Published On: January 26, 2016

Stoltmann Law Offices is investigating Delaware-based Good Energy. Individuals and firms that took part in private placements undertaken by the company who may have lost money should call our Chicago-based law offices to speak to an attorney. Many investors from Ireland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales also put more than $8 million into Good Energy in 2009, with Irish backers providing $1.8 million of it. Good Energy created presentations on its business that were furnished to Florida-based investment advisory firm JHS Capital. JHS then used that material to market Good Energy shares to potential investors. Berrick Industries, another Irish company, also invested $375,000 in Good Energy. The company was placed in voluntary liquidation last month. JHS Capital was acquired by Ameriprise last year.

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