Dweck v. Nasser


07/11/11 – 07/15/11

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In this manufacturing business litigation proceeding, plaintiff Gila Dweck alleged Albert Naseer, her partner in the company Kids International LLC of breaching his fiduciary duties by appointing additional directors to the board of the company. The defendant filed a counterclaim in this lawsuit alleging that the plaintiff Gila Dweck breached her fiduciary duties by launching Success Apparel LLC and Premium Apparel Brands LLC while working at Kids International LLC and using the company’s resources for the benefit of her new ventures.

The plaintiff was represented by attorney William Wachtel and John Reichman. The defendant in this case, Albert Nasser was represented by attorney Kurt Heyman.


The court found Dweck, Taxin, Fine, and Nasser liable to Kids. For accountings purposees, profit was to be measured as gross profit minus the selling, general, and administrative expenses. Also, pre-judgment interest was due on all amounts at the legal rate and compounded quarterly.


Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full.

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