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Derecktor demanded arbitration to settle the matter, and had the M/V Independence “arrested” to keep it at the shipyard.
“Appropriate refunds and credits were never issued.”
The U.S. Department of Labor sued Professional Fiduciary Services in 2019, alleging that the consultant had used blatantly unrealistic projections to establish the selling price of the Blue Book, causing the employees’ plan to “overpay by tens of millions of dollars above fair market value.”
“CNR routinely failed to pay federal and state payroll taxes, flouted and ignored rules regarding use of federal grant money, overdrew its bank accounts, and depleted the majority of CNR’s endowment fund.”
Ralph Zingaro claims that Ralph Mancini and County Waste Management Inc. “had no intention of honoring their promise” to pay him $100,000.
“New Rochelle has waged an unlawful campaign to take Vector Media’s billboard without due process or just compensation,” the complaint states, “and now to threaten millions of dollars in … unreasonable and coercive fines to prevent Vector Media from enforcing its rights.”
Balsamo conceded at a creditors meeting that he structured his financial affairs “in part by a desire to avoid the collection efforts of creditors, including the IRS.”
The Buchanan Fat Sal’s is free riding on the success of the original Fat Sal’s, the complaint states, and blatantly trading on its goodwill.
His brothers “engaged in ongoing, surreptitious and unauthorized use and misuse of funds properly belonging to the company,” Dino alleges, and as a result “the company is longer a profitable business.”
To his horror, the complaint states, the mechanic discovered that “his rare, unique find was a sham.”
Hudson Steppe was proposed several years ago as an $80.5 million redevelopment of a former wallpaper factory.
Elle Jill Doornick, of Rye, the lawsuit states, “has attempted to execute a coup to overthrow the existing board of directors.”
“These apps,” the complaint states, “are commonly known as spyware or stalking apps.”
“Liar liar, pants on fire, your nose is longer than a telephone wire,” evokes the angst of a man confronting his lover about her promiscuity.