Why don’t you go ahead and make a federal case of it, said one thousand husbands to one thousand wives, and then one of them went and did. On July 9, a Scarsdale resident named Elizabeth Bingham-Perry filed a civil RICO action in the U.S. Southern District’s White Plains courthouse.
Her husband, Jeffrey, an executive Read More
a woman scorned
How angry an ex would you have to be to file racketeering charges against your spouse?
That’s a question Elizabeth Bingham-Perry could answer. The Scarsdale resident filed a civil RICO action against her husband Jeffrey Perry in the U.S. Southern District’s Westchester courthouse last week.
Mr. Perry, it so happens, is an executive at Third Read More
Don’t trust the iconic hedge fund manager Steven A. Cohen when he seems “distraught,” his ex-wife Patricia advises in her latest lawsuit against no. 113 on this year’s Forbes billionaires list.
The suit, made public yesterday, is Ms. Cohen’s third attempt in the last year to sue Mr. Cohen — from whom she separated Read More
In the last seven days, the deluge of new Wall Street scandals has been constant, fascinating and incredibly confusing. Helpfully, one tie that binds is that nearly every major accusation has been accompanied by denials from the accused, but beyond that things can get confusing. What’s the Read More
“Way to go!” That was how the writer and critic Lee Siegel greeted the news that, come September, The New York Times will be dissolving its Saturday Arts & Ideas section and incorporating “ideas” stories into the rest of the paper.
Mr. Siegel is not alone in feeling vindicated by the section’s imminent demise. Since Read More