Wireless Toyz Franchising Fraud Jury Trial Starts January 6th

The Federal Court in Houston Texas has just posted the case of GRS vs Wireless Toyz Franchising et al as number one for jury trial. We will pick the jury on January 6th.

This case has been pending a while, as it was once dismissed and then reinstated by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Lead counsel for Plaintiff is Richard A Solomon.

All interested franchisees and plaintiffs in other Wireless Toyz cases may find this trial enlightening and helpful.

All other Wireless Toyz franchisees who believe they may have something relevant to say are invited to contact Mr. Solomon about that.

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Richard Simtob of Wireless Toyz will be on the stand

under cross examination. Any Wireless Toyz franchisees who are skeptical of what they were told when they bought their franchises might enjoy attending. Who knows? What Simtob says may jog your own memory about this, that or the other thing.

Simtob is also a personal defendant, no matter what your Wireless Toyz UFOC may have told you/not told you about that.

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Richard Solomon, FranchiseRemedies.com,  has over 45 years experience with franchise litigation and crisis management. He is a graduate of The Citadel and The University of Michigan Law School

Simtob

What will be particularly interesting is how Wireless Toyz and Simtob will defend their earnings claim, especially since most franchisees I've spoken with feel it was false and misleading.

You go Richard!

Kick their arse!

No win this time around

Sadly, Richard didn't end up kicking their arse. Richard and his franchisee client ended up losing the lawsuit.

Read Solomon's post, The Wireless Toyz Case Has Ended Badly for the Franchisee

No win this time around

Sadly, Richard didn't end up kicking their arse. Richard and his franchisee client ended up losing the lawsuit.

Read Solomon's post, The Wireless Toyz Case Has Ended Badly for the Franchisee

Trial Update

January 8, 2009 - The case between GRS as plaintiff and Wireless Toyz/Richard Simtob as defendants was dismissed in the 4th day of trial in front of the honorable Federal judge Kenneth Hoyt. Following a heated exchange between the judge and GRS lawyer in which the judge said repeatedly that there was no evidence of any material mis-representations and that NO damages were suffered from any wrong doing by Wireless Toyz/Richard Simtob. Shortly there after GRS approached Wireless Toyz to dismiss the case. Wireless Toyz agreed to dismiss the case with Prejudice which means this case is over and GRS did not succeed in trying to recover any damages.

Re: Wireless Toyz Franchising Fraud Jury Trial Starts January 6t

Sounds like an interesting fraud case, there is always something to learn from watching these trials and as a consumer fraud lawyer I have all the interest keep my eyes on them.