Law360, New York (May 26, 2017, 7:32 PM EDT) -- A Nevada federal judge brought the hammer down on a lawyer who was accused by an electronic payments company of dodging a $4.5 million judgment by hiding assets in trusts and businesses controlled by his wife, ripping the attorney’s “recalcitrant and contumacious conduct” in a Thursday ruling and freezing all the defendants’ assets.
Dominic “Nick” Magliarditi, his spouse Francine, three trusts she oversees and five companies she owns were ordered not to move their assets, open or close accounts or create any new trusts or corporate entities while the suit against them goes forward. The injunction had been sought by TransFirst...
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