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27-Dec-2017 12:26

The arrangement comes as competing co-working spaces sprout up around uptown.

Roselli said selling part of the property was a smart business move that allowed the couple to monetize some of their investment.

By 2007, Redf had 30 full-time employees, with sales of more than million and clients that included Wachovia, Verizon and R. According to the complaint, Dan Roselli, a top Bridgetree employee and others “entered into a conspiracy to raid certain of Bridgetree’s key personnel, confidential information and trade secrets” to allow Redf and another firm to “unlawfully and improperly” compete with Bridgetree.

The defendants disputed the claims, but after a 2012 trial the jury returned a .2 million judgment against Redf, Dan Roselli, the former Bridgetree employee and two other defendants, according to court documents.

Two months after the judgment, Redf filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

It’s not clear how much of the judgment Bridgetree has received, but a 2014 court filing detailed at least

The arrangement comes as competing co-working spaces sprout up around uptown.Roselli said selling part of the property was a smart business move that allowed the couple to monetize some of their investment.

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The arrangement comes as competing co-working spaces sprout up around uptown.

Roselli said selling part of the property was a smart business move that allowed the couple to monetize some of their investment.

By 2007, Redf had 30 full-time employees, with sales of more than $8 million and clients that included Wachovia, Verizon and R. According to the complaint, Dan Roselli, a top Bridgetree employee and others “entered into a conspiracy to raid certain of Bridgetree’s key personnel, confidential information and trade secrets” to allow Redf and another firm to “unlawfully and improperly” compete with Bridgetree.

The defendants disputed the claims, but after a 2012 trial the jury returned a $4.2 million judgment against Redf, Dan Roselli, the former Bridgetree employee and two other defendants, according to court documents.

Two months after the judgment, Redf filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

It’s not clear how much of the judgment Bridgetree has received, but a 2014 court filing detailed at least $1.25 million in payments from the Rosellis.

Days later, Catherine revealed Andrew to her husband Pete, who was flabbergasted at his survival. He later had a drink with Josie and revealed to her that he has long since forgiven her for his attempted murder, putting all blame on Eckhardt, who he implored her to visit. In the following days, Catherine told Andrew about a box left by Eckhardt's assistant, Jones, which appeared to be a sort of puzzle box with an astrological code on it.

Catherine and Andrew explained the latter's survival, as his death was faked due to them foreseeing Eckhardt's plan to murder him. He informed her that her investors for the Ghostwood Development Project were on board and he pointed to constellations on the box, putting in a sort of combination, revealing a smaller box, which he busted open with a rolling pin. Andrew and Pete attempted to open the final box the next day but were unsuccessful until Packard angrily shot it with a revolver.

.25 million in payments from the Rosellis.

Days later, Catherine revealed Andrew to her husband Pete, who was flabbergasted at his survival. He later had a drink with Josie and revealed to her that he has long since forgiven her for his attempted murder, putting all blame on Eckhardt, who he implored her to visit. In the following days, Catherine told Andrew about a box left by Eckhardt's assistant, Jones, which appeared to be a sort of puzzle box with an astrological code on it.

Catherine and Andrew explained the latter's survival, as his death was faked due to them foreseeing Eckhardt's plan to murder him. He informed her that her investors for the Ghostwood Development Project were on board and he pointed to constellations on the box, putting in a sort of combination, revealing a smaller box, which he busted open with a rolling pin. Andrew and Pete attempted to open the final box the next day but were unsuccessful until Packard angrily shot it with a revolver.

In an interview, Dan Roselli declined to comment on pending litigation but said Packard Place “has millions of dollars of positive equity in the building and continues to be a strong business model.” He added: “Current litigation, no matter the outcome, does not jeopardize the company.” The bankruptcy court suits don’t name the Rosellis or Packard Place as defendants, but have led to claims filed against them.In only his early 30s, Roselli was a top executive at one of the nation’s biggest banks.But in 2003 he jumped to a fast-growing marketing company called Redf, launching his career as an entrepreneur.In March 1989, after listening on a conversation between his sister Catherine and Josie about his apparent death.

Andrew entered Catherine's office and commented that everything is going exactly as planned, and a trap had been set for Eckhardt.

The documents show how two pioneers of Charlotte’s entrepreneurial scene have faced challenges in their own ventures.