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The Seiden Group announces U.S. Shareholders formation of a group to recover investor funds through a possible Receivership over China-based Huifeng Bio-Pharmaceutical Technology, Inc (Ticker_ HFGB)

BY THE SEIDEN GROUP ON PR NEWSWIRE Huifeng Bio-Pharmaceutical Technology, Inc. (Ticker: HFGB), is a British Virgin Islands corporation involved in the business of manufacturing and marketing pharmaceutical raw materials and ingredients, such as pharmaceuticals used for human and animals, nutraceuticals, cosmetics, functional drink and food. HFGB was de-listed from the NASDAQ in January 2013 after it stopped reporting to the Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”). Certain shareholders have spoken with Robert W. Seiden, Esq. in New York to represent a group of shareholders to enforce the rights of the U.S. shareholders for acts detrimental to the investors including failure to report to the SEC…

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The Seiden Group announces U.S. Shareholders formation of a group to recover investor funds through a possible Receivership over China-based Man Shing Agricultural Holdings, Inc. (Ticker_ MSAH)

BY THE SEIDEN GROUP ON PR NEWSWIRE Man Shing Agricultural Holdings, Inc. (Ticker: MSAH) is a Nevada corporation involved in the production and processing of fresh vegetables, including ginger, and others, such as onion and, garlic. MSAH was de-listed from the NASDAQ in February, 2013 after it stopped reporting to the Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”). Certain shareholders have spoken with Robert W. Seiden, Esq. in New York to represent a group of shareholders to enforce the rights of the U.S. shareholders for acts detrimental to the investors including failure to report to the SEC in order to get a possible return…

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The Seiden Group announces U.S. Shareholders formation of a group to recover investor funds through a Receivership over China-based Deer Consumer Products, Inc. (Ticker: DEER)

BY THE SEIDEN GROUP ON PR NEWSWIRE Deer Consumer Products, Inc. (Ticker: “DEER”), is a Nevada corporation involved in designing and manufacturing small home and kitchen electric appliances and conducts business from Shenzhen, China. DEER was de-listed from the NASDAQ in 2012 after it stopped reporting to the Securities & Exchange Commission (“SEC”). Several shareholders have spoken with Robert W. Seiden, Esq. in New York to represent a group of shareholders to enforce the rights of the U.S. shareholders for acts detrimental to the investors including failure to report to the SEC in order to get a return of capital to the investors. ….

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The Seiden Group announces the addition of Richard M. Frankel

BY THE SEIDEN GROUP ON PR NEWSWIRE Richard M. Frankel has joined “The Seiden Group”, a global law firm based in midtown Manhattan whose areas of practice include judgment enforcement in the United States and globally, general business and financial litigation, court-appointed receiverships involving business disputes and returning shareholder value, integrity monitorships for large municipal construction projects and corporate investigations for private and public companies. Richard, a lawyer since 1990, former prosecutor and retired special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, specializes in global asset recovery, advising on global corporate transactions, internal corporate investigations and advice in cyber issues and crisis management. Richard has…

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U.S. Shareholders announce formation of a group to recover investor funds through a Receivership over China-based American Oriental Bioengineering, Inc. (Ticker: AOBI)

Several shareholders have spoken with Robert W. Seiden, Esq. in New York to represent a group of shareholders to enforce the rights of the U.S. shareholders for acts detrimental to the investors including gross mismanagement, failure to comply with SEC orders and others in order to get a return of capital to the investors.

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Nekkei Asian Review: Ruling nears on Chinese bid for Chicago exchage

BY NONA TEPPER Robert Seiden discusses the impact and risks of the Chinese company bid for the Chicago stock exchange. See Video

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Robert Seiden Featured on Business News Network: Wall Street’s Bounty Hunter targets Chinese Executives that dupe investors

BY BNN BLOOMBERG Robert W. Seiden is a Wall Street bounty hunter. He tracks down executives of Chinese companies that listed on stock exchanges in the United States and then blew up… Court Appointee Chases (and Finds) Investor Cash That Vanished in China View Video

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NY Times: Bounty Hunter Tracks Chinese Companies That Dupe Investors BNN- Business News Network- Wall Street’s ‘Bounty Hunter’ targets Chinese executives that dupe investors.

BY ALEXANDRA STEVENSON AND MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN Robert W. Seiden is a Wall Street bounty hunter. He tracks down executives of Chinese companies that listed on stock exchanges in the United States and then blew up… Read More

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U.S. Court Orders China Businessman Jailed for Defying Court-Appointed Receiver and Judge’s Order to Cede Control of the Company to the Receiver

BY U.S. COURT-APPOINTED RECEIVER FOR SINO CLEAN ENERGY INC. Sino Clean Energy Inc. (NASDAQ “SCEI”) In an unprecedented and potentially ground-breaking ruling to hold a Chinese company accountable for harming investors by going dark on a US public stock exchange, Baowen Ren (“Ren”), the 45 year-old former chairman and CEO of the China-based clean energy company Sino Clean Energy Inc. (“SCEI”) was ordered jailed by Nevada State District Judge Bridgett E. Robb after a hearing in Reno, Nevada on February 16, 2016. Judge Robb ordered Ren in criminal contempt and ordered that a bench warrant be issued to imprison Ren…

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Abakan, Inc. and MesoCoat, Inc. Receivership Is Resolved By Court-Approved Transaction_ Receiver Worked With Parties to Resolve Disputes Resulting In Satisfaction and Assignment Agreement and New MesoCoat Ownership Structure

BY PR NEWSWIRE On January 4, 2016, Abakan and MesoCoat entered into a Satisfaction and Assignment Agreement (the “Satisfaction Agreement”) with secured creditors George Town, SA (“George Town”) and Sonoro Invest S.A. (“Sonoro”), as well as unsecured creditors Joseph T. Eberhard (“Eberhard”), and David van der Gulik, Warren Lydon, Philip Graves, Paul Ammon, Ammon & Associates and Vladimir Chernyakov (together the “Abakan Petitioning Creditors” and collectively with George Town, Sonoro and Eberhard, the “Creditors”), reflecting the terms of the Court Approved Transaction. Pursuant to the Satisfaction Agreement, Abakan transferred 77.5% of the outstanding stock and ownership in MesoCoat to the Creditors in satisfaction of approximately $6.24 million of claims by the Creditor’s against…

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