that Cortez used his authority to access a national criminal database to track whether any of his co-conspirators had been arrested, then passed that information along to Morataya.
The complaint alleges
that Commerce and certain of its officers and directors engaged in improper, inherently unsustainable, and potentially criminal bribery and bid-rigging in order to win underwriting awards and gain government deposits.
it was a conflict of interest because Henry played a role on the commission and as director of the OAPP in awarding funding for HIV programs.
The lawsuit further alleges
that, in two letters to Goodman preceding this legal action, Costa Brava advised Goodman that Telos's 2004 annual report contained what Costa Brava contends are serious accounting errors and asked Goodman to explain the basis for its clean audit opinion.
Instead, the Complaint also alleges
they were motivated by the tens of millions of dollars in fees they would receive from a successful IPO.
The lawsuit alleges
that Verizon has opened its key telecommunications facilities and databases to direct access by the NSA and/or other government agencies, thereby, disclosing to the government the contents of its customers', and others', communications, as well as detailed communications records about millions of its customers' and others, whose communications pass over and through Verizon's telecommunications facilities, including the lawsuit's class members.
LOS ANGELES -- Suit Alleges
Jim Brown Fired Employee for Refusing to Wiretap Brown's Wife
The indictment alleges
that Nash bribed a juror and one of the witnesses in the first trial, forcing a deadlock.
Specifically, the suit alleges
that Cablevision has illegally maintained its monopolies in the markets for enclosed large-scale spectator events and the rental of private spectator suites in Manhattan to control prices and exclude competition, thereby providing New Yorkers with fewer choices and higher prices.
The woman went to the North Hollywood station a few days later and was taken by Valladares into an interview room, where she alleges
the detective asked her to lift up her sweater so he could examine her upper body and breasts for injuries, the report says.
The complaint alleges
that from April 21, 2003 through April 25, 2005 ("Class Period"), R&G failed to disclose that its earnings were materially undermined by aggressive assumptions relating to "gain on sale" income and the value of "interest only" or "IO" strips.
Plaintiff's Complaint alleges
causes of action under Section 10(b) and Section 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.