Dura owner Tilton loses bid to halt SEC proceedingsJune 30, 2015
Lynn Tilton, the owner of auto supplier Dura Automotive and the so-called Diva of Distressed, lost a bid to halt a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in-house disciplinary proceeding against her after a federal judge said she was powerless to do so.
Lynn Tilton, Patriarch Partners named in investor fraud suitMay 18, 2015
Lynn Tilton, the CEO of Dura Automotive and the so-called Diva of Distressed who's already defending SEC claims of overcharging customers by almost $200 million in fees, must now answer fraud allegations brought by her clients.
Ex-U.S Army colonel tied to Tilton equity firm reaches plea dealApril 8, 2015
A retired U.S. Army colonel agreed to plead guilty to negotiating a job with financier Lynn Tilton's private equity firm while also taking steps to ensure a helicopter company it controlled got paid faster by the Department of Defense.
Dura owner Lynn Tilton sues SEC after it charges her with fraudApril 1, 2015
Escalating her battle with the federal regulators, flamboyant New York investor Lynn Tilton, who has a variety of automotive parts holdings, sued the US Securities and Exchange Commission to stop it from pursuing a case charging her with defrauding her investors.
Auto-parts exec Tilton, 'turnaround queen,' faces fraud chargesMarch 31, 2015
Federal regulators accused financier and auto-parts executive Lynn Tilton and her advisory business of defrauding investors by hiding poor performance of assets underlying three collateralized loan obligation funds.