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Nos. 110, 111, 112, Argued Sept. 21, 1992. Plaintiff-appellant-cross-appellee Stochastic Decisions, Inc. (""Stochastic"") appeals from a final judgment entered November 19, 1991, an order for turnover of funds and securities and other relief entered January 28, 1992, and a supplemental final judgment entered February 27, 1992 in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Jack B. Weinstein, Judge. The final judgment found defendants-appellees--cross-appellants James DiDomenico (""James""), Anthony DiDomenico (""Anthony""), Carol DiDomenico (""Carol""), DCJM Realty Corp. (""DCJM""), Carol Coaches, Inc. (""Carol Coaches""), J.D. Enterprises; Inc. (""JD Enterprises""), Southgate Bus Service (""Southgate""), Arthur Wagner (""Wagner""), and Wagner, McNiff & DiMaio (""Wagner McNiff""), and defendant Kingsbury-Putney, Inc. (""Kingsbury"")1 liable to Stochastic on its claim under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (""RICO""), 18 U.S.C. § 1961 (1988) et seq., and on its state law fraudulent conveyance and common law fraud claims. The district court dismissed plaintiff's complaint against defendants Geoffrey Ashby and Thomas Miral with the consent of Stochastic. The supplemental final judgment accordingly dismissed the complaint with prejudice against them, and also against defendants-appellees-cross-appellants Lucille Wagner, T. Gluck & Co., Inc. (""Gluck""), and Michael Berke, whom the court found not liable on Stochastic's claims. Stochastic contends that the district court erred in its allowance of damages and attorney fees, and in its dismissal as to Lucille Wagner, Berke, and Gluck.2

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1993
June 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
34
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SELLER
Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
SIZE
79.5
KB

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