Special Coverage: The Warren Capital fraud case

Warren Capital receiver seeks insurance claims

San Francisco court authorized the receiver for Novato-based Warren Capital to employ a San Francisco law firm to pursue claims against “former officers and directors of the companies, specifically including dealing with insurance providers.”

Warren Capital investors seek $1 million distribution on $11.2 million fraud losses

The receiver in the Warren Equipment Finance fraud case on April 21 sought permission to distribute $1 million among roughly 70 investors who lost nearly $11.2

Investors seeking money from Warren Capital

List of investors and parties in the court action resulting from suspected investment fraud.

Warren Capital promised big ROI

Recent creditor claim filings in the Clay Stephens estate probate case reveal details about how Stephens enticed victims into giving him their money or allowing him to keep possession of it.

Tracking the roots of financial fraud

Fraud experts have seen it all before: the lure of high returns, the covering up, the impeccable résumé, the generosity of the individual, all elements present in the case of the late Clay Stephens and Novato-based Warren Capital Corp.

When $1 million means little

Forensic economist Barry Ben-Zion applies the economic principle of “marginal utility” to fraud cases.

Warren Capital fees climb to $818,000

NORTH BAY – Attorneys and accountants working on the Warren Capital fraud case billed a total of more than $818,000 through January 2015, according to new documents received by the North Bay Business Journal.

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