Lawsuit Seeks Restitution of $2.8 Million Plus Penalties
AG’s Office Sends Referral Letters to Internal Revenue Service and Federal Election Commission for Further Investigation and Legal Action
In Light Of Misconduct And Total Lack of Oversight, Lawsuit Seeks To Dissolve Donald J. Trump Foundation and Bar Donald J. Trump And Members Of Trump Foundation’s Board Of Directors From Serving On Board Of Any Other New York Charity Continue reading “New York – Attorney General Underwood Announces Lawsuit Against Donald J. Trump Foundation And Its Board Of Directors For Extensive And Persistent Violations Of State And Federal Law”
A former executive of a Springfield, Missouri charity, who was also an Arkansas lobbyist, pleaded guilty in federal court today to bribing Arkansas elected officials in a multi-million-dollar scheme, and then along with other charity executives, embezzling millions of dollars from the Springfield health care organization.
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(COLUMBIA, SC) – South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond announced today that his office had entered into a settlement agreement with professional solicitor Donor Services Group, LLC. As part of the settlement, Donor Services Group paid an administrative fine of $5,000.00, and any future violations of the agreement would result in fines of up to $2,000.00 for each separate violation.
Acting Attorney General Barbara Underwood today announced a settlement resolving an investigation into the Richenthal Foundation, a grant-making organization that focuses on funding not-for-profit theater groups. As a result of the settlement, David Richenthal’s restitution will total $550,000 and he is barred from access to the Foundation’s funds and having any fiduciary role in New York not-for-profits. The Foundation has also agreed to implement internal controls, expand its board to ensure greater oversight, and implement a training program for trustees. Continue reading “New York – Acting A.G. Underwood Announces Settlement With Self-Dealing Trustee Of A Private Foundation”
As part of its Operation Bottomfeeder, New York Attorney General’s Charities Bureau filed suit in New York Supreme Court on Monday May 10, 2018 against McEnerney, Brady & Company LLC (MBC) and founding partner Edmond Brady, the auditors for the Breast Cancer Survivors Foundation (“BCSF”). A copy of the complaint can be found here.