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August 13, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Irvine Insurance Man Pleads Guilty: Michael A. Rubell, 51, admitted in a Los Angeles court that he bilked thousands of people in California and three other states out of about $10 million in bogus insurance premiums. Rubell, who had been chairman of Irvine-based Rubell Helm Insurance Services Inc., promised to help authorities investigate other insurance fraud cases, federal officials said. He pleaded guilty to mail fraud, embezzlement and tax evasion and faces a maximum prison term of 30 years.
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November 10, 1992 | JAMES M. GOMEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal authorities have indicted a Fresno insurance executive in connection with an alleged embezzlement scheme at a now-defunct Irvine insurance company. Charles J. McGuirk, 56, was arrested Thursday at his Santa Monica apartment, said Carol Levitsky, public affairs officer for the U.S. attorney's office. McGuirk, owner of Fresno-based National Financial Benefits Administrators Inc., is the third insurance executive associated with Rubell Helm Insurance Services Inc. to face criminal charges.
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November 10, 1992 | JAMES M. GOMEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal authorities have indicted a Fresno insurance executive in connection with an alleged embezzlement scheme at a now-defunct Irvine insurance company. Charles J. McGuirk, 56, was arrested Thursday at his Santa Monica apartment, said Carol Levitsky, public affairs officer for the U.S. attorney's office. McGuirk, owner of Fresno-based National Financial Benefits Administrators Inc., is the third insurance executive associated with Rubell Helm Insurance Services Inc. to face criminal charges.
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August 13, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Irvine Insurance Man Pleads Guilty: Michael A. Rubell, 51, admitted in a Los Angeles court that he bilked thousands of people in California and three other states out of about $10 million in bogus insurance premiums. Rubell, who had been chairman of Irvine-based Rubell Helm Insurance Services Inc., promised to help authorities investigate other insurance fraud cases, federal officials said. He pleaded guilty to mail fraud, embezzlement and tax evasion and faces a maximum prison term of 30 years.
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