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Asphalt Companies Agree to $7.2 Million Civil Settlement Related to an FAA Funded Airport Project in Puerto Rico
On March 18, 2015, BTB Corporation (BTB), BTB President Juan Vazquez, R&F Asphalt Unlimited, Incorporated (R&F Asphalt), and R&F Asphalt Secretary/Operations Manager Juan Raul Robles, entered into a civil settlement agreement with the
FAA Certified Designated Airworthiness Representative and Aviation Mechanic Indicted For Conspiring To Falsify An Aircraft Inspection
On January 11, 2012, Franklin Williams and Stacy Willis were indicted by a Federal grand jury in the U.S.
On June 3, 2011, in the U.S. District Court, Miami, Florida, Mr.
On August 28, C&J Well Services (C&J), an oilfield services company based in Houston, Texas, was sentenced in U.S.
Owner of Pennsylvania Trucking Firm Pleads Guilty to Criminal Conspiracy and False Statement Charges
On March 16, 2012, Dean Landis, the owner and operator of D.A. Landis Trucking, Inc., a Lancaster, Pennsylvania company, pled guilty in U.S.
On April 26, Victor Kalinitichll, Valerjis Belovs, and Joseph Jadczak were sentenced in Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Norristown, Pennsylvania, on charges related to an accident on U.S.
CHICAGO—Six illegal aliens who had been issued Illinois commercial drivers licenses with hazardous material endorsements have been arrested in the last two weeks as a result of an investigation conducted by U.S.
Aggregate Industries Executives Indicted for Price Fixing Conspiracy, Mail Fraud and Witness Tampering
California Waste Water Company Official Convicted and Sentenced for Hazardous Materials Fraud Scheme
On July 25, 2017, Walter James Mitzel, chief executive officer (CEO) at Santa Clara Waste Water Company (SCWWC), pleaded no contest in the Superior Court of California, Ventura County, to misdemeanor violations for failing to update a business p
On June 2, 2016, Transit Safety Management, Inc. (TSM), a consulting company in Georgetown, MA, was sentenced in U.S. District Court, Boston, MA, to five years of probation and a fine of $84,000.