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Florida Court Sentences Factoring Company Attorney for Forging Judges’ Signatures on ‘Orders’ Involving Transfers of Settlement Payments

Florida Court Sentences Factoring Company Attorney for Forging Judges’ Signatures on ‘Orders’ Involving Transfers of Settlement Payments

One-hundred and eleven and three-hundred and sixty-four. One-hundred and eleven is the number of times that Jose Manuel Camacho Jr. was alleged to have forged the signatures of Broward County, Florida, judges on documents that he passed off as “orders” – orders approving transfers of structured settlement payment rights. Three-hundred and sixty-four is the number of days that Camacho was sentenced to spend in county jail, when he was sentenced in August, after pleading guilty to 14 counts of forgery…

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After Court Invalidates Structured Settlement Payment Transfer Order, Re-Assignees Sue Financial Advisors, Factoring Company

After Court Invalidates Structured Settlement Payment Transfer Order, Re-Assignees Sue Financial Advisors, Factoring Company

The federal court’s ruling last week in a lawsuit captioned Wall v. Corona Capital, Civil Action No. 16-1044, 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 161683 (W.D. Pa. Nov. 22, 2016), has to do primarily with whether the court has personal jurisdiction over Corona in Pennsylvania, and also whether the court should agree with a financial advisor company’s request to transfer to federal court in New Jersey. And the decision can be summed up by saying that the court found that it did not…

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Another Kind of Forged Order Leads to Iowa Woman’s Guilty Plea

Another Kind of Forged Order Leads to Iowa Woman’s Guilty Plea

As readers of Secondary Insurance Market Blog are aware, courts in New York state have been dealing with situations where court orders have been fabricated, and judges’ signatures forged. Some were led by those forged orders to believe that certain structured settlement factoring transactions had received court approval – a necessity for the transaction to become legally effective – when they had not. The prior posts on this blog that have to do with the New York state forged orders, and some…

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New York Judge Determines That Structured Settlement Factoring Transaction That Involved A Forged Court Order Was ‘Tainted By Fraud’

New York Judge Determines That Structured Settlement Factoring Transaction That Involved A Forged Court Order Was ‘Tainted By Fraud’

A structured settlement factoring deal that was “tainted by fraud” was also not “fair and reasonable” and warranted rejected, according to a New York state court judge in a recent opinion addressing the circumstances of a case involving a forged judicial order. The judge denied a request for court approval of a transfer of structured settlement payment rights in the case – brought before the court on a petition for court approval of the transfer under the New York Structured Settlement…

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