Oil Co. Accuses DOD Fuel Contract Partner Of Breaches

Law360, New York (July 28, 2011, 7:13 PM EDT) -- The parent of an oil company hit with a $28.8 million verdict Wednesday in a case brought by a business partner filed suit against him in Florida on Monday, claiming he took kickbacks, pocketed funds and breached fiduciary duties while helping execute a U.S. defense contract.

International Oil Trading Co. Ltd. said in a complaint Monday that Mohammad Anwar Farid Al-Saleh, the brother-in-law of King Abdullah II of Jordan, took all or most of $3 million meant for a joint venture for himself, concocted a kickback...
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