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Three lawsuits filed this week in Westchester Supreme Court suggest that JPR has been short of cash for a while.
Tutor Perini allegedly reduced the scope of work unilaterally and then gave that work to a firm that was not a certified minority contractor.
A federal judge has issued a $1.4 million judgment against a Dutchess County couple for unpaid income taxes the government has been trying to collect for 11 years.
TSYS Merchant Solutions claims that David Reich and several associates engaged in a Ponzi scheme that operated out of Reich’s home in Monroe, Orange County.
Borge detailed his version of the college’s decline in a sentencing memorandum and letter to a federal judge in which he asks for no jail time and no fine when he is sentenced on Aug. 28.
“(Marco) Vivanco by his treachery crippled Ourem and cold-bloodedly enriched himself,” according to the lawsuit.
Since 1985, Peter J. Riolo Jr. has operated the business “without regard to corporate formality and in his own best interest,” the petition states, “ignoring any input from the other shareholders or needs of the corporation.”
The proposed projects would add nearly 1 million square feet of residential and retail space, provide 839 downtown apartments and cost about $369 million to build.
The alleged scheme cost AMA Laboratories' customers millions of dollars and endangered consumers, U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said.
The dispute concerns the 39-room, 13,400-square-foot Davenport House, a Gothic Revival mansion built in 1859 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Barney’s Inc. lists its principal place of business at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, where it operates a Barneys Warehouse.
The union grievance, the judge said in a July 30 opinion, seems to be exactly the type of dispute the parties agreed to arbitrate.
Lehrman, Lehrman & Guterman LLP sued the communications company demanding $250,165 for a $165 phone call it claims it did not place.
Saaed and Mehdi Moslem allegedly created fraudulent financial figures for Exclusive Motor Sports and then passed the numbers through to their tax returns, reducing their personal taxes.
William “diverted monies, assets, resources, customers and corporate opportunities," Felix alleges, to “destroy UFS as Ace expands on its own into manufacturing deli-style salads and similar products that had always been manufactured by UFS.”