Aramid, Screen Capital, David Molner Sued By Ronald Tutor, Library Asset Co.

By | Wednesday May 30, 2012 @ 8:34pm PDT

In yet another kink in the legal tangle involving former companies associated with financier David Bergstein, investor Ronald Tutor and Library Asset Acquisition Co. filed suit today in Los Angeles Superior Court against Aramid Entertainment, Screen Capital International Corp, Aramid Capital Partners Chairman David Molner and others. Tutor — one of a group of investors who bought Miramax from Disney in 2010 — contends that despite the complexity, the issue boils down to “a rather simple case of breach of contract, the contract being a written release agreement.” (You can read the colorfully worded lawsuit here.) Read More »

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David Bergstein Seeks Protective Custody Against Bankruptcy Trustee Scrutiny

By | Monday June 28, 2010 @ 1:00pm PDT
Mike Fleming

While film financier David Bergstein has been often maligned, he is much appreciated on a slow news day. Because he’s the story that keeps giving. Not long ago, Deadline told you that a bankruptcy judge appointed a trustee to seize temporary control of the assets steered by Bergstein, including the … Read More »

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David Bergstein/ThinkFilm Sued for Fraud


A lawsuit was filed today in Los Angeles Superior Court by Boston-based Allied Advertising Ltd alleging breach of contract, fraud and deceit, and unfair business practices against David Bergstein and his ThinkFilm movie distribution company. It … Read More »

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