Former insurance executive Jeffrey B. Cohen claims the CNBC series preparing to film an episode on his court case, he wants to make sure personal information in government files is not disclosed.Read More »
Art, collectibles and household items belonging to former insurance executive Jeffrey B. Cohen, currently serving a 37-year prison sentence for fraud and obstruction of justice, will be featured at an estate sale next month at Cohen’s Reisterstown home. Employees of ...
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Federal prosecutors’ cross-examination of former insurance executive Jeffrey B. Cohen will continue Thursday after Cohen spent several days testifying on mitigation prior to his sentencing for insurance fraud. Cohen pleaded guilty to wire fraud and obstruction of justice charges in ...Read More »
As his multi-day sentencing hearing continued Tuesday, former insurance executive Jeffrey B. Cohen argued that his company always had plenty of surplus cash on hand and paid claims despite his admitted financial misrepresentations. Four days in court in September were ...Read More »
When sentencing began in September for Jeffrey Cohen, the former insurance executive convicted of wire fraud and lying to investigators, he faced a maximum of 57 years in prison. When his hearing resumes next month, however, new sentencing guidelines will ...Read More »
Former Indemnity Insurance Corp. executive Jeffrey Cohen said Thursday that prosecutors’ evidence of his alleged plan to “scout out” and harm a Delaware judge and the state’s then-lieutenant governor was simply part of his creative writing work. Cohen had recorded ...Read More »