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Colorado Springs man accused of securities fraud, theft

Robert Allen Zickefoose, 48, of Colorado Springs was indicted by a statewide grand jury on seven counts of securities fraud and theft, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced Monday. Zickefoose owns Zickefoose Reserves LLC, based in Colorado Springs. The indictment alleges that he offered unregistered oil and gas investments that were discovered by the Colorado… Continue Reading Colorado Springs man accused of securities fraud, theft

AG announces settlement with GlaxoSmithKline

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  Colorado will be part of a 37-state, $90 million settlement with GlaxoSmithKline to resolve allegations that the drug manufacturer unlawfully promoted Avandia, a diabetes medication. Under the settlement, announced by Attorney General John Suthers, the state will receive $1.9 million in funds because the pharmaceutical company did not disclose all the medication’s negative side… Continue Reading AG announces settlement with GlaxoSmithKline

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Colorado has completed arrangements to distribute all the $51.17 million it received under the multistate settlement with the country’s five largest banks, said Attorney General John Suthers. The settlement fund was used statewide for homeowner relief and foreclosure-prevention programs. In the last two weeks, the state has finished distributing most of the money. “Seven months… Continue Reading Colorado distributes money from foreclosure settlement

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Denver woman pleads guilty to charitable fraud

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Candice Jenkins pled guilty to the crime of engaging in a charitable fraud scheme, according to news from John Suthers, Colorado Attorney General. The crime is a class five felony, and involved the Gathering Place, a shelter in Denver that provides services to women and their children experiencing issues with homelessness and poverty. Jenkins also… Continue Reading Denver woman pleads guilty to charitable fraud

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The Colorado attorney general, John Suthers, has joined a multi-state lawsuit against publishers and Apple on suspicion that they engaged in price fixing and other anti-competitive practices in the market for electronic books. Continue Reading Colo. AG joins multistate anti-trust suit against publishers, Apple

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Colorado to receive $51m in bank settlement

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Colorado will use the $51.17 million it received under the recent multi-state settlement with the country’s five largest banks to pay for homeowner relief and foreclosure-prevention efforts throughout the state. “These funds will help keep Coloradans in their homes and prevent future foreclosures,” Attorney General John Suthers said in a statement. “In cooperation with the… Continue Reading Colorado to receive $51m in bank settlement

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Financial planning and management consultants received the most consumer complaints last year, according to the Colorado attorney general’s office. That was followed by complaints about cable and satellite television utility providers, mail fraud, health and medical services and tanning salons. Consumers filed 7,297 complaints with the attorney general in 2011, a 12.9 percent increase over… Continue Reading Financial planners rack up most complaints in 2011

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Colorado Solicitor General Dan Domenico will argue his first case before the United States Supreme Court Monday. The case, Wood v. Wilvard, concerns whether or not a federal appellate court can raise the timeliness of a convicted felon’s habeas corpus petition, even if the issue was not decided at the district court level. The state… Continue Reading State’s solicitor general to argue before Supreme Court

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Westminster firm accused of fraudulent practices

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Attorney General John Suthers filed an administrative action against Westminster-based Prestige Financial Solutions. It alleges the firm and its principal, Amy Thompson of Westminster, engaged in fraudulent debt management practices. Prosecutors say the company did not comply with a series of disclosure requirements included in the Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act, including informing consumers… Continue Reading Westminster firm accused of fraudulent practices

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Colorado is part of a $34.5 million multi-state settlement with GE Funding Capital Market Services, according to the state’s attorney general’s office. The settlement involved allegations that the company engaged in anticompetitive conduct in the municipal bond derivatives industry, said Attorney General John Suthers. The settlement is a component of a $70 million coordinated state… Continue Reading Colorado part of $34M settlement with GE Funding Capital

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