Feds Charge Texas Man with Filing Fraudulent PPP Loan Applications in COVID-19 Relief Scheme

PPP Fraud|

A Texas man who allegedly fraudulently obtained millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loans and spent the proceeds on luxury personal expenses is facing federal charges for wire fraud, bank fraud and money laundering. The criminal charges were announced by Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt of the Department of Justice’s Criminal

Booking.com to Cut 25% of Global Workforce, Dutch Employees at Risk


Just four months after Booking.com CEO Glenn Fogel acknowledged that job cuts were “probable,” the online travel agency announced in August that it would be slashing 25% of its global workforce. Booking.com employs a total of 17,500 employees in offices around the world, which means reducing its workforce by one quarter would affect between


Anti-Trust, Blog, Denver Patent Attorney|

When it comes to anti-trust laws and intellectual property, there are a lot if intersections. We are able to devise effective strategies to protect your commercial and intellectual property rights. Antitrust rules are in place to promote free competition, white intellectual property protections give patent, trademark, and copyright owners certain exclusive rights in their

Intellectual Property Litigation

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Your intellectual property, whether it is a physical product, piece of artistic work, or a new system of doing something, it is at the heart of your business and it needs to be protected. Because of this, it is advised that you work with an intellectual property law firm that can guide you towards

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