Erkesbreach of fiduciary duty; breach of contract; unsuitability; violations of securities regulatory rules; violations of the Alabama Securities Act; fraudulent suppression; negligence; omissions; intentional and negligent misrepresentation of material facts; breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealingmisrepresentations and omissions; breach of fiduciary duty; unsuitable investments; negligence; failure of supervision; breach of contract; vicarious liability; violation of Fi NRA rules; violation of Tennessee statutesviolations of state securities laws; violation of the Illinois Elder Abuse and Neglect Act; violation of Illinois Deceptive Trade Practices Act 815 ILCS 510/1 et seq.; violations of FINRA conduct rules; breach of contract; common law fraud and misrepresentation; breach of fiduciary duty and constructive fraud; negligence; negligent supervision Swift Transportation Co., Inc.; Symantec Corporation; Tempur Pedic International; Elan Corporation; Global Industries Ltd.; Lexar Media, Inc.; Dynamic Materials Corporation; MGP Ingredients, Inc.; Petrohawk Energy Corporation; Chesapeake Energy Corporationbreach of fiduciary duty; breach of contract; negligence; gross negligence; failure to supervise; breach of the anti-fraud provisions of the securities laws of Connecticut, C.
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Brown ultimately receives or is due to receive from the estate related to these shares; the ,126.65 Mr. Brown’s estate per the Order of the Probate Court, less any amounts Mr. Mandel Irrevocable Trust 9/28/81 and Marsha Zimmerman Irrevocable Trust 9/28/81; Sharon Rosen and Jay H. S.; violation of Colorado Seccurities Act, sections 11-51-501(1)(b), C. Lane; Geneva OSWX I, LLC; Geneva OSWX IX, LLC; Geneva OSWX XIX, LLC; Geneva OSWX XXVII, LLC; Jack Hoopes; Lorna Hoopes; Janet Furman Bowman Trust; Patrick Jordan; Karen Lane; Patrick J.
Brown ultimately receives from the estate related to these dividends; the value of the 1,600 shares of PTR stock as of the date of the filing of the Statement of Claim, less any amounts Mr. Chapman, in his capacity as trustee of the Sharon J. Fraud; Negligence; Misrepresentation; Unsuitability; Breach of fiduciary duty; Breach of the covenants of good faith and fair dealing; Failure to supervise; Violations of the 1934 Act and FINRA rules; Respondeat superior Breach of fiduciary duty; Breach of written contract; Fraud by misrepresentation and omission; Failure to supervise and control; Violation of federal and state securities laws, statutory and common law and NASD Rules of fair practice and NYSE Rules Excessive trading/churning; Violation of Rule 10b-5; Common law fraud; Ordinary negligence; Gross negligence; Breach of contract; Negligent retention and/or negligent hiring; Control person liability; Respondeat superior Disgorgement of ill-gotten gains (5,316.31); Loss of opportunity damages (not less than 0,000.00); Legal rate of interest on principal monies invested; Costs; Attorneys’ fees; Treble and/or punitive damages Janet Bowman; Declaration of Trust of Karen M. Code §15600, et seq., among others Fraud; Negligent misrepresentation; Breach of fiduciary duty and breach of the covenants of good faith and fair dealing; Negligent supervision; Breach of contract; Section 20 violations; Respondeat superior Securities fraud; Common law fraud; Misrepresentation; Breach of fiduciary duty; Breach of contract; Unsuitability; Negligence; Violation of Federal Securities Laws, New York State common law, and FINRA Rules Negligence; Misrepresentations and omissions; Breach of fiduciary duty; Breach of contract; Unsuitability; Failure to supervise; Violations of securities regulatory rules and the Alabama Securities Act No claims just seeking expungement of FINRA arbitration styled Don C.
Daymark is one of the largest real estate asset management companies in the country, serving more than 5,200 clients and overseeing a nationwide portfolio of commercial property totaling approximately 33 million square feet, including more than 8,700 multifamily units.
Grubb & Ellis has exited the tenant-in-common business with the disposition of its wholly owned subsidiary.
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Chapman, in their capacities as trustees of the Rosen Investment Trust No. Rosen; Granada Enterprises, Inc., a Coloardo corporation; Rosen Investments, LLP, a Colorado limited liability partnership; Rosen Family Associates, Ltd., a Colorado limited partnershipbreach of fiduciary duty; negligence; violation of Colorado Securities Act, sections 11-51-501(1)(a) and (c), C.
S., and we plan to use our knowledge of the sector to enhance the company's competitive advantage and performance in the marketplace," said , managing partner of Infinity's Urban Century investment unit.
"We believe that the investment acumen and capital markets relationships of Sovereign Capital and Infinity Urban Century will strengthen this platform with asset capital solutions and deep real estate management experience." Grubb & Ellis entered the tenant-in-common business as part of the company's 2007 merger with NNN Realty Advisors, Inc.