There is a lot of folklore surrounding the process of negotiating a transaction, settlement or other agreement: "A good deal has nine lives: it dies
On March 6, the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan ordered the former leaders of an investment group to pay more than $8 million
Kevin Imhoff left his job as a broker for Primerica, for whom he sold various securities and insurance products, to go work for a competitor.
Michigan’s new Uniform Securities Act (2002) (the "Act") is effective October 1, 2009, and imposes new requirements for investment advisers and investment adviser representatives.
On October 1, 2009, Michigan’s new Uniform Securities Act (2002) (the "Act") will become effective, and Michigan’s securities laws and regulations will transition into the modern world.
On September 18, the Michigan Attorney General announced that it had reached a settlement with Comerica Bank to buy back $1.46 billion in Auction Rate Securities (ARS) from any customer who purchased ARS through Comerica.