Cambridge Analytica Exec's Bid To Avoid Ch. 7 Slammed

Law360 (December 5, 2018, 8:37 PM EST) -- The trustee of Cambridge Analytica LLC's Chapter 7 case and Facebook users suing the consulting firm have told a New York bankruptcy court that the director who signed its bankruptcy papers can't escape responsibility for the firm by claiming he was served at a temporary address.

In motions filed Tuesday, both trustee Salvatore LaMonica and the plaintiffs in the putative breach of privacy class action against Cambridge asked the court to dismiss Julian Wheatland's motion to vacate a November order naming him the "person responsible" for the bankrupt political consulting shop on the grounds he was served at a temporary address,...

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