Complaint alleging “a sophisticated, multiyear, multi-national attack on the United States financial markets and retail United States investors by foreign and domestic actors” in which the defendants “schemed to sell fraudulently hundreds of millions of dollars in stocks in the United States markets” in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Frederick L. Sharp, described as a citizen of the United States; Zhiying Yvonne Gasarch, a.k.a. Zhiying Chen, described as a dual citizen of Canada and China; Courtney Kelln, Mike K. Veldhuis, described as a citizen of the Netherlands; Paul Sexton, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom; Jackson T. Friesen, Graham R. Taylor, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom, all residents of British Columbia, Canada; William T. Kaitz, of Maryland, and Avtar S. Dhillon, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Long Beach, California, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
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SEC v. Frederick Sharp et al: Complaint
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KeywordsArch Therapeutics Avtar Dhillon BlackLight SA Charter Ltd. Courtney Kelln
Daniel MacMullin Emerald Health Therapeutics Frederick Sharp Full Service Media Garmatex Holdings Graham Taylor Heng Hong Investment Heritage Bank Inovio Pharmaceuticals Jackson Friesen Joann MacMullin Maggie Campbell Mandate Ltd. Mike Veldhuis Mohammad Shaygan MossFon Subscribers Nautilus Growth Fund OncoSec Medical Paul Sexton Sha Tin Foundation Stevia First U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission Verdmont Capital Vitality Biopharma William Kaitz Wintercap SA Zhiying Chen Zhiying Yvonne Gasarch[ 28 more... ] [ top 5 ]