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Supreme Court Ruling: States Can Impose Sales Tax on Internet Purchases

The Supreme Court of the United States ruled yesterday that states could require online companies to collect sales taxes on internet purchases made by consumers in states where the online businesses do not have a physical presence. For example, under the new ruling, when a consumer living in Florida makes an online purchase from a company that has an exclusive physical presence in New York, the state of Florida can […]

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Leverage is the Death Star of the Financial World

We have warned for years that leverage is the “Death Star” of the financial world — though unlike the fictional Star Wars super weapon, leverage poses a real and looming threat to investors. Leverage can make a relatively conservative strategy risky and it can turn a risky strategy into pure speculation.. Recently, we have focused our research and investigative resources on the impact of leverage in the world of options […]

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Vernon Litigation Group Expanding its Investigation of Oppenheimer’s Practices

Vernon Litigation Group and the law firm of Kristian Kraszewski are currently pursuing FINRA arbitration claims against Oppenheimer on behalf of multiple investors from multiple states, including Georgia and South Carolina. As a result, we are widening and expanding our investigation beyond Oppenheimer’s sales of Miller Energy, to include supervision and regulatory reporting practices, work environment and treatment of employees in comparison to it’s treatment of high producing financial advisors, […]

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Vernon Litigation Group Obtains Significant Victory

Vernon Litigation Group obtained a precedent-setting appeals court victory for a nationally-recognized leader in the worldwide food service equipment industry late last year. Vernon Litigation Group stepped into the lawsuit last year to take over for the plaintiff’s previous attorney after the defendants in the suit filed an appeal on the issue of jurisdiction pursuant to a choice-of-venue provision in the contractual agreement. The defendants — an individual and a […]

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