Robert Morgan Possible Class Action

We are investigating a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of investors regarding allegations that Robert Morgan, Morgan Mezzanine Fund Manager LLC, Morgan Acquisitions LLC and related entities and individuals, defrauded investors through the sale of securities involving multifamily residential properties and other real estate development projects. Morgan and his alleged co-conspirators Frank Giacobbe, Todd Morgan, and Michael Tremiti have been indicted by the Western District of New York United States Attorneys’ Office. See USA v. Morgan et al., No. 18-cr-108 (W.D.N.Y.). The Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) has also filed a civil suit. See SEC v. Robert Morgan et al., No. 19-cv-661 (W.D.N.Y.).

If you have invested with Robert Morgan or related entities, you may be a victim of this alleged fraud. Please call us at 305-372-1800 for a free consultation or send an email to Tal Lifshitz at tjl@kttlaw.com or Ben Widlanski at bwidlanski@kttlaw.com.

Perry Santillo, First Nationale Class Action

We have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of investors regarding allegations that Perry Santillo, First Nationale, and related entities and individuals defrauded investors through the purchase of various investment vehicles involving financial services, insurance, real estate development, and medical laboratories. The lawsuit, Heinert v. Bank of America, N.A. et al., No. 18-cv-00324 (M.D. Fla.), alleges that Bank of America aided and abetted the First Nationale fraud. The SEC has also filed suit,  SEC v. Santillo et al., No. 18-cv-05491-JGK (S.D.N.Y.). Our attorneys are continuing to investigate this matter.

If you have invested with First Nationale or related entities, you may be a victim of this alleged fraud. Please call us at 305-372-1800 for a free consultation or send an email to Tal Lifshitz at tjl@kttlaw.com or Robert Neary at rn@kttlaw.com.

Woodbridge Fraud Class Action

We have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of investors in the Woodbridge Group of Companies regarding allegations that it defrauded its investors through the purchase of notes or funds to be used for third-party commercial mortgages. The lawsuit, Baker v. Comerica Bank, 18cv60524 (S.D. Fla.), alleges that Comerica Bank aided and abetted Woodbridge’s alleged fraud and our attorneys are continuing to investigate this matter.

If you have invested money with Woodbridge, you may be a victim of this alleged fraud and we are interested in speaking with you.  Please call us at 305-372-1800 for a free consultation or send an email to Gail McQuilkin at gam@kttlaw.com or Robert Neary at rn@kttlaw.com.