SANDRA CASON et al. vs Edward Carroll & Carroll & Associates, PC & Mark Scribner, Esq.
Filing Date:February 08, 2018
Case:Cason et al vs Carroll and Scribner
Jurisdiction:Federal District Court for the District of Vermont
Civil / Criminal:Civil
Breach of Contract
Breach of fiduciary duty
A group of Jay Peak investors is suing two Vermont lawyers, contending the attorneys had a conflict of interest. Edward Carroll and Mark Scribner, formerly of Carroll & Scribner, represented both the foreign investors and the resort, the lawsuit alleges. The plaintiffs, 21 EB-5 immigrants who invested $10.5 million in the Tram Haus, a hotel at Jay Peak, also allege Carroll & Scribner failed to alert them of potential red flags that would have indicated that the developers of the resort were engaged in a massive fraud involving hundreds of EB-5 investors. The lawsuit against Carroll & Scribner is pending in U.S. District Court in Vermont.
COMPLAINT AND DEMAND FOR TRIAL BY JURY
COMPLAINT AND DEMAND FOR TRIAL BY JURY2018-02-08_COMPLAINT.pdf
Defendant Edward Carroll 's answer to plaintiff's complaint2018-04-20_ANSWER_as_to_Edward_Carroll__Esq..pdf
Defendant Mark Scribner 's answer to plaintiff's complaint2018-02-08_COMPLAINT.pdf
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