NY Packaging Co. Workers Sue 'Missing' Atty For Missing Pay

Law360 (May 10, 2021, 6:31 PM EDT) -- Workers at a Queens packaging factory are among the latest to lob claims against beleaguered New York City real estate attorney Mitchell Kossoff, naming him and others in a proposed class action claiming they abruptly stopped being paid this spring.

Kossoff, who allegedly went missing after stealing millions of dollars from his real estate clients at Kossoff PLLC, is also linked to Burton Packaging Co. Inc. in Maspeth, according to a complaint filed Friday in New York federal court. Apparently a Kossoff family business, Burton makes materials for clients including cosmetics companies.

Jonathan Warden, who made $21.77 per hour stripping boxes...

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