Court Holds Audit Reports Are Timely, Admissible, And Conclusive of Damages
Erinn Waldner recently contributed to the website www.payrollauditing.com with the article "Gesualdi v. Juda: Court Holds Audit Reports Are Timely, Admissible, And Conclusive of Damages." In the article, she discusses the auditing aspects of the decision of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in Gesualdi v. Juda Constr., Ltd., et al.,10 Civ. 1799 (RMB), 2011 WL 5075438 (S.D.N.Y. Oct. 25, 2011), in which Judge Richard M. Berman ordered six alter ego companies to pay Plaintiffs, the trustees and fiduciaries of multiemployer employee benefit plans, nearly $12 million in unpaid contributions and statutorily-mandated remedies pursuant to ERISA Section 502(g)(2). Friedman & Wolf represented the plaintiff trustees in this matter.
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