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The business casual crimes facts reveled thus far. For those that have interest in the Platinum, Black Elk, Golden Gate, etc etc etc situation, below is a summary of all court filings in this particular case (and there are many) but well short of the extent of the crimes. Crimes committed with premeditation, greed, arrogance, disdainful, conceit, braggadocio, overbearance, pompous, smug, reckless; all for unjust monetary rewards, unjust self-enrichment, power, pride, ego and greed. It's an unbelievable story but all true. Godspeed to the Court System!

This comes Curtesy of a very truthful and transparent website (opinion): https://lostmessiahdotcom.wordpress.com/…/a-platinum-rece…/…

While the document summaries below are not linked, if you go to the actual website all the documents are linked and viewable.

STATEMENT: I am only passing along factual information as provided by " lostmessiahdotcom.com " and court documents. Raising AWARENESS of the very bad and apparent accelerating trend in "Business Casual or White Collar Crime" is the only way to prevent this country from falling into the CORRUPT state that many "other" countries in the world are struggling with today. We must support the authorities, be vocal and offer evidence to turn back this terrible trend. Otherwise, one day we will be known as a corrupt county to do business. That reputation hurts everyone. I can list the number of countries that contact me and because of their well known corrupt business culture I just hang up or won't respond.

While these documents may seem all encompassing, the majority and depth of the situation has yet to be revealed.

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A Platinum Receiver – The Filings so Far and the Connections to be Made

July 6, 2017 LostMessiah Africa Israel, Black Elk, Jona Rechnitz, Lev Leviev, Mark Nordlicht, Platinum Partners, UncategorizedBeechwood, Beechwood Re, Black Elk, Mark Nordlicht, Jeff Shulse (Houston) Platinum Fund, Platinum Partners, Platinum.3 Platinum.1 Platinum.2

http://www.platinumpartnersreceiver.com/court-filings.html

Court Filings

On December 19, 2016, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York announced the indictments of seven individuals who were then or were previously associated with Platinum Partners. The same day, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York against the same individuals, along with certain Platinum corporate entities. Together with its complaint, the SEC asked the Court to appoint a Receiver over several Platinum entities affiliated with Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Master Fund LP and Platinum Partners Liquid Opportunity Master Fund LP. The Court appointed Bart M. Schwartz as Receiver. Important filings in these cases are linked below. This page will be updated regularly.

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Filings

07.05.17 SEC Reply in Further Support of OSC
Exhibit 1
Exhibit 2
06.30.17 Notice and Standing Order — A number of “interested parties,” consisting of purported creditors or victims of the defendants as a result of the securities and wire fraud alleged in this case, through their attorneys, have added themselves to the docket of this case, without seeking leave of the Court to do so. In some cases, the attorneys are admitted to practice in this Court, in others, the attorneys have sought leave to appear pro hac vice and those applications have been denied by order entered today. ANY PERSON, PERSONS, OR ENTITIES WHO ALLEGE TO BE CREDITORS OR VICTIMS ARE HEREBY PROHIBITED FROM ADDING THEMSELVES TO THE DOCKET OF THIS CASE. SUCH PERSONS SHOULD COMMUNICATE EITHER WITH THE SEC OR THE U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE OF THIS DISTRICT AS THEY REPRESENT THE AGGRIEVED IN THIS CASE. None of these parties have been given leave by the Court to intervene in this action. Indeed, some never sought leave to do so. Moreover, by inappropriately adding themselves to the docket, they have created problems with the ECF system in this case. Finally, other individuals have faxed letters to chambers without first seeking permission to do so. FAXING TO CHAMBERS IS BY PERMISSION OF THE COURT ONLY. While the Court is mindful that there are victims in this case, the Court will not tolerate any violations of Court rules or procedures. NO FILINGS OR APPEARANCES WILL BE PERMITTED, UNLESS THEY ARE PERSONS WHO ARE NAMED IN THE COMPLAINT AND WHO HAVE BEEN GIVEN EXPLICIT PERMISSION OF THE COURT TO APPEAR. THE COURT WILL NOT ENTERTAIN ANY MOTION TO INTERVENE BASED SOLELY ON THE FACT THAT THE PROPOSED INTERVENOR IS A VICTIM OR CREDITOR. AGGRIEVED PERSONS SHALL CONTACT THE SEC AND THE U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NY AND THOSE ENTITIES ARE DIRECTED TO PRESENT THOSE POSITIONS TO THE COURT AND DEFENDANTS. SO ORDERED by Chief Judge Dora Lizette Irizarry on 6/30/2017.
06.30.17 Letter seeking an Order Authorizing the Receiver to Retain and Pay Reed Smith by Bart M. Schwartz
Exhibit 1 – Declaration of Daniel M. Burstein
Exhibit 2 – Proposed Order
06.30.17 Motion for Leave to File Reply in Further Support of Motion for Entry of Second Amended Order Appointing Receiver and Appointing Substitute Receiver by United States Securities and Exchange Commission
06.30.17 Letter seeking retention of Deloitte Tax LLP by Bart M. Schwartz
Exhibit 1 – Declaration of Michael D. Klett
Exhibit 2 – Deloitte Tax Proposed Order
06.30.17 Letter MOTION for Leave to File Statement of Position Concerning the SEC’s Application to Appoint a New Receiver by Beechwood Re Limited, Beechwood Bermuda International Ltd.
06.30.17 Letter to the The Honorable Dora L. Irizarry regarding the Receiver’s Proposed Order, by Mark Nordlicht, Platinum Management (NY) LLC
06.30.17 Letter in response to the Letter for Approval of Resignation of Receiver by Bart M. Schwartz, the Application for an Order to Show Cause for Entry of a Second Amended Order Appointing Receiver
06.30.17 Letter to Honorable Dora L. Irizarry in accordance with the Court’s June 27, 2017 Order by Schafer and Weiner, PLLC
06.30.17 Letter Regarding Information Sharing Agreement from Levy
06.30.17 Independent Investor Letter Regarding OSC
06.30.17 Letter from Walla Regarding Arabella
06.29.17 Individual Defendants Response Regarding Bart M. Schwartz Resignation
06.29.17 Heartland Bank Response Regarding Bart M. Schwartz Resignation
06.28.17 Letter to The Honorable Dora L. Irizarry respectfully responding to the SEC’s motion in accordance with the Court’s Order dated June 27, 2017 by David Levy
06.28.17 Independent Investor letter Regarding Resignation
06.28.17 Letter Application for an Order Authorizing the Retention and Payment of Limited Scope Legal Professionals by Bart M. Schwartz
Exhibit 1 – Declaration of Daniel M. Burstein, executed June 28, 2017
Exhibit 2 – Fee Application of Hoover Slovacek, LLP
Exhibit 3 – Fee Application of Cooper & Scully, P.C.
Exhibit 4 – Fee Application of Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing P.C.
Exhibit 5 – Fee Application of Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, LLC
Exhibit 6 – Fee Application of Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff LLP
Exhibit 7 – Fee Application of Ganfer & Shore, LLP
Exhibit 8 – Fee Application of Bryan Cave LLP
Exhibit 9 – Fee Application of Maslon LLP
Exhibit 10 – Fee Application of Morrison Cohen, LLP
Exhibit 11 – Certification of Paneth & O’Mahony, PLLC
Exhibit 12 – Fee Application of Virtus Law LLP
Exhibit 13 – Certification of Stikeman Elliot LLP
Exhibit 14 – Fee Application of Walkers
Exhibit 15 – Fee Application of Chediak Advogados
Exhibit 16 – Fee Application of Leite, Tosto E Barros Advogados Associados
Exhibit 17 – Certification of Allen & Overy LLP
Exhibit 18 – Certification of Demarest Advogados
Exhibit 19 – Fee Application of Kessler Collins, P.C.
Exhibit 20 – Fee Application of O’Connell Law, PLLC
Exhibit 21 – Proposed Order
06.27.17 Order Response to Motion, filed by Heartland Bank, Letter filed by David Levy, Joseph Mann, Uri Landesman, Jeffrey Shulse, Daniel Small, Joseph Sanfilippo, Mark Nordlicht — The Individual Defendants’ and Heartland Bank’s request to be heard in connection with the application by the SEC for the appointment of a new receiver is granted. The Court already has entered a scheduling order and will hear the parties further on July 7, 2017. Said parties are to file their written responses to the SEC’s motion NO LATER THAN JUNE 30, 2017 BY 3:00 PM AND PROVIDE HARD COPIES TO CHAMBERS BY THEN AS WELL. The Individual Defendants in their letter seem to make a number of arguments in opposition to the SEC’s request; any additional arguments shall be presented to the Court in the filing due on June 30, 2017. The parties should also indicate whether they would approve of Melanie Cyganowski as the new receiver should the Court grant the SEC’s application. NO EXTENSIONS WILL BE GRANTED. With respect to the conference to be held on July 7, 2017, the parties should be prepared to address whether decision on any pending motions made by the Receiver for various authorizations should be stayed pending the Court’s decision on the motion to appoint a new receiver. SO ORDERED by Chief Judge Dora Lizette Irizarry on 6/27/2017.
06.27.17 Letter in response to the SEC’s letter dated 6/21/17 by Bart Schwartz
06.27.17 Letter by United States Securities and Exchange Commission
06.27.17 Order denying Motion for Hearing — As an initial matter, the letter requesting a hearing concerning the payment of compensation for past employment to two employees was addressed to the Hon. Kiyo A. Matsumoto, U.S.D.J., who is not assigned to this case. It should have been addressed to the undersigned. For the reasons set forth in the letter filed by the current Receiver opposing the disbursement, which is joined in by the SEC, the request to lift the stay imposed in December 2016 Order appointing the Receiver, and amended in January 2017, is denied. The employees stand in the same position as other creditors and victims in this case. Moreover, given that a new receiver likely will be appointed, it is inappropriate to grant any such request at this time. SO ORDERED by Chief Judge Dora Lizette Irizarry on 6/27/2017.
06.27.17 Order denying Motion for Leave to Electronically File Document under Seal ; denying Motion for Leave to Electronically File Document under Seal — The SEC’s request to file under seal its letter regarding the termination of the Receivership of Mr. Bart M. Schwartz (“Receiver”) is denied. The SEC set forth no factual basis warranting the filing under seal other than representing that it contained certain “sensitive matters bearing on the Receivership.” Particularly disturbing is that counsel for Defendants Nordlicht and Platinum Management (NY), LLC (PMNY), in opposing the sealing, notes that, in effect the motion was made ex parte, as the SEC refused to provide the document it seeks to seal, but advised counsel that, if the court granted the motion to seal, the SEC would not oppose any motion to unseal it. The Court agrees with counsel that, by its conduct, the SEC improperly filed a document ex parte without leave of the Court and without proper notice to the parties. Moreover, the SEC’s representation clearly indicates that sealing is not necessary, but rather a sheer waste of the Court’s time and resources and perhaps gamesmanship, which this Court previously advised the parties it would not tolerate. The Receiver’s request to file its document under seal also is rejected, because his request is made solely on the basis that the SEC filed its papers under seal. ALL PARTIES ARE HEREBY ADMONISHED THAT UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES IS ANY PARTY TO MAKE AN APPLICATION FOR THE SEALING OF ANY DOCUMENT VIA ECF ON ITS OWN. NOR IS ANY PARTY TO FILE ANY DOCUMENT UNDER SEAL. IF A PARTY WISHES TO FILE A DOCUMENT UNDER SEAL, A PDF OF THE DOCUMENT SHALL BE EMAILED TO MY CASE MANAGER, CHRISTY CAROSELLA, AND TWO HARD COURTESY COPIES ARE TO BE FORWARDED TO HER ATTENTION FORTHWITH. IF THE SEALING IS GRANTED, THEN THE COURT WILL HAVE THE DOCUMENT FILED UNDER SEAL. ANY PARTY VIOLATING THIS PROCEDURE WILL BE SANCTIONED AND ANY DOCUMENT FILED UNDER SEAL IN CONTRAVENTION OF THIS ORDER SHALL BE STRICKEN SUMMARILY. Finally, despite previous admonitions to the parties to provide 2 hard courtesy copies of all filings to chambers immediately upon filing, the Court is not receiving hard courtesy copies of filings by all parties. The parties are reminded again to provide 2 hard courtesy copies to chambers IMMEDIATELY upon filing, such that they are received NO LATER THAN THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY BY 4:00 PM. SO ORDERED by Chief Judge Dora Lizette Irizarry on 6/27/2017. short homecoming dresses 2019
06.27.17 Scheduling Order regarding the Unsigned Order to Show Cause filed by United States Securities and Exchange Commission — A Show Cause Hearing will be held on July 7, 2017 at 10:30 AM in Courtroom 4 A South. So Ordered by Chief Judge Dora Lizette Irizarry on 06/27/2017.
06.26.17 Heartland Bank Letter Regarding New Receiver
06.26.17 Individual Defendants Letter Regarding New Receiver
06.26.17 SEC Unsigned OSC Regarding New Receiver
06.26.17 Declaration of Neal Jacobson In Support of OSC
06.26.17 Declaration of Melanie Cyganowski
06.26.17 SEC Second Amended New Receiver Order Redlined
06.26.17 SEC Second Amended New Receiver Order
06.26.17 SEC MOL in Support of OSC Regarding New Receiver
06.26.17 Proposed Order Regarding New Receiver
06.26.17 SEC Application for an Order to Show Cause for Entry of a Second Amended Order Appointing Receiver and Appointment of a Substitute Receiver
06.23.17 Stipulation Regarding Information Sharing
06.23.17 Monitor Resignation Letter
Exhibit 1 – Monitor Resignation Declaration
Exhibit 2 – Monitor Resignation Proposed Order
06.08.17 Letter regarding First Joint Interim Application of Receiver and Guidepost Solutions, LLC for Allowance of Compensation and Reimbursement of Expenses by Bart Schwartz
06.08.17 Letter Regarding Fee Applications by United States Securities and Exchange Commission
06.08.17 Letter regarding the First Application of Cooley LLP for Allowance of Compensation and Reimbursement of Expenses by Bart Schwartz
06.02.17 SEC Response to Novak Employee Letter
05.31.17 Status Letter Regarding Fee Applications by United States SEC
05.31.17 Receiver Response to Novak Employee Letter
05.30.17 First Motion for Hearing to Lift Stay so Employees Can Sue to Obtain Payment for Past Services
05.30.17 Letter Responding to Plaintiff’s 05.19.17 Letter by David Levy
05.26.17 Letter Responding to Plaintiff’s 05.19.17 Letter by Mark Nordlicht, Platinum Management (NY) LLC
05.24.17 Letter Submitting Cooley’s First Fee Application by Bart Schwartz
Exhibit 1 – First Quarterly Fee Application
Exhibit A – SFAR
Exhibit B – Total Fees and Fees per Person
Exhibit C – Invoices
Exhibit D – Certification of Alan Levine
05.24.17 Letter Submitting Receiver and Guidepost’s First Fee Application by Bart Schwartz
Exhibit 1 First Quarterly Fee Application
Exhibit A – SFAR
Exhibit B – Total Fees and Fees per Person
Exhibit C – Total Hours Worked
Exhibit D – Time Records
Exhibit E – Expenses
05.19.17 Status Letter to Court
05.17.17 Settlement Agreement – Platinum Partners and Black Elk
04.27.17 First Quarterly Report
04.18. 17 Letter in Further Response to Receiver Request
04.14.17 Letter Providing Additional Information to Aid the Court’s Consideration of the Receiver’s 03.23.2017 Letter
04.04.17 Letter in Further Response to Receiver Request
03.31.17 Letter for Chief Judge Dora L. Irizarry
03.30.17 Letter In Response to the Receiver’s Request to Expand the Scope of the Current Receivership
03.29.17 Letter in Response to Receiver Request
03.23.17 Letter on Behalf of the Receiver Respectfully Requesting that this Court Expand the Scope of the Current Recivership
03.23.17 Letter on Behalf of the Receiver Requesting the Court’s Approval to Retain and Pay Houlihan Lokey
03.22.17 Letter On Behalf of the Receiver Seeking the Court’s Permission to Retain PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
03.08.17 Order Authorizing Receiver to Provide DIP Financing for Northstar Offshore Group LLC.
03.08.17 Order on Consent Imposing Preliminary Injunction and Other Relief
03.03.17 Letter Requesting Entry of Proposed Order on Consent Imposing Preliminary Injunction
02.17.17 Letter in Response to the Receiver’s Request to Expend Funds
02.17.17 Letter Respectfully Requesting that this Court Issue an Order Authorizing the Receiver to Expend Funds
02.17.17 Exhibit: Proposed Order Authorizing Receiver to Provide DIP Financing for Northstar Offshore Group LLC.
02.16.17 Letter In Response to Orders of 02.14.2017 and 02.16.2017
01.31.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support of Motion for More Definite Statement Application for Order Approving the Retention of Cooley LLP
01.31.17 Motion for Definite Statement Application for Order Approving the Retention of Cooley LLP.
01.31.17 Affidavit/ Declaration In Support for Motion for Definite Statement
01.31.17 Motion for More Definite Statement
01.30.17 Letter advising the Court of Recent Developments in Advance of the Order to Show Cause Hearing
01.27.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support: Motion for Order to Show Cause filed by Bart Schwartz
01.26.17 Letter on behalf of the Receiver Bart Schwartz advising the Court of recent developments in advance of the Order to Show Cause hearing
01.24.17 Letter from Celia Goldwag Barenholtz on behalf of Bart Schwartz
01.24.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support: Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause Reply Declaration of Receiver Bart M. Schwartz
01.24.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support: Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause Declaration of Christopher D. Lindstrom
01.24.17 Reply in Support: Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause
01.19.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Opposition: Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause by Craig Smyser
01.19.17 Response in Opposition: Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause filed by Richard Schmidt
01.13.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support: Consent Motion for More Definite Statement Motion for an Order Lifting the Litigation Stay
01.12.17 Consent Motion for More Definite Statement Motion for an Order Lifting the Litigation Stay
01.09.17 Memorandum in Support: Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause
01.09.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support of Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause Declaration of Neal Jacobson
01.09.17 Affidavit / Declaration in Support of Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause
01.09.17 Joint Motion for Order to Show Cause by Bart Schwartz, United States Securities and Exchange Commission
12.19.16 Complaint
12.19.16 Notice
12.19.16 Order Appointing Receiver
12.19.16 Proposed Order to show cause, temp restraining order, order appointing receiver, and granting other relief
12.19.16 Proposed Order
12.19.16 SummonsJoint Motion for Order to Show Cause by Bart Schwartz, United States Securities and Exchange Commission
Criminal Filings

12.19.16 Minute Entry For Proceedings Held Before Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom – Arraignment as to Mark Nordlicht
12.19.16 Minute Entry For Proceedings Held Before Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom – Arraignment as to Joseph Sanfilippo
12.19.16 Minute Entry For Proceedings Held Before Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom – Arraignment as to Daniel Small
12.19.16 Minute Entry For Proceedings Held Before Chief Judge Dora Lizette Irizarry – Arraignment as to David Levy
12.19.16 Minute Entry For Proceedings Held Before Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom – Arraignment to Uri Landsman
12.19.16 Minute Entry for Proceedings Held Before Magistrate Judge Lois Bloom – Arraignment As To Joseph Mann
12.19.16 Order for Acceptance of Cash Bail
12.19.16 Arrest Warrant
12.14.16 Indictment

Court Filings On December 19, 2016, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York announced the indictments of seven individuals who were then or were previously associated with Platinum Partners.  The same day, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil complaint in the…platinumpartnersreceiver.com