Adam L. Sisitsky



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Life is larger than fiction in EB-5 litigation: SEC moves for asset freeze, accounting, and receiver appointment in civil fraud action in Florida

USA - November 4 2015 What do a $175,000 Sea Ray yacht, a brand new $100,000 Mercedes Benz S-550 and a $55,000 BMW X5 SUV all have in common? According to the SEC, they…

Douglas Hauer

Section 18 "Eyeball Reliance" Claim Brought to the SPAC Fight

USA - August 5 2022 As my Mintz colleague, Peter Saparoff, suggested a few years back, Section 18 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, "while seldom used in the past…

Failure to investigate could mean “game-set-and-match” for EB-5 investors: SEC case against brother-in-law of tennis star Andre Aggasi shows risk for would-be immigrant investors

USA - August 31 2015 On August 25, 2015, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed a civil fraud suit against Lobsang Dargey, a Bellevue, Washington-based…

Douglas Hauer

Securities law risk mitigation in EB-5 offerings

USA - December 1 2015 EB-5 regional centers and issuers take heed. The Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") is pursuing litigation against parties in several EB-5…

Francis J. Earley, Douglas Hauer

SEC Whistleblower Complaints Swell to a Flood: How to Find the High Ground of Sound Compliance

USA - June 9 2020 The volume of whistleblower complaints received by the SEC recently has left some to wonder about the current state of securities laws compliance…

Megan N. Gates, Bryan J. Jennings