Creditor Asks To Maintain $3.7M Ruling Against NJ Lawmaker

Law360, New York (December 02, 2013, 5:23 PM ET) -- A creditor of a New Jersey lawmaker accused of stealing $1.9 million in loans and writing more than $3.4 million in bad checks has asked a bankruptcy court to prevent the discharge of a $3.7 million civil judgment against the politician.

Since Assemblyman Robert Schroeder allegedly used fraud to secure loans from Thomas Mascia, the September 2012 judgment that Mascia won against Schroeder and his companies, including All Points International Distributors Inc., should remain in force, despite the Republican lawmaker's Chapter 7 proceeding, according to a...
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