Monday, May 16, 2016

SEC Summary Judgment Granted Against Braslau/Chortkoff Estate Remains a Defedant

I received the following anonymous e-mail relative to a
summary judgment against Braslau on 5/13/16: 

"Basically, the SEC got a summary judgment and the civil case against Braslau is now terminated with no fine since he still owes the $1.7 million from the criminal case. He is only barred from future securities sales.

Meanwhile, Judge Wright still has the case open against Chortkoff's Estate in this civil court matter.  As we know, Chortkoff was found guilty in the criminal case, but died.

The Judge could have also terminated this civil case against
Chortkoff's estate but did not-can only assume he will
go after the estate big-time."

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