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Howard Kaplan claims he cannot be negligent regarding Zeek RewardsIn June Zeek Rewards receiver Ken Bell sued Howard Kaplan (the tax attorney who advised Zeek Rewards at a widely publicized event) and MLM lawyer Kevin Grimes for legal malpractice. Kevin Grimes have been since ousted from what used to "Grimes and Reese PLLC", and the company renamed "R & R Law" with a new partner in his place. We learned, on in late July / Early August 2013, Howard Kaplan's attorney(s) has denied any responsibility and wants to case to be dismissed, not because they're not guilty, but because they argue that a guilty party (i.e. Zeek) cannot sue its consultants/lawyers for malpractice because of "in pari delicto", a legal term that roughly means "both are equally at fault". Zeek Receiver Ken Bell have since fired back a reply to the court that Kaplan's reasoning is flawed, and urge the case to continue.
See BehindMLM article: http://behindmlm.com/companies/zeek-rewards/howard-kaplan-gave-bad-legal-advice-to-850m-ponzi/#more-19145
Which contains links to the actual court documents, courtesy of ASDUpdates.