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Imtiyaz Siddiqi orchestrated a telemarketing scheme, the complaint states, “for the purpose of extracting payments from Dish’s subscribers.”
An arbitrator ruled mostly in favor of United Galaxy Associates, but he also found that the broker’s conduct in renegotiating fees “shocking to the conscious.”
Peter D. St. Phillip, a White Plains lawyer, has asked a court to quash subpoenas for his testimony and documents, in a racketeering lawsuit against GlaxoSmithKline. He argues that the request violates the attorney-client privilege and work-product doctrine.
Alessi claims that American Piledriving Equip. violated its exclusive rights to sell APE equipment and parts in the Northeast.
Premium Point Investments accused of securities fraud for allegedly inflating the value of its hedge fund portfolios, in criminal indictments and SEC civil action. Amin Majidi, a partner in the firm who lives in Armonk, and Ashish Dole, former chief risk officer, from White Plains, were charged in the case.
Both diners list a U.S. Department of Labor judgment for $837,356, that they characterize as disputed, as their greatest unsecured debt.
ames A. Cracolici sued eBay and PayPal on May 1 in federal court, White Plains, claiming they mishandled a comic book transaction in a diabolical plot by Craig James Saunders of Waterdown, Ontario. Saunders, the complaint says, fraudulently induced Cracolici into parting with the rare comic book, “knowing he would ultimately never pay for the item.”
An Orange County Supreme Court justice ordered the cemetery and Fodera to stop engaging in “fraudulent, deceptive and illegal practices” and to repay pet owners who were bilked. But Fodera, according to a news report, had died on March 31.
BRP is targeting young single professionals, young couples and older couples who are downsizing.
It is the first Chapter 12 case filed this year in the ten counties served by the Southern District of New York.
In 2013, nearly 100 customers claimed losses of more than $100,000 for undelivered oil and other services never received.
U.S. District Judge Cathy Seibel has given the SEC authority to file an order for “disgorgement of ill-gotten gains.”
The costs of testing were “unwarranted and/or excessive,” the owners had argued, before agreeing to pay 63 percent of the $174,000 bill.