No. 89 CV 3516.

742 F.Supp. 1199 (1990)

David MORROW and James Whalen, Plaintiffs, v. Bruce BLACK, Michael Revien, Paul Cohen, Shep Messing, Jerome Ellenbogen, Roger Curylo, Jeffrey Berg, Matthias & Berg, a California Partnership, and John Does 1 through 10.

United States District Court, E.D. New York.

July 3, 1990.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Steven Kimelman, P.C., New York City (James Alexander Burke, of counsel), for David Morrow and James Whalen.

Schneck & Weltman, New York City (Edward Weltman and Warren Nitti, of counsel), for Bruce Black.

Stephen L. Plutzer, Garden City, for Michael Revien.

D'Amato & Lynch, New York City (Robert Kushner and Samuel B. Young, of counsel), for Paul Cohen.

Glynn, Mercep & Persons, Stonybrook (Timothy B. Glynn, of counsel), for Jerome Ellenbogen.

Vincenti & Schickler, New York City (John McEntee, of counsel), for Roger Curylo.

Matthias & Berg, Los Angeles, Cal. (Kenneth M.H. Hoff, of counsel), and Liebowitz, Peterson & Poulson, New York City (Robert Poulson, of counsel), for Jeffrey Berg and Matthias & Berg.


PLATT, Chief Judge.

Defendants Revien, Cohen, Ellenbogen, Curylo, Berg, and Matthias & Berg move pursuant to Federal Rules 12(b)(6) and 9(b) of Civil Procedure to dismiss plaintiffs' complaint.

Plaintiff's complaint asserts ten claims against all defendants1: (i) civil conspiracy to defraud, (ii) violation of Section 1962(c) of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, ("RICO"),...

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