gave his final approval to the $27 million settlement, after granting preliminary approval in June, according to court filings. The j

Have a DWI? Now you'll be going to criminal court, instead of traffic court. NEW ORLEANS – As of Feb. 1, DWI cases are no longer being prosecuted by city attorneys at Traffic Court.  Instead, they’re being handled around the corner at Orleans Parish Criminal Court. It’s a move District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro said will allow his prosecutors to go after repeat offenders with high blood-alcohol levels. https://twitter.com/How_To_Beat_DUI/status/828837706167939072 #DWI #DWIarrests #DWIcourt

Have a DWI? Now you'll be going to criminal court, instead of traffic court. NEW ORLEANS – As of Feb. 1, DWI cases are no longer being prosecuted by city attorneys at Traffic Court. Instead, they’re being handled around the corner at Orleans Parish Criminal Court. It’s a move District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro said will allow his prosecutors to go after repeat offenders with high blood-alcohol levels. https://twitter.com/How_To_Beat_DUI/status/828837706167939072 #DWI #DWIarrests #DWIcourt

Registrar Shuts Down Pirate Bay Domain Names  Last May the Stockholm District Court ordered the Pirate Bays .SE domains to be handed over to the Swedish state a decision which is currently being appealed.  In a response The Pirate Bay decided to quickly redirect its visitors to a Hydra of six new domain names in case the .SE domains were lost for good.  The notorious torrent site decided to use more than one domain name anticipating that not all would survive pressure from copyright holders…

Registrar Shuts Down Pirate Bay Domain Names Last May the Stockholm District Court ordered the Pirate Bays .SE domains to be handed over to the Swedish state a decision which is currently being appealed. In a response The Pirate Bay decided to quickly redirect its visitors to a Hydra of six new domain names in case the .SE domains were lost for good. The notorious torrent site decided to use more than one domain name anticipating that not all would survive pressure from copyright holders…

FACEBOOK is facing the real possibility of paying its users up to $10,000 EACH, for violating their privacy, if the plaintiffs prevail in a developing lawsuit. The case is known as Campbell v. Facebook Inc, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, No. 13-5996. The lawsuit was filed by FACEBOOK user Matthew Campbell. The suit is seeking class action status on behalf of all American users who sent or received private messages that included any website addresses in their content…

FACEBOOK is facing the real possibility of paying its users up to $10,000 EACH, for violating their privacy, if the plaintiffs prevail in a developing lawsuit. The case is known as Campbell v. Facebook Inc, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, No. 13-5996. The lawsuit was filed by FACEBOOK user Matthew Campbell. The suit is seeking class action status on behalf of all American users who sent or received private messages that included any website addresses in their content…

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