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Elof Hansson “proved by a preponderance of evidence,” Vincent Briccetti ruled Nov. 23, that Santiago diverted company funds to himself and violated his duty of undivided loyalty and the faithless servant doctrine.
“Magnaldi’s need for medical care is an exceptionally compelling factor that, in this case, outweighs the other sentencing factors, which all cut the other way,” prosecutors stated.
Even as negotiations continued, a federal prosecutor wrote to U.S. District Judge Vincent Briccetti, Calderon continued to fail paying taxes.
If Marin and the estate pay $3.3 million within 90 days they can save $661,432.
The government sufficiently alleged that Carla Marin “engaged in self-dealing of estate assets for her own personal benefit,” Briccetti found, “thereby depriving the estate of significant rental income.”
“The defendant knew the carbon fiber he was working to illegally procure and export was destined for use in Iran’s WMD program,” Gillian S. Grossman, an assistant U.S. attorney, states.
Frank Allgaier gave Greg Aberle access to his IRA account, according to a court filing, “and unwittingly fell into (Aberle’s) trap.”
U.S. District Judge Vincent L. Briccetti did not rule on the merits of Cameron’s complaint but he granted Bellamy’s motion to dismiss “for lack of personal jurisdiction.”
“The testimony and documents sought by the summons may be relevant to, and can reasonably be expected to cast light upon, the subject of the IRS’s investigation,” the petition states.
“This case boils down to an ownership dispute,” U.S. District Judge Vincent Briccetti said in his Aug. 29 opinion.
If he were really committed to CNR, he would not have retired in 2016 at age 60; he would have stuck it out and handled the financial problems openly and honestly, Judge Vincent Briccetti said.
Most of the charges are either duplicative or were filed too late, the judge ruled, but the malpractice accusation is “better addressed on a more complete record at the summary judgment stage or at trial.”
The judge ruled that their motion for reconsideration “is a thinly-veiled attempt to relitigate the motion to dismiss.”
“Protection against the possibility of future adverse impact on employment,” U.S. District Judge Vincent L. Briccetti said in a Dec. 6 opinion, “does not overcome the presumption of public access.”
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