Seventy two pages seems like a lot to hide. Read it here:
Does Noveshen wrongly accuse so many of defamation and injury to his reputation, or is Noveshen playing the classic blame game rather than looking in the mirror for his culprit?
We got an inquiry last week. Someone ran out of patience when google turned up no reasons why Eric Noveshen would only want to use mediation services with one mediator in particular. With Noveshen there seems to always be a questionable calculation behind his legal actions. Most cannot be discovered until long after a case is over. In this question, Noveshen wants to use a former judge, Laura Watson, out of all the mediators in Broward County for a family mediation. We’ve already covered the “Why” behind some of Noveshen’s choices for mediators in some of Noveshen’s other Broward cases on this blog.
This one we could not explain without asking around. There are legal professionals who have been on the short end of the stick with the Noveshen legal connect-the-dots game and will talk. Those in the know, knew Noveshen’s family law attorney Robert Moraitis is on a friendly enough basis with Watson to have submitted an affidavit in her favor in 2014 when she was under investigation by the Florida Bar. She was later dismissed as a judge and is now doing mediation. There are no tags of the attorney’s name on an online post, just her name is tagged; this would have been long labor to find without help. Do favors sway favors? Maybe in a confidential mediation? Or maybe friendships? (the case of American Express vs. Cheryl Wilson and Eric Noveshen? case08025623) Only time or those in the know will tell. Good luck to you.
New, old, documents being sent in everyday. This one putting Eric Noveshen right in the mix with the grand ole NIR Group / AJW Partners lawsuits, dealings in securities.
**We have been sent a few leads to the offshore dealings, currently investigating the validity before presenting that information.
For more information on the damage done to investors by the NIR Group click the photo below to link to Teri Buhl’s must read financial investigative journalism site.
More information about NIR…
Parody or commentary, you decide.
Sometimes “It is hard to resist the urge to engage in tit-for-tat” reporting of Eric Noveshen’s underhanded litigation techniques.
The irony, Noveshen writes in motion he filed in September of 2015 that it is hard for him to “resist the urge to engage in tit-for-tat litigation and seek sanctions…” Has this man ever counted how many motions for sanctions he has filed against opponents? Is he high when he writes this garbage. Has he seen how many meritless motions he files going “tit for tat?” Does he realize he just filed a complaint that is 400 pages long? Or that he was admonished by a federal judge for his relentless attempts and numerous motions trying to depose a billionaire?
Take a look at some of his dockets judge for yourselves, a handful of non-current cases are linked below.
This site is intended for the sole purpose of providing due diligence on investment advisor Eric Noveshen. To provide background and education to potential clients. All of the content comes from relevant PUBLIC SOURCES – gathered in one place so people can decide for themselves if they feel comfortable with this individual handling their money.
These are his standard steps. Check the docket where Noveshen is litigating against a credit card company. Dockets don’t lie.
While Eric Noveshen is in pursuit of Does its good to know that InvestorsHUB.com defends the right to speak openly truthfully and anonymously online.
Many seasoned members have posted praise for Investor Hub’s commitment to protecting the identity of its speakers.
Without anonymity the site certainly would not have so many active members. That’s not to say Ihub allows people to come on its site and break the law. They don’t, but Eric Noveshen can’t expect to go on the site and trash talk people like Daniel Jacobs, Ella Licht and Scott Webber then expect no one will throw a curve ball back describing Noveshen’s own actions in the micro cap world.
The following is from SECURITIESLAWYER101.com, an informative piece about Investor Hubs commitment to protect the identity of its users.
A few of Noveshen’s unsavory posts about Florida Micro and it’s CEO Daniel Jacobs.
Federal and State laws offer the Noveshen and his John Does the same protections to write opinions and or negative things as long as they are true or based on truth