Thank you for supporting First Amendment Rights! This site has become a source of news and information for thousands of readers in over 74 countries.

THE WORST BUSINESS CEOS IN AMERICA

Mired in financial and legal trouble, Talos Partners CEO, Robert V. Brazell tops our list

NEWS TO HELP INVESTORS AVOID TAKING A BEATING

 

"FUTURIST" ROBERT BRAZELL SEES WHAT'S COMING AND NON-SUITS CLAIMS TO AVOID DEPOSITION IN TEXAS

Just 24-hours before being deposed, Rob Brazell drops all counter claims against Plaintiff's in Texas lawsuits. Losses for Mr. Brazell continue to mount.

 

For those of you following the lawsuits against Robert Brazell and other defendants including former Wisconsin senator Bob Kasten and Utah resident Von H. Whitby, it will come as no surprise that the night before he was to be deposed that he non-suited his counterclaims against plaintiffs in Texas and stayed home.

 

Non-suiting means "the stoppage of the suit on the grounds of failure to make a legal case or bring sufficient evidence, or termination without an actual determination of the controversy on the merits."

 

In the Utah Securities Fraud Lawsuit, Robert Brazell failed to voluntarily non-suit his claims, consequently the judge dismissed Robert Brazell's counterclaims against over 40 plaintiffs and sanctioned Mr. Brazell and his attorney Mr. Craig Jacobsen for filing a lawsuit without sufficient evidence.

 

To our knowledge, there are currently no less than five separate lawsuits against Robert Brazell in Texas and Utah including;

 

  1. Dallas Business Fraud and Securities Violations Lawsuit
  2. Business Disparagement Lawsuit
  3. Utah Securities Fraud Robann Investment Group Lawsuit
  4. IBN Investor Fraudulent Inducement Lawsuit
  5. Failure to Pay Lease Lawsuit (Posting soon)

 

Rob Brazell's counterclaims can be found in their entirety at left along with the Order of Non-Suit and Notice of Non-Suit. Below are just a few of Mr. Brazell's counterclaims that he dropped before his deposition.

 

  • "(Plaintiffs)…persist in making outrageous claims of self-dealing and other misconduct by Mr. Brazell."
  •  "…the (plaintiffs) have been overpaid by hundreds of thousands of dollars and are not entitled to another penny."
  • (Despite an affidavit to the contrary that this website (WorstCEOs.com) has not been a collaboration with any other party), Rob Brazell counterclaimed that the Texas plaintiffs "set up a website on which they routinely post false and defamatory material that has caused (Robert Brazell) untold millions in business."
  • And, that the plaintiffs "…do this to extort undeserved monetary payments from Mr. Brazell and to humiliate Mr. Brazell publicly..."
  • And, "…all in violation of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) that prohibits the (plaintiffs) from publicizing information about Mr. Brazell's personal finances..."
  • Counter claims continued, "Those same business ventures—and detailed information about Mr. Brazell's personal finances—are now available for all the world to see on an incendiary website created by, at the direction of, or with the support and disclosure of information by the (plaintiffs)."

 

Again, Robert Brazell non-suited (see definition above) all of his counterclaims against plaintiffs in Texas just 24 hours before he was to be deposed on the same.

Forbes says a CEO should above all protect investor share value

Robert V. Brazell tops our list of small business CEOs that fails time and again to provide returns, while living high off investor's money. Now mired in legal and financial trouble, the truth about Rob Brazell is finally reaching the market where potential investors can make better and more informed decisions before putting their money at risk.

COPYRIGHT 2014 WORST CEOS.COM ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ALL INFORMATION IS THE EXPRESS OPINION OF WORST CEOS.COM UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.