February 05, 2024 by John David in Litigation

California Couple Loses Home Due to Blatant Bookkeeping Error by Specialized Loan Servicing, LLC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Now-separated Palmdale couple sues mortgage servicer for negligence that led to lost home and destroyed life PALMDALE, Calif. (February 5, 2024) – In a distressing incident highlighting the critical impact of administrative errors in mortgage servicing, a now-separated couple from Palmdale, California, has filed a multi-count lawsuit

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October 23, 2023 by John David in Litigation

RV Sales of Broward, Owner Gigi Stetler To Appeal Catastrophic Fire Case Against 595 Annex

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Owner of Planet RV in legal limbo after judge stripped multi-million-dollar verdict DANIA BEACH, FL (October 23, 2023) – RV Sales of Broward, one of the leading recreational vehicle sellers in Florida, operating under the trade name Planet RV, is continuing a legal battle of paramount importance

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September 05, 2023 by John David in Litigation

Newport Beach Plastic Surgeons Dr. Joseph Cerni and Dr. Nadir Qazi Sued for Fraud and Retention of Stolen Property

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Physicians aided and abetted each other in unlawfully withholding real estate commissions from broker Karen A. Sunday & Associates NEWPORT BEACH, CA (September 5, 2023) – Karen A. Sunday & Associates Inc., a well-regarded commercial real estate broker, recently filed a multi-count lawsuit against Dr. Joseph S.

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June 26, 2023 by John David in Litigation

Tribe WOD Founders Sue Factory 14 and Razor Group, Alleging Fraud and Breach of Contract

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARBLEHEAD, MA (June 26, 2023) – The founders of Tribe WOD, a prominent cross-training and fitness equipment manufacturer, have filed a lawsuit against brand aggregators Factory 14 and Razor Group, citing deceit, fraud, breach of contract, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and unjust enrichment, among other offenses.

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June 20, 2023 by John David in Uncategorized

Founders of Kettlebell Kings Sue Factory 14, Razor Group for Fraud and Breach of Contract

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUSTIN, TX (June 20, 2023) –Kettlebell Kings, a leading manufacturer and seller of kettlebells and fitness equipment, recently filed a multi-count lawsuit against both Factory 14 and Razor Group, alleging fraud, breach of contract, and unjust enrichment among eight counts. The lawsuit alleges that the founders of

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October 10, 2022 by John David in Litigation

JAFRA Cosmetics Founders Heirs in Legal Fight with Trustee Jason Rubin Over Historic Malibu Home

Trustee wants to liquidate Day home against wishes of heirs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MALIBU, Calif. (October 10, 2022) – Multiple legal petitions have been filed in an ongoing dispute between the heirs of the founders of the JAFRA Cosmetics fortune and accountant Jason Rubin, the trustee of two key family

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August 25, 2022 by John David in Intellectual Property, Litigation

Talon Wall Holdings Files $150 Million Defamation Claim Against Reflection Window & Wall

Lawsuit states maker of knock-off system wants to compete through the courts, not the marketplace FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CHICAGO (August 25, 2022) – Talon Wall Holdings LLC and their related entities, Chicago Heights Glass Inc. and Entekk Group LTD, longstanding national leaders in commercial high-rise façade construction, recently filed a

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May 23, 2022 by John David in Litigation

Hudson Valley Duck Farms File Lawsuit Challenging NYC’s Controversial Foie Gras Sales Ban

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NYC’s Sales Ban Violates Section 305-a of N.Y. Agriculture and Markets Law which Protects Farms Against Unreasonable regulations Sullivan County, New York – May 23, 2022 – Hudson Valley duck farmers, organized as the Catskill Foie Gras Collective, filed suit today against New York City challenging its

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March 28, 2022 by John David in Litigation, Privacy

Precision Computer Services Wins Negligence Lawsuit Against Newtown Savings Bank

Bank’s failed procedures enabled a fraudster to transfer $67,000 to an overseas account NEWTOWN, Conn. (March 28, 2022) – Technology firm Precision Computer Services, Inc. recently won summary judgment in its negligence lawsuit against Newtown Savings Bank. In 2017, the bank failed to identify a fraudulent wire transfer order, and

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