Pa. Developer Says His Brother Froze Him Out Of Business

By Matt Fair (July 26, 2013, 6:02 PM EDT) -- The co-founder of a Pennsylvania real estate development firm filed suit in state court Tuesday alleging that his brother had conspired to squeeze him out of several jointly owned businesses in violation of his employment agreement, and had failed to repay loans and other interests he was owed.

Kenneth Dewey, who went into the real estate business with his brother John in 1990 after founding Dewey Properties Inc., alleged that his brother unexpectedly kicked him out of the company in August 2012 in violation of a long-standing agreement which dictated the two would share equally in the benefits of ownership....

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