Attorneys for William Kelly wanted a separate trial from Bill Stenger, fearing Stenger’s lawyers will place blame on Kelly and taint the jury.
The two former business partners appear headed for a confrontation over who should shoulder the blame for a $100 million biomedical research facility in Newport that regulators called ‘nearly a complete fraud.’
The terms of the resolution of the criminal charges against Jay Peak’s former owner were not revealed during a hearing Friday when his attorney told a judge his client is working along with prosecutors and is planning a plea.
Two lawyers representing the former Jay Peak president and CEO will now be paid by the government after a judge determined he meets the financial standards for court-appointed counsel
A lawyer for Jay Peak’s former owner claims prosecutors improperly used ‘privileged’ records between Ariel Quiros and his former attorney.
Attorneys representing the three men accused of fraud in a NEK project say they may seek to postpone the trial because of the massive amounts of discovery to review.
Lawyers for EB-5 developers get more time to decide whether they intend to agree to a joint trial or seek their own.
New details are likely to come out about the state’s EB-5 program as criminal allegations and an investor case go to court in 2020.
U.S. District Court Judge Geoffrey Crawford set a hearing for arguments on the change of venue issue for Dec. 20 in federal court in Burlington.
The proximity to the case of high profile officials, including the state’s congressional delegation and two former governors, could impact the developer’s ability to get a fair trial, his attorney said in court.
Receiver Michael Goldberg’s latest bill for a six-month period was almost $700,000.
The Medical Center and its unionized nurses negotiated Monday evening and will meet again Tuesday in advance of a Thursday strike date.
One of the defendants, a longtime business associate of Quiros’ who runs an entity embroiled in the case, appears to be settling with the SEC.
The SEC alleges that North East Contract Services LLC, owned by Bill Kelly, was paid “for construction supervision services that do not align temporally with, and far exceed, the value of payments made to contracted suppliers.”