SEC Charges Colorado Divorce Lawyer, Michael J. Woodford, in Fraudulent Microcap Scheme

SEC Charges Colorado Divorce Lawyer, Michael J. Woodford, in Fraudulent Microcap Scheme

Washington (STL.News) – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Friday charged lawyer Michael J. Woodford for his role in a fraudulent scheme to conceal attorney Diane D. Dalmy’s involvement in preparing legal opinion letters concerning the sale of certain microcap securities from transfer agents and brokerage firms.  Dalmy was previously charged by the SEC in a complaint filed in federal court in Colorado in March 2019.  Today’s SEC action amended that complaint to add Woodford as a defendant for his role in the scheme.

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