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Shoplink Stock Case Has Allegation Of Stolen Code, Funds At Chanel & Smoke Shops

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 1 – Gary Tatintsian sued Mikhail Vorotyntsev for defrauding him on Shoplink stock.   

      On March 16, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Gregory H. Woods held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.  

The complaint said that Vorotyntsev and his wife used Shoplink funds for a $12,000 a month apartment, $40,000 of Chanel goods and more at "smoke shops." 

On March 16 Judge Woods denied the defendants' request to reopen discovery. Letters for summary judgment were said due by May 14.

On June 1 Judge Woods held a conference concerning Plaintiffs' proposed motions for summary judgment. There was acrimonious talk about stolen code and "bad acts." It moves forward, and we will continue to cover it.

The case is Tatintsian et al v. Vorotyntsev et al., 16-cv-7203 (Woods)


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