EB-5 investment firm fires back at former business partner over profits spat

EB-5 investment firm fires back at former business partner over profits spat

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The Ace Hotel in New York

8th Bridge Capital calls Moses Choi a "habitual fraudster" in countersuit

A Downtown Los Angeles EB-5 investment firm has fired back at allegations from a former business partner that it cut him out of business profits involving a project at the Ace Hotel in New York.

Young Hun Kim and 8th Bridge Capital are counter-suing Moses Choi of the Southeast Regional Center in Atlanta for $6 million, calling him a “habitual fraudster.” They filed a countersuit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.



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