New York, NY, February 6, 2015 – The Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals issued an amended opinion regarding the appeal by former Duane Reade drugstore chain CEO Anthony Cuti, vacating more than two-thirds of the $7.6 million restitution award that had been imposed in the Southern District of New York following Mr. Cuti’s 2010.
The New York Post reports today on an update in Clinton Brook & Peed’s continuing litigation with the New York Football Giants and other parties involving fraudulent memorabilia: THIS STORY APPEARED IN THE NEW YORK POST: By: Kaja Whitehouse “The Pro Football Hall of Fame appears to be trying a misdirection play over Eli Manning’s.
In its continuing coverage of our clients’ claims against the New York Giants, their starting quarterback Eli Manning, top executives, and others, the New York Daily News recently posted the following story: THIS STORY APPEARED IN THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: “A New Jersey memorabilia dealer named Eric Inselberg filed an explosive lawsuit last month.
In its continuing coverage of Clinton Brook & Peed client Eric Inselberg’s lawsuit against the New York Giants, Geraldo Rivera spoke with “Mike” from Long Island, who is convinced that he has been the victim of fraud, shelling out a year’s worth of savings for a fake Eli Manning “game worn” helmet. Mike explains how.
Geraldo Rivera discusses the allegations in the complaint Clinton Brook & Peed filed yesterday on behalf of our client, Eric Inselberg. He also relays his conversation with Brian Brook. via Fox
(photo: Eli Manning and Joe Skiba, named in the lawsuit) Yesterday afternoon, Clinton Brook & Peed filed a lawsuit in New Jersey against the New York Giants, their starting quarterback Eli Manning, top executives, and others. The New York Post reported the story on their front page: THIS STORY APPEARED IN THE NEW YORK POST:.
THIS STORY APPEARED IN THE NEW YORK POST: By: Kaja Whitehouse CB&P Partner Brian C. Brook was recently asked to provide expert commentary on the securities fraud cases against hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors and hedge fund manager Steve Cohen. Below are two brief excerpts from the article: “Hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen is crying.
CASE RESULTS DEPEND UPON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE; CASE RESULTS DO NOT GUARANTEE OR PREDICT A SIMILAR RESULT IN ANY FUTURE CASE. Yesterday, Federal Judge Richard Roberts granted Clinton Brook & Peed’s motion to dismiss on behalf of its client Squiid, Inc. The lawsuit was initiated by John Xereas, former owner.