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Government claims Ulster artist-businessman can’t explain his cash flow

Analysis of Robert Geenty’s personal and business accounts, a U.S. trustee says, “has led to the discovery of undisclosed and undocumented assets, debts, transactions and transfers.”

Feldman estate sues Chappaqua psychologist to enforce $980,000 rape verdict

“While Dr. Knack may have successfully used this bankruptcy proceeding to delay justice during Noelle’s lifetime,” he stated, “those who knew and loved Noelle still pray that justice will ultimately prevail.”

Westchester, Hudson Valley business groups suspend merger talks

Differences in business philosophies that arose during the period of due diligence were cited as one reason for calling the union off, though just what those differences are was unaddressed.

Pension scheme costs Newburgh lawyer his livelihood

A state appeals court has disbarred Michael J. Vatter over a federal wire fraud conviction for taking $95,000 in pension benefits.

Trustee wants do-over in photocopier schemer’s bankruptcy

Salesman Joseph Holzberg had forged contracts, stashed copiers in a warehouse and hoped customers didn’t notice they were making payments on equipment they didn’t possess.

Court denies wealth manager Bradley Reifler’s bid to dismiss $50M in...

Reifler reportedly lived a lavish lifestyle and spent a decade and $8 million renovating Sky Blue Farm, a horse farm, including an ice hockey rink, tennis courts, riding ring, shooting range, motocross track and swimming pool.

Convicted White Plains bankruptcy schemer accused of more dubious filings

After a four-and-half-year hiatus while dealing with the criminal charges, Armando Pons allegedly resumed filing questionable bankruptcy petitions.

U.S. Trustee and Wells Fargo question legitimacy of Monsey bankruptcy

The bank claims its efforts to foreclose on a property have been thwarted by a series of bankruptcy cases launched by the owner.

Investors in defunct casino project sue Louis Cappelli for $3M

The Resort investors contend that Cappelli persuaded them in 1999 to sell their interests in 1,500 acres of land in Sullivan County.

Mysterious Russian businesswoman files for bankruptcy, disappears

Federal authorities have found omissions and peculiarities in her bankruptcy petition.

Vodka-maker Roust’s bankruptcy approved

The $1.1 billion prepackaged reorganization plan was approved one week after the case was filed.