Legal adviser to Kenneth Starr charged by SEC with aiding fraud

US SEC goes after Kenneth Starr’s lawyer


The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced it has charged Jonathan Bristol, former attorney to financial adviser Kenneth Starr, with aiding and abetting Starr’s multimillion-dollar frauds.

The US regulator claims Bristol allowed Starr to filter client funds through his attorney trust or escrow accounts before returning them to Starr “for his personal use”.

The SEC further claims Bristol did not declare the existence of the accounts to his law firm, or that the statements

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