Jack Stollof Sentenced

Jack W. Stollof, the second of the three Baltimore men indicted in Federal court for tax-sale bid-rigging, was sentenced to home detention for one year and a fine of $800,000 for his part in the illegal scheme.  You can read more about his sentence in this Baltimore Sun article. Stollof’s business partner, Harvey Nusbaum was […]

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Baltimore County Attorney and Real Estate Investors Face Federal Prison

As an update to the Nusbaum/Berman/Stollof tax-sale bid rigging scheme posts, we’ve learned that Harvey Busbaum, a Baltimore County attorney, has worked out a plea agreement with Federal prosecutors.  For his part in the illegal scheme, Nusbaum has agreed to a maximum term of 1-1/2 years in a Federal prison, along with an $800,000 fine.  […]

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Federal Investigation: Tax Lien Bid-Rigging By Slumlords

After a lengthy federal investigation, the Baltimore Sun reports that two men from Baltimore have been accused of conspiring to rig bids at Maryland tax lien auctions. Mentioned in the Sun’s ground rent series from 2006, the men accused are Harvey M. Nusbaum, Jack Stollof, and Steven L. Berman. In addition to the bid rigging […]

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