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May 27, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
A former office administrator for a Woodland Hills law firm pleaded guilty Friday to mail fraud and agreed to cooperate with federal authorities investigating a group of Los Angeles-area lawyers suspected of defrauding insurance companies of millions of dollars in legal fees. Kathleen M. Monahan, 45, became the third target of the federal probe to agree to assist the government. She was accused of mailing an inflated bill from the office of attorney Alan Arnold to an insurance company in November, 1985.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
A former office administrator for a Woodland Hills law firm pleaded guilty Friday to mail fraud and agreed to cooperate with federal authorities investigating a group of Los Angeles-area lawyers suspected of defrauding insurance companies of millions of dollars in legal fees. Kathleen M. Monahan, 45, became the third target of the federal probe to agree to assist the government. She was accused of mailing an inflated bill from the office of attorney Alan Arnold to an insurance company in November, 1985.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
Federal authorities Friday filed their first criminal charge in an investigation of a purported scheme by Los Angeles lawyers to bilk insurance companies out of millions of dollars in legal fees. Suzanne Rubin, 29, former operator of a court reporting business in Reseda, was charged in federal court with a single count of mail fraud. She pleaded not guilty at her arraignment, but prosecutors said she is expected to enter a guilty plea next week as part of a plea agreement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
Federal authorities Friday filed their first criminal charge in an investigation of a purported scheme by Los Angeles lawyers to bilk insurance companies out of millions of dollars in legal fees. Suzanne Rubin, 29, former operator of a court reporting business in Reseda, was charged in federal court with a single count of mail fraud. She pleaded not guilty at her arraignment, but prosecutors said she is expected to enter a guilty plea next week as part of a plea agreement.
NEWS
February 7, 1989
The former operator of a court reporting service in San Diego has pleaded guilty to mail fraud, and apparently will cooperate in a federal investigation of Los Angeles lawyers purportedly involved in an insurance fraud scheme. Suzanne Rubin, 29, who had been arraigned on a single mail fraud count, changed her plea to guilty in San Diego federal court. U.S. District Judge John Rhoades ordered her plea agreement with federal prosecutors sealed.
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August 17, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
In a dreary subterranean archive near the Los Angeles County Hall of Records, 60 crates of documents testify to litigation run amok. They are part of a case known as Willow Ridge, which has generated more paper than any other in the history of Los Angeles Superior Court. The records would stand eight stories high if piled in one place. And they don't include hundreds of thousands of documents interred in a separate storage warehouse, or transcripts of as many as 1,000 depositions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
The former operator of a court reporting service pleaded guilty Monday to mail fraud and apparently will cooperate in a federal investigation of Los Angeles-area lawyers purportedly involved in an insurance fraud scheme. Suzanne Rubin, 29, who was arraigned Friday on a single mail fraud count, on Monday changed her plea to guilty in federal court in San Diego. Her plea agreement with federal prosecutors was ordered sealed by U. S. District Judge John Rhoades.
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December 26, 1985 | DOUG BROWN
View has revisited some of the people and places it reported on in the last several months. Among them: --Hollywood's Masquers Club, which because of declining funds sold its building and moved. --Jimmy and Ricky Sperry, blinded in an accident 11 years ago, who received cornea transplants in August. --Balu Natarajan, who triumphed over 167 other youngsters to win the National Spelling Bee in June.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
The former office administrator for a San Fernando Valley law firm pleaded guilty in San Diego Friday to mail fraud and agreed to cooperate with federal authorities investigating a purported scheme by a group of lawyers to defraud insurers of millions of dollars in legal fees. In pleading guilty to a single count of mail fraud, Kathleen M. Monahan, 45, became the third target to agree to assist the government inquiry. She was accused of mailing an inflated bill from the office of attorney Alan Arnold to an insurance company in November, 1985.
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April 17, 1991 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Testimony began Tuesday in San Diego in "the Alliance" fraud and racketeering trial of eight attorneys whom a federal prosecutor accused of manipulating the legal system "to defraud insurance companies of literally tens of millions of dollars" in fees for needless litigation. In his opening statement to the jury in U.S. District Court, Assistant U.S. Atty. William Q.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, Times Staff Writer
A former office administrator for a Woodland Hills law firm pleaded guilty Friday to mail fraud and agreed to cooperate with federal authorities investigating a group of Los Angeles-area lawyers suspected of defrauding insurance companies of millions of dollars in legal fees. Kathleen M. Monahan, 45, pleaded guilty to a single mail fraud count, becoming the third target of the federal probe to agree to assist prosecutors. She was accused of mailing an inflated bill from the office of attorney Alan Arnold to an insurance company in November, 1985.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1989 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Studio City lawyer pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of mail fraud and agreed to surrender his license to practice law, becoming the third defendant and first attorney convicted in a massive federal probe of lawyers purportedly involved in a multimillion-dollar insurance fraud. Marc I. Kent, 40, a Granada Hills resident, entered his plea before U.S. District Judge Judith N. Keep in San Diego, who sealed the agreement in which Kent promised to assist federal authorities in the case.
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