Mark Kornfeld and Jordan Maglich featured in article “SEC charges former Sarasota investment adviser in fraud case”Herald Tribune 03/16/20
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission won an early victory in a case against a Florida investment advisor accused of running a $39 million fraud scheme. In addition, the U.S. District Court decided to freeze the advisor's assets and put the firm into receivership along with relief defendants.
Below is an excerpt:
"U.S. District Court Judge William F. Jung sided with the SEC in issuing emergency relief that included an asset freeze and an order to preserve records of Williams and his companies. The judge also appointed Tampa attorney Mark A. Kornfeld of Quarles & Brady as receiver, with attorney Jordan D. Maglich of that firm as his counsel."