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Another webcast interview with Scott London in June

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On June 8 you can tune in to a webcast from CPA Crossings for an interview with Scott London. Webcast will be rebroadcast on June 18 and 22.

Interviewer will be Gary Zeune. The session will be good for 2 hours of CPE.

More info and registration at CPA Crossings here.

The Bureau of Prisons website still shows Mr. London is under supervision of the Long Beach Residential Reentry Management office. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Jim Ulvog

May 28, 2015, 14:48 pm at 2:48 pm

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Scott London moved from prison to half way house

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The Bureau of Prisons inmate locator shows that Scott London is currently under supervision of the Long Beach Residential Reentry Management office. His scheduled release date still shows at July 23, 2015.

I don’t know when he was released from the Lompoc United States Penitentiary. My last check on February 20 showed he was still in Lompoc. He reported to prison on July 19, 2014, so he is currently at about the nine-month point of his sentence. He has about three months until his scheduled release date.

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Written by Jim Ulvog

April 24, 2015, 9:59 am at 9:59 am

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Where is Scott London? Still in the federal pen.

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He is still residing at the Lompoc United States Penitentiary. His scheduled release is still July 23, 2015. That has been the visible release date all along. He reported July 19, 2014, so he is a day over the 7 month point. Five months to go.

Why do I mention this? As a visual and practical reminder that a 14 month sentence with a 53 day reduction if he follows the rules is a very, veeeery long time.

The rest of the accounting world is dealing with 1040s, 1120s, and the audit busy season after a fun holiday season. Looking forward to spring and summer.  He is still in jail.

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February 20, 2015, 17:32 pm at 5:32 pm

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Price cut on print books

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I’ve dropped the prices for the print copies of my books available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes store.

Here is what you can find on-line:

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 Tragedy of Fraud – Insider Trading Edition

Story of Scott London’s fall from regional audit partner at KPMG to prison inmate because of his insider trading.

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Bryan Shaw released from prison on 11/28/14

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In case anyone is interested, jail time is over for Bryan Shaw, the golfing buddy and inside trader buddy of Scott London, formerly CPA, formerly partner at KPMG, currently resident of federal housing on the coast of California.

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Written by Jim Ulvog

December 3, 2014, 13:28 pm at 1:28 pm

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Insider trading case – now we can watch the release dates

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May not be many people interested at the moment in knowing release dates for Scott London and Bryan Shaw as they continue to serve their time in federal pen. My blog continues to get a small stream of referrals from search results, so there is some teeny tiny bit of interest.

That prompted me to check the status of the two golf buddies who are serving time for insider trading.

Where are they now?

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November 10, 2014, 22:54 pm at 10:54 pm

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Tragedy of Fraud series now available in print as well as e-book formats

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Both books in my Tragedy of Fraud series are now available in print format from Amazon.

The newest book:

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Tragedy of Fraud – Insider Trading Edition describes – Scott London’s long fall from Big 4 audit partner to prison inmate.

Click the link for your reading preference:

First book in the series:

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Tragedy of Fraud – The Ripple Effects from Fraud and the Wages Earned – Consequences of fraud spread far. There is a long list of well-earned wages from fraud that will be paid in full.

Available in your preferred format:

Written by Jim Ulvog

October 6, 2014, 7:53 am at 7:53 am