Judge orders NY Department of State to pay Mitchell Maxwell Jackson s legal fees Court rules appraisal firm上海千花网 owed $115K over botched probe
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The New York Department of State has been ordered to pay more than $115上海千花网龙凤论坛 ,000 in attorneys fees to the real estate appraisal firm Mitchell Maxwell Jackson over a botched investigation by the former Secretary of State into allegedly phony appraisal documents that maimed the once-dominant company.
Meanwhile, Mitchell Maxwell Jackson co-founders Steven Knobel and Jeffrey Jackson are pushing forward in a separate legal matter seeking $10 million in damages.
Knobel, who said he’s still waiting on the state to provide the investigator’s report that he believes will help make his case for damages, said the ruling on attorneys fees is encouraging.
“It’s always good to be proven right. It’s always nice when上海贵族宝贝论坛 justice is served, so to speak,” he told The Real Deal. “But it’s the documents that are really the problem with them.”
Knobel said the state is late in providing documents the court ordered to be delivered by early October.
A spokesperson for the Department of State said the office doesn’t comment on ongoing litigation.
In September, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Alice Schlesinger ordered former Secretary of State Cesar Perales – who at the time oversaw the state’s licensing division – to cough up $115,479.89 in attorneys fees after the judge ruled in 2014 that the appraiser[……]