But not before drawing one last racial discrimination lawsuit therefrom.
Billy Walters has a bone to pick with the FBI.
Warren Buffett’s got a bone to pick with Jones Day.
Eileen Murray gets (at least some share) of what was coming to her.
It’s just a lawsuit for now, but there are always the riveters and metal presses if that doesn’t work.
Jail? Probable. $60 million? Not quite.
The Nov. 3 through Jan. 20 period could be very enlightening indeed in this matter.
That pause in selling Vaxart shares and increase in ownership ceiling sure was fortuitously timed for Armistice Capital, no?
We suppose it’s the really the least they could do.
Anyone can audit them, but there’s only one auditor they’re thinking about suing.
Jail is not sufficient. $60 million and subordinated claims might be.
Oh, there was also some alleged insurance fraud going on in the opioid-pushing.
In other words, whose pretense will most successfully sway a judge.
It’s going to have to check and recheck its machine to see how someone so unPrincipled suck through.
That’s how it’s supposed to work, right?
How many small cities have their very own federal bankruptcy judges?
The Virtu founder and Army vet can make this a whole lot more painful than a $6.9 million payout.
Eileen Murray’s not tolerating any dishonesty here.
A promise made over the charred and smoldering remains of California is still a promise.