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.
A Monday court filing outlines a proposed purchase-and-sale agreement between the court-appointed receiver for Jay Peak and the nonprofit mountain bike organization in northern Vermont.
Lawyers for Jay Peak’s former owner sought to move the case out of state, claiming biased press coverage and political conflicts in the prosecutor’s office.
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.
The former U.S. attorney’s wife was chief of staff for Gov. Peter Shumlin when the state failed to stop the defrauding of investors in the AnC Bio Vermont project in Newport.
A suit brought by three Chinese investors that alleges an attorney got payoffs for bringing foreign investors to Jay Peak developers is set for trial on April 20.
The Jay Peak receiver is suing Ariel Quiros’ former lawyer and his firm for failing to act against the alleged EB-5 fraud.
Michael Goldberg says the feds are delaying the process for 70 investors to become permanent residents.
The former Jay Peak CEO says he needs the passport to secure consulting work overseas.
USCIS and the Vermont Supreme Court last month dealt blows to the state’s assertions that it has no responsibility for Jay Peak Resort investors.
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 federal government rejected an appeal by the state of Vermont to let it ‘wind down’ the EB-5 Regional Center. The state might appeal.