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Rob has been recognized by Super Lawyers and Top Lawyers.In addition, he was recognized as Lawyer of the Year, in the field of Insurance, by Corporate Counsel, 2014.One lawsuit seeks .5 million in compensatory damages from Skoda Minotti.
of Conneaut; James Hummer, founder and former CEO of Whole Health Management Inc.; and Michael Southard, national sales manager for Kichler Lighting of Independence. Rabin's suit argues that because of the allegedly incomplete financial statements, Ink Stop's officers could continue “deceiving and misleading (potential investors), and therefore Skoda Minotti has responsibility to the estate in bankruptcy for some of the very substantial debt” still owed by Ink Stop. Chapman said potential investors feel burned when they believe they were deceived by clean audits by independent accounting firms. ”The suits filed against Skoda Minotti are only the latest in a series of legal actions to follow the bankruptcy of Ink Stop, a company that rose and fell quickly. According to a story that appeared in Crain's in April 2009, Mr.In financial statements attached to an August 2009 private stock offering, Ink Stop reported a loss of .3 million on net sales of .2 million for the fiscal year that ended Jan. A year earlier, the company reported a net loss of .9 million on sales of .1 million. The bankruptcy filing listed nearly million in debts and million in assets.Even before the bankruptcy filing, Ink Stop employees filed suit for wages owed.Charles Ames, chairman of Ink Stop's board; Michael Clegg, former president of the Colliers Ostendorf Morris real estate brokerage; James Hummer; Norbert Lewandowski, a retired accounting firm owner; James Mastrian, a former Office Max, Revco D. of Berea; and Norman “Boomer” Esiason, a former professional quarterback and television sports broadcaster.But lawsuits continued to pile up in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court.