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Quick Technologies, which sells promotional items such as "temporary tattoos" out of Carrollton, Texas, is accused of antitrust violations and price-fixing, in Pima County Court, Tucson.

An investor claims stockbroker Francisco Tineo took $475,000 of his money and put it into Tineo's father's account, in New York County Court.

Chanin Capital LLC failed to take appropriate steps to prevent its employees and associates from inside trading, the SEC claims in DC Federal Court.

John Does operating as Freempz, freemicrosoftpointz, free4000mspoints, and mspointsgiveaway are impersonating Microsoft on the Internet to steal consumers' personal and financial information, Microsoft claims in King County Court, Seattle.

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