With fake IDs, three Georgia men collected $666,537, prosecutors say

9:35 am Dec. 4, 2017

By posing as tax officials, three Georgia men took part in a scheme that cheated thousands of people across the U.S. out of more than $3.5 million, federal officials allege.

Dunwoody residents Moin Gohil, 22, and Nakul Chetiwal, 27, and Tucker resident Parvez Jiwani, 39, are accused of using fake IDs to pick up $666,537 wired from 784 victims who thought they were paying the IRS. The false IDs the

Marietta man accused of bilking elderly investors

7:34 am Nov. 15, 2017

What happened with the widow’s money? At least 44 times after a Marietta investment adviser was asked about it in a bankruptcy proceeding, he invoked the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination, court documents say.

Now, Jay

Atlanta Housing Authority sues to kill deal to subsidize homes for affluent residents

3:07 pm Sep. 1, 2017

The Atlanta Housing Authority filed suit Friday against one of its longtime development partners to kill a deal that could push the agency to subsidize homes for affluent residents.

The deal to sell one quarter of the agency’s vacant land to Integral Group at below market value would be “unconscionable,” AHA lawyers argued in a Fulton County Superior Court complaint.

The contracts “do nothing to address the shortage of affordable housing

Atlanta Beltline Inc. CEO to leave with boost in severance pay

12:06 pm Aug. 28, 2017

Atlanta Beltline Inc. CEO Paul Morris is leaving his post with a parting gift worth thousands of dollars, agency records show.

A new employment contract approved before Morris’ resignation gives him severance pay worth $142,600, $17,850 more than it would have been had he stepped down earlier, according to AJC calculations based on the terms of his contracts.

That July contract — passed as concerns swirled over Beltline Inc.’s failure to

Elderly may be blocked from suing nursing homes for neglect, abuse

6:45 am Aug. 9, 2017

The Roswell woman’s plea was hand-written. Please, she wrote to federal officials, ban mandatory binding arbitration clauses in nursing home contracts.

The woman wrote that she wanted to file a lawsuit after her husband died in January in a skilled nursing facility. “He died from sepsis caused by a bedsore that was discovered too late and then improperly managed,” her letter says.

But an attorney she consulted told her she couldn’t have