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  • Release 2013
    • Investors plan appeal of Stanford lawsuit dismissal
    • SEC Escapes Stanford Victims' Suit Over $7B Ponzi Scheme
    • $83.5M Suit Says Willis Group Aided Stanford Fraud
    • Stanford Judge Approves Interim Distribution to Victims
    • INITIAL REPLY BRIEF OF THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION, APPELLANT
    • Political Contributions
    • Canadian lawyer sues U.S. government over Allen Stanford ponzi scheme
    • Allen Stanford Told to Disgorge $6.7 Billion in SEC Case
    • SEC Order Against Stanford
    • Louisiana officials want release of SEC report in Stanford case
    • SEC Can't Force Help For Stanford Victims, DC Circ. Told
    • SIPC: $5.44 BILLION NOW DISTRIBUTED TO MADOFF VICTIMS
    • KLS Stanford Update - SEC Litigation
    • Stanford U.S. Receiver Has Deal With Antigua Counterpart
    • OPEN LETTER TO JANVEY AND JLs
    • Stanford investors' lawsuit heads to federal court
    • Cassidy, Deutch Introduce Improving SIPC Act of 2013
    • KRCL Stanford Ponzi Scheme Litigation Update
    • Stanford Investors Sue Antigua, Caribbean Central Bank
    • Ex-Stanford Executives Get 20-Year Sentences
    • RECEIVER'S FIFTH INTERIM REPORT REGARDING STATUS OF RECEIVERSHIP, ASSET COLLECTION, AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES
    • The District Court Rules in Favor of the Receiver in His Claim to Recover Net Winnings Paid to Stanford "Net Winner" Investors
    • Ex-Stanford executive gets 5 years in $7B swindle
    • THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION APPEAL AGAINST SIPC
    • STANFORD PONZI SCHEME VICTIMS TO RECOVER ONE PERCENT OF LOSSES
  • Release 2012
    • HSBC will pay $1.9 billion for money laundering
    • Judge approves Stanford class action lawsuit
    • Allen Stanford receiver sues Greenberg Traurig, Hunton & Williams and YOLANDA SUAREZ
    • ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO DISMISS
    • How Wall Street Made A Muppet Of The SEC, Mary Schapiro And Dodd Frank
    • SEC MOTION TO INTERVENE AND TO SUSPEND THE MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER OF JULY 3, 2012
    • Complaint against PROSKAUER ROSE, LLP, CHADBOURNE & PARKE, LLP, and THOMAS V. SJOBLOM
    • Order re. Chapter 15 / COMI
    • Motion To Intervene and To Suspend the Memorandum Opinion and Order of July, 3, 2012
    • HSBC lapses left US economy exposed to exploitation by terrorists - Senate report
    • Bill Cassidy request that SEC file an appeal
    • Government accused of negligence in suit
    • MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER, SEC v. SIPC
    • Stanford Officer to Plead Guilty
    • Stanford sentenced to 110 years over Ponzi scheme
    • Investors Sue Auditor BDO for Stanford Ponzi Fraud
    • Stanford investors have until Sept. 1 to file claims
    • TD Bank recants testimony, fires law firm, and US judge eyes punishment in historic AML-fraud civil case
    • TD Bank says "copying error" caused altered document in fraud-money laundering case
    • Opposition to the USA's motion to dismiss the complaint
    • Stanford Judge Lets Receiver Raise Fee, Retains 20% Discount
    • TD Bank, lawyers accused of "fraud on court" for presenting false "Customer Due Diligence Form"
    • Allen Stanford, American Drug Lord
    • La. Stanford victims' negligence claims moving forward
    • Vitter Testifies at House Hearing, Continues to call for SIPC to Compensate Stanford Victims
    • Stanford verdict could boost civil claims
    • Jury convicts R. Allen Stanford in investor fraud
    • All victims should be entitled to the protections of the SIPA
    • Judge Hands SEC Initial Victory in Suit Against Insurance Fund
    • Cassidy and Deutch Introduce Improving SIPC Act of 2012
    • Accountant details Stanford investment spending
    • Stanford Told Investors "Lie After Lie" and now he is trying to "game the system"
    • Insight: How Allen Stanford kept the SEC at bay
    • Trial Set for Financier Accused in Decades-Long Ponzi Scheme
    • Fate of 7,000 Stanford Ponzi Investors Hangs on Rare SEC Lawsuit
    • SEC Said to Prepare Vote on Cases Against Ex-Stanford Execs
    • 2 former Stanford brokers say SEC let them down
  • Release 2011
    • KLS complaint against the U.S. Government/SEC
    • Grant Thornton Letter to Senators Vitter, Shelby, Cochran, and Wicker
    • Madoff's case bigger, but Stanford's messier
    • SEC sues insurance fund in Stanford case
    • Stanford's donations still stain lawmakers' hands
    • SIPC Rebuffs Stanford Investors Demands to Cover Losses
    • US-Committee in opposition to Grant Thornton
    • Is SIPC afraid of lawsuits in the Stanford case?
    • Cassidy Leads Effort to Send Letter to SIPC Chairman
    • International Victims Charge America to play Fair
    • Investors in Allen Stanford's Ponzi scheme are now at the mercy of a floundering receivership
    • Letter to the Editor, Caribbean360
    • S.E.C. Files Were Illegally Destroyed, Lawyer Says
    • Consolidated Reply to Responses by SEC and Co.
    • First Report of the Joint Liquidators Grant Thornton
    • Chasing Madoff
    • Response and Objection to the KLS Motion to Intervene
    • SEC Inspector General to Investigate Stanford Texas Receivership
    • Stanford Victims Refuse to be defrauded by Texas Receiver
    • Stanford Victims Complain About Receiver's Spending
    • Compensating Stanford's Investors
    • Securities: SEC concludes Stanford is guilty
    • SIPC Issues Warning on "Phishing" Scam Targeting Investment Scam Victims
    • SEC Concludes That Certain Stanford Ponzi Scheme Investors Are Entitled to Protections of SIPA
    • Block SEC Nominees Until Stanford Victims Get Answers
    • HSBC Agrees to Pay $62.5 Million to Settle U.S. Class-Action Madoff Suit
    • How the SEC really treats "Whistleblowers" - Second Part
    • Allen Stanford Investors Sue His Accounting Firm
    • SEC could owe millions over lease deal
    • SEC says decision near on Stanford coverage
    • SEC employee testifies she paid a price for protest
    • Former S.E.C. Official Said to Be Subject of Criminal Inquiry
    • Ketchum on monitoring Stanford: Finra could have done better
    • FBI probing ex-SEC official on Stanford matter
    • SEC Officials: Units Collaborating Better After Stanford Fraud
    • SEC to Release Finding on Stanford Clients' SIPC Eligibility
    • SEC Missing Stanford Fraud Not Excused by Law
    • New Allen Stanford Indictment Unlikely to End Delays
    • Stanford Victims might get SIPC
    • Stanford Investors Sue SEC for Losses in Alleged Swindle
    • How the SEC really treats "Whistleblowers"
    • Letter to the Chronicle's Editor Regarding the SEC's Failure to Protect the Stanford Group's Victims
    • Dismay as official Stanford Investors Committee file lawsuit against St Jude's children's cancer hospital charity
    • Class action vs. PERSHING LLC, and LOCKWOOD ADVISORS, INC.
    • Cricket mogul Stanford sent to US prison hospital
    • Forensic accountant gives Stanford investors a little hope
  • Release 2010
    • WikiLeaks reveals US worries over Allen Stanford
    • Allen Stanford: Brokers face charges
    • SEC Eyed for Negligence in Enforcement Cases
    • SEC Did Nothing to Stop Stanford Ponzi Scheme for Years
    • Allen Stanford beaten up by jail inmates
    • Antigua prepares to fight Stanford investors
    • Did SEC Hide Botched Stanford Probe? I.G. Says Timing Is "Suspicious"
    • Federal authorities are considering whether to prosecute a regulator in Fort Worth who quashed investigations
    • Senators probe inaction against Stanford
    • Undisclosed Stanford Loans Prove Fraud, Examiner Says
    • The CIA, Banking Scams, and R. Allen Stanford
    • Stanford fraud - Summary Chart
    • Bush's ambassador to eastern Caribbean protected Stanford operations
    • Stanford International Bank became a new BCCI
    • Allen Stanford's Girlfriend Stoelker Sued by Receiver for Wages, Payments
    • The US government can be sued on account of the fantastic negligence of the SEC
    • SEC Report: Employees Browsed Porn, Ran Private Businesses
    • Antiguan Charged in Stanford Case Ordered to U.S.
    • SEC aware of Stanford Ponzi scheme since 1997
    • SEC Enforcement Lawyer Who Quashed Stanford Probes Later Did Legal Work For Stanford
    • SEC's corruption allowed Stanford's fraud
    • Ben Barnes Sued for $5 million by Stanford Receiver
    • Judge mulls bankruptcy for Stanford fraud case
    • Allen Stanford's Investors Want Alleged Swindler's Political Donations Returned
    • Stanford Receiver Sues Political Committees
    • Suit filed to force lawmakers to return Stanford contributions
    • TD Bank Loses Bid to End Stanford Investments Lawsuit
    • Stanford's Lawyer Played Key Role In Shielding Banker From Scrutiny
    • Feds probe links between lawmakers, Allen Stanford
  • Release 2009
    • Feds probe banker Allen Stanford's ties to Congress
    • Stanford victims ask why Texas didn't act sooner
    • Stanford lawyers and Lloyd's of London butt heads in court
    • Miami's ex-DEA chief could escape charge in Allen Stanford case
    • Receiver Goes after Law Firms
    • Finra Missed Chances to Catch Stanford and Madoff
    • Stanford scam bilked Jews out of millions
    • Former agent goes to court on Stanford-related charge
    • Toronto-Dominion Sued Over Stanford Investments
    • Stanford Investors Accuse Lawyer, Law Firm of Aiding Fraud
    • Ex-Stanford CFO Davis Pleads Guilty in Fraud Case
    • Lawsuit against TN Bank, HSBC, TD Bank, SG Private Banking (SUISSE), and BOH
    • Stanford's Shredded Florida Papers Being Reassembled
    • Stanford "was informant for US anti-drug agents"
    • OPEN LETTER TO US PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA
    • Class Action Suit filed against Antigua
    • HSBC acted as Correspondant Bank to Stanford
    • Florida banking agency helped Stanford set up unregulated office to sell his CDs
    • R. Allen Stanford and Miami-based Greenberg Traurig
    • Indictment vs. Robert Allen Stanford
    • The NASD, the SEC and the DOJ did not disclose critical information
    • DOJ Halted SEC's Investigation Into Stanford Financial
    • Texas Department of Banking
    • Financial advisers in BR accused of negligence
    • BR-area residents sue six Stanford advisers
    • Receiver's Complaint Naming Stanford Financial Group Advisors as Relief Defendants
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