Firm Obtains Favorable Settlement for Plaintiff in Business and Fraud Case

Written by Firm | Dec 20, 2013 | Results | Print PDF

 We represented the minority owner in a food-related business.  The majority owner of the company schemed to transfer assets out of the company that ultimately resulted in the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars of our client’s investment in the company.   Upon filing suit, we immediately obtained a restraining order against the defendants and an order for expedited discovery.  One of the individual defendants then failed to comply with a court order to produce documents. The Court held the defendant in contempt of Court, fining him and giving him a 20-day prison sentence.  The case settled favorably for our client soon after that individual defendant was held in contempt and incarcerated.

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