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Doctor acquitted in Federal Insurance Fraud Trial

Newsday: Doctor Acquitted at Federal Trial in $275m Insurance Fraud; Trial Co-Counsel: Matthew Myers Joseph Vitoulis, a doctor from Valley Stream named in a widely publicized 2012 indictment about a $275 million scheme to defraud no-fault auto insurers, has been acquitted of all charges in federal court in Manhattan. Vitoulis, 44, was accused
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Madoff Faces Hard Time, Victims’ Wrath

Written by Jason Fink with Newsday Bernie Madoff will learn today whether he will die in prison. A few victims of the disgraced Wall Street financier, who faces a maximum 150 years in prison, will get their chance to tell Judge Denny Chin of the havoc the fraudster wreaked on their lives. Some of the thousand of other victims have already
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Tale Of Tapes For Santana

by TERI THOMPSON and NATHANIEL VINTON A multi-agency narcotics strike force tapped the cell phone conversations of Spanish Harlem boxer Edgar Santana as part of its year-long investigation into an alleged cocaine conspiracy, which prosecutors say used the U.S. Postal Service to ship multiple kilograms of the drug from Puerto Rico for
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Fotog Got The Cheese

Fotog Was Louse Who Got The Cheese By Barbara Ross Friday, August 18th 2006, 7:20AM A FRENCH photographer admitted in a Manhattan courtroom yesterday that he ripped off his former roommate of thousands of dollars by pretending to be in financial deals with celebrities like Madonna. As part of a plea deal, Alexis Quinlin, 46, will be
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$4 Mil “Star” Scam

By Laura Italiano Between his cashmere coats, his perfect French accent and his claims of big-bucks dealings with John Travolta and Jodie Foster, Alexis Quinlin was quite the convincing businessman - taking some 22 investors into handing him nearly $4 million over five years. But every one of these deals was a swindle, Manhattan
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Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP

Myers, Singer & Galiardo LLP