GAA denies allegations of wrongdoing
Jan 14, 2014 | 03:39 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Georgian American Alloys Inc. (GAA) has been petitioned in a lawsuit that alleges the ferroalloy company was linked to self-dealing transactions and illegally diverted assets and profits.
Victor Mikhaylovich Pinchuk and several associated companies have filed an application for discovery in U.S. District Court in Florida seeking financial and other information from GAA and its subsidiariesFelman Production LLC, Felman Trading Inc. and CC Metals & Alloys LLCas well as GAA chief executive officer Mordechai Korf.....
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